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Scottish Philosophy in Its National Development - Page 135
by Henry Laurie - 1902 - 344 pages
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volume 52

1831
..., . .. .„. . „ ..,-.,: i . The third. — Speaking of the perception of the external world — We have here a remarkable conflict between two contradictory...every man, without exception, who reflects. IN THiS DiviStON, TO MY GREAT HUMtLtATtON, t FiND MYSELF CLASSED WiTH THE vULGAR.' (P. 207.) . . .. .11. 'i...•...
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Essays on the powers of the human mind [orig. publ. as Essays on the ...

Thomas Reid - 1827
...primary instincts of nature, and to embrace a new system with regard to the evidence of our senses." We have here a remarkable conflict between two contradictory...other side, stand all the philosophers ancient and modem ; every man without exception who reflects. In this division, to my great humiliation, I find...
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the edinburgh review or critical journal

The Edinburgh Review,or Chritical Journal:for October,1830....January,1831 VOL.LII - 1831
...(P. 589. See also pp. 118, 138.) The third. — Speaking of the perception of the external world— ' We have here a remarkable conflict between two contradictory...all the vulgar, who are unpractised in philosophical re' searches, and guided by the uncorrupted primary instincts of ' nature. On the other side, stand...
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Selections from the Edinburgh Review: Comprising the Best Articles in that ...

Maurice Cross - 1835
...—P. 589. See also pp. 118. 138. The third. — Speaking of the perception of the external world — " We have here a remarkable conflict between two contradictory...humiliation, I find myself classed with the vulgar. —P. 207. Various other proofs of the same conclusion could be adduced ; these for brevity we omit....
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Selections from the Edinburgh Review: Comprising the Best ..., Volumes 3-4

Maurice Cross - 1835
...stand all the vulgar, who are unpractised in philosophical researches, and guided by the uncorrupled primary instincts of nature. On the other side, stand...humiliation, I find myself classed with the vulgar. —P. 207. Various other proofs of the same conclusion could be adduced ; these for brevity we omit....
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Selections from the Edinburgh Review: Comprising the Best ..., Volumes 3-4

Maurice Cross - 1835
...P. 589. Seealsopp. 118. 138. The third. — Speaking of the perception of the external world — " E)9+ Fb ȹc s. E a y ` f mt lQZ &...bs 螿( k i y% m 9 E _ ` } n < [Xoj = U uncorrupled primary instincts of nature. On the other side, stand all the philosophers, ancient and...
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The works of Thomas Reid, with selections from his unpublished letters ...

Thomas Reid - 1846
...primary instincts of nature, and to embrace a new system with regard to the evidence of our senses." We have here a remarkable conflict between two contradictory opinions, wherein all mankind arc engaged. On the one side stand all the vulgar, who are unpractised in philosophical reseaches,...
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Essays on the Intellectual Powers of Man

Thomas Reid - Intellect - 1850 - 462 pages
...primary instincts of nature, and to embrace a new system with regard to the evidence of our senses." We have here a remarkable conflict between two contradictory...the philosophers, ancient and modern, — every man wilhout exception who reflects. In this division, to my great humiliation, 1 find myself classed with...
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Essays on the Intellectual Powers of Man

Thomas Reid - Intellect - 1850 - 462 pages
...primary instincts of nature, and to embrace a new system with regard to the evidence of our senses." We have here a remarkable conflict between two contradictory opinions, wherein all mankind are engaged. * It is self-evident, that, if n thing is to be an object immediately known, it must be known as it...
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Discussions on Philosophy and Literature, Education and University Reform ...

Sir William Hamilton - Education - 1852 - 758 pages
...589. See also pp. 118, 138.) The third. — Speaking of the perception of the external world — ' We have here a remarkable conflict between two contradictory...instincts of ' nature. On the other side, stand all the philosojihers, ancient ' and modern ; every man, without exception, wlio reflects. IN THIS 1 DIVISION,...
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