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" ... sovereign wisdom of God by the pettiness of their own mind. Thus, since God can reveal everything to minds simply by willing that they see what is in their midst, ie, what in Him is related to and represents these things, there is no likelihood that... "
An essay towards the theory of the ideal or intelligible world. Design'd for ... - Page 447
by John Norris - 1704
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Philosophical Selections: From The Search After Truth, Translated by Thomas ...

Nicolas Malebranche - Philosophy - 1992 - 281 pages
...represents these things, there is no likelihood that He does otherwise, or that He does so by producing as many infinities of infinite numbers of ideas as there are created minds. But it should be carefully noted that we cannot conclude from their seeing all things in God in this...
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Berkeley's Principles and Dialogues: Background Source Materials

George Berkeley - Philosophy - 2000 - 300 pages
...represents these things, there is no likelihood that He does otherwise, or that He does so by producing as many infinities of infinite numbers of ideas as there are created minds.. . . The second reason for thinking that we see beings because God wills that what in Him representing them...
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Readings in Modern Philosophy, Vol. 1: Descartes, Spinoza, Leibniz and ...

Roger Ariew, Eric Watkins - Philosophy - 2000 - 328 pages
...represents these things, there is no likelihood that he does it otherwise and that he produces for this as many infinities of infinite numbers of ideas as there are created minds. But it should be carefully noted that we cannot conclude that minds see the essence of God from the...
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