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" After seeing what a number arc infatuated with the follies of judicial astrology, and that even grave persons treat this subject seriously, we need not be surprised at anything more. "
The Port-Royal Logic - Page 3
by Antoine Arnauld, Pierre Nicole - 1861 - 430 pages
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Homoeopathic Record

Homeopathy - 1855
...special encouragement : ' No absurdities,' it has long ago been observed by Arnaud, ' are too groundless to find supporters. Whoever determines to deceive...enough to be deceived : and the most absurd follies will find minds to which they are adapted.' " Southey, too, has truly said, ' Man is a dupeable animal,...
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Homoeopathy: Its Tenets and Tendencies, Theoretical, Theological, and ...

Sir James Young Simpson - Homeopathy - 1853 - 292 pages
...computation and conception. " There are, however (long ago observed Arnaud), 3 no absurdities too groundless to find supporters. Whoever determines to deceive...follies always find minds to which they are adapted." 1 See Dr Wood's " Homoeopathy Unmasked," p. 107. 2 Sequel, p. 16. Dr Wood makes the following calculations,...
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Homťopathy, its tenets and tendencies

Sir James Young Simpson - 1853 - 292 pages
...computation and conception. " There are, however (long ago observed Arnaud),3 no absurdities too groundless to find supporters. Whoever determines to deceive...follies always find minds to which they are adapted." 1 See Dr Wood's " Homoeopathy Unmasked," p. 107. 3 Sequel, p. 16. Dr Wood makes the following calculations,...
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Homťopathy and hydropathy impartially appreciated

Edwin Lee - 1859
...any effect at all. ' There are, however,' long ago observed Arnaud, ' no absurdities too groundless to find supporters. Whoever determines to deceive...follies always find minds to which they are adapted.' "f * " Homoeopathy, its Tenets and Tendencies." f A single grain at even the fourth or fifth dilution...
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Memoir of Sir James Y. Simpson, Bart. ...

John Duns - Physicians - 1873 - 544 pages
...practice. True, all were not convinced. " There are," observes Arnaud, " no absurdities too groundless to find supporters. Whoever determines to deceive...follies always find minds to which they are adapted." FROM DR. CARPENTER. " Many thanks for your homoeopathic settler, which I received a few days ago. As...
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Public Lectures Delivered in the Chapel of the University of the State of ...

Lectures and lecturing - 1879 - 504 pages
...supporters. Whoever determines to deceive the world, may be sure of finding people who are will1ng enough to be deceived, and the most absurd follies...seriously, we need not be surprised at anything more. * * * We find others, on the contrary, who, having light enough to know that there are a number of...
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Public Lectures Delivered in the Chapel ...

University of Missouri - 1879
...Port Royal Logic placed the following estimate on this system: There are no absurdities too groundless to find supporters. Whoever determines to deceive the world, may be sure of finding people who are wilhng enough to be deceived, and the most absurd follies always find minds to which they arc adapted....
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Public Lectures Delivered in the Chapel of the University of the ..., Volume 1

Lectures and lecturing - 1879 - 504 pages
...Port Royal Logic placed the following estimate on this system: There are no absurdities too groundless to find supporters. Whoever determines to deceive the world, may be sure of finding people who are willmg enough to be deceived, and the most absurd follies always find minds to which they are adapted....
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Metaphysics: A Lecture

Samuel Spahr Laws - Metaphysics - 1879 - 417 pages
...the following estimate on this system: There are no absurdities too groundless to find supporter*. Whoever determines to deceive the world, may be sure of finding people who are wilhng enough to be deceived, and the most absurd follies always find minds to which they are adapted....
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Public Lectures Delivered in the Chapel of the University of the State of ...

Lectures and lecturing - 1879 - 504 pages
...Royal Losjic placed the following estimate on this system: There arc no absurdities too groundless to find supporters. Whoever determines to deceive the world, may be sure of f1nding people who are wilhng enough to be deceived, and the most absurd follies always find minds...
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