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" This is the source of Pyrrhonism (or scepticism) another extravagance of the human mind. * * * True reason places all things in the rank which belongs to them ; it questions those which are doubtful, rejects those which are false, and acknowledges in... "
The Port-Royal Logic - Page 5
by Antoine Arnauld, Pierre Nicole - 1861 - 430 pages
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Public Lectures Delivered in the Chapel of the University of the State of ...

Lectures and lecturing - 1879 - 504 pages
...all things in the rank which belongs to them ; it questions those which are doubtful, rejects those which are false, and acknowledges in good faith, those...earth, the moon, or that the whole was greater than the parts. We may indeed easily say outwardly with the lips that we doubt of all these things, because...
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Metaphysics: A Lecture

Samuel Spahr Laws - Metaphysics - 1879 - 417 pages
...in the rank which belongs to them; it questions those which are doubtful,. rejects those which arc false, and acknowledges in good faith, those which...earth, the moon, or that the whole was greater than the parts. We may indeed easily say outwardly with the lips that we doubt of all these things, because...
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Public Lectures Delivered in the Chapel ...

University of Missouri - 1879
...all things in the rank which belongs to them ; it questions those which are doubtful, rejects those which are false, and acknowledges in good faith, those...which are evident, without being embarrassed by the vainreasons of the Pyrrhonists, which never could, even in the minds of those who proposed them, destroy...
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Public Lectures Delivered in the Chapel of the University of the State of ...

Lectures and lecturing - 1879 - 504 pages
...all things in the rank which belongs to them; it questions those which are doubtful, rejects those' which are false, and acknowledges in good faith, those which are evident, without being embarrassed bv the vain reasons of the Pyrrhonists, which never could, even in the minds of those who proposed...
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