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" Into every process of reasoning, language enters as an essential element. Words are the instruments by which we form all our abstractions, by which we fashion and embody our ideas, and by which we are enabled to glide along a series of premises and conclusions... "
Thesaurus of English Words: So Classified and Arranged as to Facilitate the ... - Page 14
by Peter Mark Roget - 1854 - 468 pages
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The British Controversialist and Impartial Inquirer

Religion - 1852
...we form all our abstractions, by which we fashion and embody our ideas, and by which we arc enable*! to glide along a series of premises and conclusions...to this potent auxiliary of the reasoning faculty." I The general rule for concise composition is, Avoid the use of superfluous words and phrases; be content...
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Thesaurus of English words and phrases, classified and arranged so as to ...

Peter Mark Roget - 1858
...element. Words are the instruments by which we form all our abstractions, by which we fashion and embody our ideas, and by which we are enabled to glide along...premises and conclusions with a rapidity so great as ta leave in the memory no trace of the successive steps of the process ; and we remain unconscious...
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Thesaurus of English Words and Phrases: So Classified and Arranged as to ...

Peter Mark Roget - English language - 1864 - 498 pages
...every process of reasoning, language enters as an essential element. Words are the instrumi !, - by which we form all our abstractions, by which we...to leave in the memory no trace of the successive step* of the process ; and we remain unconscious how much we owe to this potent auxiliary of the reasoning...
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Thesaurus of English Words and Phrases: Classified and Arranged So as to ...

Peter Mark Roget, John Lewis Roget - English language - 1881 - 700 pages
...element. Words are the instruments by which we form all our abstractions, by which we fashion and embody our ideas, and by which we are enabled to glide along...conclusions with a rapidity so great as to leave in the nii'inory no trace of the successive steps of the process ; and wn remain unconscious how much we owe...
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Thesaurus of English Words and Phrases: Classified and Arranged So as to ...

Peter Mark Roget - English language - 1882 - 700 pages
...element. "Words are the instruments by which we form all our abstractions, by which we fashion nnd embody our ideas, and by which we are enabled to glide along...trace of the successive steps of the process ; and WB remain unconscious how much we owe to this potent auxiliary of the reasoning faculty. It is on this...
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Thesaurus of English words and phrases

Peter Mark Roget - 1883
...element. Words are the instruments by which we form all our abstractions, by which we fashion and embody our ideas, and by which we are enabled to glide along...series of premises and conclusions with a rapidity во great as to leave in the memory no trace of the successive steps of the process ; and we remain...
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A Dictionary of Practical Apiculture: Giving the Correct Meaning of Nearly ...

John Phin - Bee culture - 1884 - 80 pages
...instruments by which we form all Viii INTRODUCTION. our abstractions, by which we fashion and embody our ideas, and by which we are enabled to glide along...to this potent auxiliary of the reasoning faculty." Roget. It is obvious, however, that if language is to serve us in any such capacity as this, its...
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The New Thesaurus of English Words and Phrases Classified and Arranged So as ...

Peter Mark Roget - English language - 1911 - 652 pages
...element. Words are the instruments by which we form all our abstractions, by which we fashion and embody our ideas, and by which we are enabled to glide along...to leave in the memory no trace of the successive s+ep? of the process; and we remain unconscious how much we owe to this potent auxiliary of the reasoning...
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Roget's Thesaurus of English words & phrases: classified & arr. so as to ...

Peter Mark Roget - 1911 - 653 pages
...element. Words are the instruments by which we form all our abstractions, by which we fashion and embody our ideas, and by which we are enabled to glide along...to leave in the memory no trace of the successive step? of the process; and we remain unconcious how much we owe to this potent auxiliary of the reasoning...
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Society Of Mind

Marvin Minsky - Psychology - 1988 - 339 pages
.... . Words are the instrument by which we form all our abstractions, by which we fashion and embody our ideas, and by which we are enabled to glide along...conclusions with a rapidity so great as to leave in memory no trace of the successive steps of this process; and we remain unconscious of how much we owe...
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