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Principles of Logic - Page 404
by George Hayward Joyce - 1916 - 431 pages
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The study of chemical composition: An account of its method and historical ...

Ida Freund - Science - 1904 - 650 pages
...deductions which is not perfectly manifest." " I have adopted the following order : first, I have essayed to find in general the principles, or first causes of all that is or can be in the world... without educing them from any other source than from certain germs of truth naturally existing in our minds....
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The Study of Chemical Composition: An Account of Its Method and Historical ...

Ida Freund - Chemical structure - 1904 - 650 pages
...essayed to find in general the principles, or first causes of all that is or can be in the world... without educing them from any other source than from certain germs of truth naturally existing in our minds. In the second place, I examined what were the first and most...
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French and English Philosophers: Descartes, Rousseau, Voltaire, Hobbes

Philosophers-Englsih - 1910 - 434 pages
...be highly difficult to detect. But in this I have adopted the following order: first, I have essayed to find in general the principles, or first causes...without taking into consideration for this end anything bnt God himself who has created it, and without educing them from any other source than from certain...
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The Harvard Classics, Volume 34

Charles William Eliot - Literature - 1910
...be highly difficult to detect. But in this I have adopted the following order: first, I have essayed to find in general the principles, or first causes...world, without taking into consideration for this end 52 DESCARTES anything but God himself who has created it, and without educing them from any other source...
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French and English Philosophers: Descartes, Rousseau, Voltaire, Hobbes

Philosophers-Englsih - 1910 - 434 pages
...highly difficult to detect. But in this I have adopted the following order : first, I have essayed to find in general the principles, or first causes of all that is or can be hi the world, without taking into consideration for this end anything but God himself who has created...
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Death and the Disinterested Spectator: An Inquiry into the Nature of Philosophy

Ann Hartle - Philosophy - 1986 - 262 pages
...summary of his unpublished treatise. "But the order that I have held to is this: Firstly, I have tried to find in general the principles or first causes of all that is or that can be in the world, without considering anything for this effect, but God alone who created it,...
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Responsible Technology: A Christian Perspective

Stephen V. Monsma, Calvin Center for Christian Scholarship - Religion - 1986 - 252 pages
...method took a more mathematical and mechanical turn than did Bacon's, the goal was the same: to discover "the principles, or first causes of all that is or can be in the world,"15 and, having done so, to construct and recast nature in a technical way. The construction...
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Philosophy History Sophistry

Dennis A. Rohatyn - Philosophy - 1997 - 230 pages
...appearing to make short work of them. Once his four rules are in place (AT 6:18-19; DM 10), he can deduce "the principles or first causes of all that is or can be in the world'' with "sufficient ease" (AT 6:64; DM 34). Yet he never does so, nor are his rules anything but a recipe...
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Discourse on Method (Third Edition)

René Descartes, Donald A. Cress - Philosophy - 1998 - 58 pages
...difficult to notice them. But the order I have held to has been the following. 64 First, I have tried to find in general the principles or first causes of all that is or can be in the world, without considering anything but God alone, who created the world, and without deriving these principles from...
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Discourse on Method, Optics, Geometry, and Meteorology

René Descartes - Philosophy - 2001 - 388 pages
...them. But the order to which I held in this has been as follows. First, I tried to discover the general principles, or first causes, of all that is or can be in the world, without for this purpose considering anything but God alone, its Creator, and without deriving these principles...
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