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" The will, and the affections of the soul, are not two faculties; the affections are not essentially distinct from the will, nor do they differ from the mere actings of the will, and inclination of the soul, but only in the liveliness and sensibleness... "
A review of Edwards's Inquiry into the freedom of the will: containing, I ... - Page 19
by Henry Philip Tappan - 1839 - 300 pages
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The works of President Edwards ...

Jonathan Edwards - Congregational churches - 1808
...they are these more vigorous and sensible exercises ci• this faculty that are called the affections. The will, and the affections of the soul, are not...they differ from the mere actings of the will, and jn» clination of the soul, but only in the liveliness and sensibleness of exercise. It must be confessed,...
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The Works of President Edwards ..., Volume 4

Jonathan Edwards, Samuel Austin - Congregational churches - 1808
...vigorous and sensible exercises of this faculty that are called the affections. The will, and tjie affections of th,e soul, are not two faculties ; the...affections are not essentially distinct from the will, tior do they differ from the mere actings of the will, and inclination of the soul, but only in the...
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A treatise concerning religious affections

Jonathan Edwards - 1812
...of this faculty, that are called the affectiont. The will, and the affections of the soul, are hot two faculties ; the affections are not essentially...they differ from the mere actings of the will,. and inclinations of the soul, but only in the liveliness and sensibleness of exercise. It must be confessed,...
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The works of President Edwards, Volume 4

Jonathan Edwards - Congregational churches - 1817
...exercises of this faculty, which are called the affections. The will, and the affections of the suul, are not two faculties ; the affections are not essentially...from the mere actings of the will and inclination, but only in the liveliness and sensibility of exercise. — It must be confessed, that language is...
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An Essay on Moral Freedom : to which is Attached, a Review of the Principles ...

Thomas Tully Crybbace - Free will and determinism - 1829 - 311 pages
...the will : and the mind, with regard to the exercises of this faculty, is often called the heart. " The will, and the affections of the soul, are not...only in the liveliness and sensibleness of exercise. " It must be confessed, that language is here somewhat imperfect, and the meaning of words in a considerable...
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The Works of President Edwards ...

Jonathan Edwards - Religion - 1829
...they are these more vigorous and sensible exercises of this faculty, which arc called the affections. The will, and the affections of the soul, are not...from the mere actings of the will and inclination, but only in the liveliness and sensibility of exercise.—It must be confessed, that language is here...
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The Quarterly Christian Spectator

Theology - 1829
...doctrine for which Dr. Taylor contends, as the basis of his whole system. " The aflections," he says, " are not essentially distinct from the will, nor do...the mere actings of the will and inclination of the son), but only in the liveliness and sensibleness of exercise."f In defining the nature of the will,...
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The Works of President Edwards: With a Memoir of His Life ...

Jonathan Edwards, David Brainerd - Congregational churches - 1830
...they are these more vigorous and sensible exercises of this faculty, which are called the affections. The will, and the affections of the soul, are not...from the mere actings of the will and inclination, but only in the liveliness and sensibility of exercise. — It must be confessed, that language is...
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A Treatise Concerning Religious Affections: With an Introductory Essay

Jonathan Edwards, Rev. David Young - Election (Doctrine of)s - 1831 - 648 pages
...therefore, these more vigorous and sensible exercises of this faculty, that are called the affections. The will, and the affections of the soul, are not...they differ from the mere actings of the will, and inclinations of the soul, but only in the liveliness and sensibleness of exercise. It must be confessed,...
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The doctrine of the will, determined by an appeal to consciousness

Henry Philip Tappan - Philosophy - 1840 - 318 pages
...distinguished from the will or its volitions ? " The will and the affections of the soul," says Edwards, " are not two faculties : the affections are not essentially...in the liveliness and sensibleness of exercise."* Identifying the will and the affections, he assigns the mind but two faculties. I. Assuming that I...
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