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" The idea of existence, then, is the very same with the idea of what we conceive to be existent. "
mind - Page 300
by george croom robertson - 1885
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Philosophy of English Literature: A Course of Lectures Delivered in the ...

John Bascom - English literature - 1874 - 318 pages
...order which they in fact impart and explain. Other conceptions are pushed aside in like fashion. " The idea of existence is the very same with the idea of what we conceive to be existent."|| " We have no other notion of cause and effect but that of certain objects, which have always been conjoined...
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A Treatise on Human Nature: Being an Attempt to Introduce the Experimental ...

David Hume - Philosophy, English - 1874
...could be an idea not copied from any prior impression. But according to Hume it does not mean this. ' The idea of existence is the very same with the idea of what we conceive to be existent ; 'a and not only so, ' the belief of existence joins no new ideas to those which compose the idea...
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A Treatise of Human Nature

David Hume - Knowledge, Theory of - 1874 - 677 pages
...could be an idea not copied from any prior impression. But according to Hume it does not mean this. ' The idea of existence is the very same with the idea of what we conceive to be existent ; '2 and not only so, ' the belief of existence joins no new ideas to those which compose the idea...
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The Bibliotheca Sacra, Volume 32

Religion - 1875
...and time arc not distinct ideas, but " merely of the manner and order in which objects exist." 3 " The idea of existence is the very same with the idea of what we conceive to be existent." 4 " We have no other notion of cause and effect but that of certain objects which have always been...
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Mind, Volume 10

George Croom Robertson, George Frederick Stout, George Edward Moore - Philosophy - 1885
...image of the veiled Isis described by Plutarch still remains the symbol of the reality of things : \ve must therefore act on probabilities. This conclusion...xxvi., 800. The fifth, but first-published, division (' Aramaeans') of this extensive work, was noticed in MIND XXV., 143, just after its appearance in...
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The Metaphysics of the School: Book4. Principles of being; Book 5. Causes of ...

Thomas Harper - Metaphysics - 1881
...vanishes under the same sceptical treatment. ' The idea of existence,' such are the words of Hume, ' is the very same with the idea of what we conceive to be existent. To reflect on any thing simply, and to reflect on it as existent, are nothing different from each other....
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The Metaphysics of the School: Book4. Principles of being; Book 5. Causes of ...

Thomas Harper - Metaphysics - 1881
...vanishes under the same sceptical treatment. ' The idea of existence,' such are the words of Hume, ' is the very same with the idea of what we conceive to be existent. To reflect on any thing simply, and to reflect on it as existent, are nothing different from each other....
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Mind, Volume 10

George Croom Robertson, George Frederick Stout, George Edward Moore - Philosophy - 1885
...scepticism disappeared in practical life. Here there is agreement with the school of common-sense, field's insistence on the necessity of acting according to...Social History of the Races of Mankind. First Division : ' Nigritians '. By A, FEATHERMAN. London : Triibner, 1885. Pp. xxvi., 800. The fifth, but first-published,...
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The Veil of Isis: A Series of Essays on Idealism

Thomas Ebenezer Webb - Idealism - 1885 - 365 pages
...denies the existence, not only of corporeal, but of incorporeal substance (Works, i. 33). He maintains that 'the idea of existence is the very same with the idea of what we conceive to be existent' (i. 96). He holds that ' our perceptions may exist separately, and have no need of anything else to...
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Works of Thomas Hill Green: Philosophical works

Thomas Hill Green - Philosophy, Modern - 1885
...could be an idea not copied from any prior impression. But according to Hume it does not mean this. ' The idea of existence is the very same with the idea of what we conceive to be existent;'* and not only so, ' the belief of existence joins no new ideas to those which compose the idea of the...
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