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An essay concerning human understanding. To which are now first added, i. an ... - Page 126
by John Locke - 1828
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Course of the history of modern philosophy, tr. by O.W. Wight

Claude Henri Victor Cousin - 1852
...our minds, it being no more impossible to conceive that God should annex such ideas to such motions, with which they have no similitude, than that he should annex the idea of pain to the motiou of a piece of steel dividing our flesh, with which that idea hath no resemblance." § 14. "...
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COURSE OF THE HISTORY OF MODERN PHILOSOPHY

M. VICTOR COUSIN - 1853
...peculiar figures and bulks, and in different degrees and modifications of their motions, causes o ' pain to the motion of a piece of steel dividing our...resemblance." § 14. "What I have said concerning colors and smells may be understood also of tastes and sounds, and other the like sensible qualities;...
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Locke's essays. An essay concerning human understanding. And A treatise on ...

John Locke - 1854
...our minds, it being no more impossible to conceive that God should annex such ideas to such motions, with which they have no similitude, than that he should...our flesh, with which that idea hath no resemblance. SECT. 14. What I have said concerning colours and smells may be understood also of tastes and sounds,...
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The history of philosophy from Thales to Comte, Volume 2

George Henry Lewes - Philosophy - 1867
...that God should annex such ideas to SUM motions (ie the motions of objects affecting the senses) wit which they have no similitude than that he should...of pain to the motion of a piece of steel dividing <" flesh, with which that idea hath no resemblance.' DI mind. Everyone is willing to admit that colour,...
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An analysis of Locke's Essay on the human understanding, in the form of ...

Robert Cleary - 1878
...bodies? — It is no more impossible to conceive that God should annex such ideas to such motions, etc., with which they have no similitude, than that He should...of steel dividing our flesh, with which that idea has no resemblance. (Sect. 13.) What does Locke mean by saying that " ideas of primary qualities are...
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An Essay Concerning Human Understanding: With the Notes and Illustrations of ...

John Locke - 1879 - 664 pages
...our minds ; it being no more impossible to conceive that God should annex such ideas to such motions with which they have no similitude, than that he should...by mistake attribute to them, are in truth nothing hi the objects themselves, but powers to produce various sensations in us, and depend on those primary...
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Zeitschrift für Philosophie und philosophische Kritik ..., Volumes 88-89

Philosophy - 1886
...God should annex such ideas to such motions, whit which they hare no similitude, than that he schould annex the idea of pain to the motion of a piece of steel dividing our flesh, whit which the idea has no resemblance. unb feftgeftellt Cat. — 3lber eo giebt аиф шф! roenige,...
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An Essay Concerning Human Understanding, Volume 1

John Locke - Knowledge, Theory of - 1894
...'Motions' — here supposed to be such ideas to such motions, with which they have no simili- BOOK n. tude, than that he should annex the idea of pain to the...piece of steel dividing our flesh, with which that HAP' idea hath no resemblance. i4. What I have said concerning colours and smells may They be understood...
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Philosophical Works: Preliminary discourse by the editor. On the conduct of ...

John Locke, James Augustus St. John - 1894
...ideas to such motions, with which / they_haye no .similitude, than that he should annex the idea 1 of pain to the motion of a piece of steel dividing...our flesh, with which that idea hath no resemblance. l4. What I have said concerning colours and smells may be understood also of tastes and sounds, and...
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Locke's Essay Concerning Human Understanding: Books II and IV (with Omissions)

John Locke - Knowledge, Theory of - 1905 - 348 pages
...our minds; it being no more impossible to conceive that God should annex such ideas to such motions, with which they have no similitude, than that he should...of a piece of steel dividing our flesh, with which the idea hath no resemblance. 14. What I have said concerning colours and ,,, smells may be understood...
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