Zeitschrift für Philosophie und philosophische Kritik: vormals Fichte-Ulricische Zeitschrift, Volumes 58-59

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J. A. Barth, 1871 - Philosophy
 

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Page 183 - And as the same is true with regard to all other finite created spirits, it necessarily follows, there is an omnipresent, eternal Mind, which knows and comprehends all things, and exhibits them to our view in such a manner, and according to such rules as he himself hath ordained, and are by us termed the laws of nature.
Page 183 - But God, whom no external being can affect, who perceives nothing by sense as we do, whose will is absolute and independent, causing all things, and liable to be thwarted or resisted by nothing; it is evident, such a being as this can suffer nothing, nor be affected with any painful sensation, or indeed any sensation at all.
Page 3 - Jurisprudence in University College, London. THE PHYSIOLOGY OF MIND ; being the First Part of a Third Edition, Revised, Enlarged, and in great part Rewritten, of "The Physiology and Pathology of Mind.
Page 2 - LATHAM. — Theories of philosophy and Religion compared with the Christian theory as set forth by St Paul in his letter to the Romans, now newly translated, with notes, by John Herbert Latham, MAM inst.
Page 183 - ... things and of ideas of memory and imagination, but also a kind of unsensuous knowledge of what something is. Berkeley eg uses the expression "to perceive the table" not only in respect to the apprehension which I or other finite minds have of the table, but also to God's perception of the table though "His ideas are not convey'd to Him by sense, as ours are
Page 183 - ... independent of it. There is, therefore, some other mind wherein they exist during the intervals between the times of my perceiving them; as likewise they did before my birth, and would also after my annihilation. And as the same is true with regard to all other finite created spirits, it necessarily follows there is an omnipotent Eternal Mind, which knows and comprehends all things, and exhibits them to our view in such a manner, and according to such rules, as He himself hath ordained, and which...
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