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" ... to subside, and if there can be perceived here and there some isles where virtue and truth may find rest for their feet, and communicate themselves to mankind. "
De l'esprit; or, Essays on the mind. Transl. To Which are now prefixed, a ... - Page 172
by Claude Adrien Helvétius - 1807
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The Bible of nature, and substance of virtue, condensed from the scriptures ...

John Stewart - Religion - 1842
...them with respect : like the doves from the ark, we ought to send some truths on the discovery, to see if the deluge of prejudices does not yet cover the face of the earth ; if error begin to subside ; and if there can be perceived here and there some isles, where virtue and truth...
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The bible of nature, and substance of virtue: Condensed from the scriptures ...

John Stewart - Ethics - 1849
...discovery, to see if the deluge of prejudices does not yet cover the face of the earth ; if error begin to subside ; and if there can be perceived here and...their feet, and communicate themselves to mankind.'-*^ All those virtues originate from prejudice, the exact observance of which does not in the least contribute...
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The Bible of nature, and substance of virtue: condensed from the scriptures ...

1849 - 202 pages
...them with respect : like the doves from the ark, we ought to send some truths on the discovery, to see if the deluge of prejudices does not yet cover the face of the earth ; if error begin to subside ; and if there can be perceived here and there some isles, where virtue and truth...
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Moral Philosophy from Montaigne to Kant

J. B. Schneewind - History - 2003 - 666 pages
...generally received, we ought to send, like the doves from the ark, some truths on the discovery, to see if the deluge of prejudices does not yet cover the...prejudices that are not very dangerous. What respect do we owe to the man who, jealous of dominion, would besot the people, in order to tyrannize over them? We...
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