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able according angles animal appears argument Aristotle attri attribute axiom believe belongs body called cause CHAPTER Cicero clear common commonly complex term comprehend conceive conclusion confused idea connected consequently consider contained contrary deceived defect define definition denote Descartes determined discourse Donatists employ enthymeme Epicurus equal equivocal error Euclid everything evil example explain expressed extension false falsehood figure Gassendi genus geometers happens Hence imagine incidental proposition Jesus Christ joined judge judgments kind knowledge logic Louis XIV major matter middle term mind mode nature necessary negation negative neral never nevertheless nouns objects obscure opinion ourselves particular philosophers Port-Royal Logic principle pronoun prove Pyrrhonism Pyrrhonists quod reason relation relative pronoun remarked render represent rules sense simple sophism soul speak species St Augustine substance sufficient syllogisms taken thought tion triangle true truth universal verb whole word
Page 385 - ... wounded the butcher in the leg. "Mark," quoth Cornelius, "how the fellow runs through the predicaments. Men...
Page 432 - WATTS' Scripture History, with Notice by Dr Tweedie 2 0 WHITE'S History of England for Junior Classes 1 6 History of Scotland for Junior Classes 1 6 History of Scotland for Senior Classes 3 6 History of Great Britain and Ireland, with an Account of the Present State and Resources of the United Kingdom and its Colonies.
Page 3 - After seeing what a number arc infatuated with the follies of judicial astrology, and that even grave persons treat this subject seriously, we need not be surprised at anything more.
Page 118 - Beatus ille, qui procul negotiis, Ut prisca gens mortalium, Paterna rura bobus exercet suis...
Page 119 - Ille ego qui quondam gracili modulatus avena Carmen, et egressus silvis vicina coegi Ut quamvis avido parerent arva colono, Gratum opus agricolis; at nunc horrentia Martis Arma virumque cano.
Page 426 - When everything which enters into a distinct notion is distinctly known, or when the last analysis is reached, the knowledge is adequate, of which I scarcely know whether a perfect example can be offered — the knowledge of numbers, however, approaches near to it.
Page 5 - This is the source of Pyrrhonism (or scepticism) another extravagance of the human mind. * * * True reason places all things in the rank which belongs to them ; it questions those which are doubtful, rejects those which are false, and acknowledges in good faith, those which are evident, without being embarrassed by the vain reasons of the Pyrrhonists, which never could, even in the minds of those who proposed them, destroy the reasonable assurance we have of many things. None ever seriously doubted...