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" Parts of this fort of Learning are well •worth our Study ; for by perpetual Examples they teach us to conceive with Clearnefs, to connect our Ideas and Propofitions in a Train of Dependence, to reafon with Strength and DemonItration, and to diftinguifh... "
Logick: Cr, The Right Use of Reason in the Enquiry After Truth. With a ... - Page 318
by Isaac Watts - 1736 - 365 pages
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Logick: Or, The Right Use of Reason in the Enquiry After Truth

Isaac Watts - Conduct of life - 1755 - 365 pages
...Dependence, to reafon with Strength and Demon, ftration, and to diftinguifh between Truth and Falthood. Something of thefe Sciences mould be ftudied by every...not fo much to make us Mathematicians, as to make us reafenable Creatures. We mould gain fuch a Familiarity with Evidence of Perception and Force of Reaioning,...
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Logick: Or, The Right Use of Reason in the Inquiry After Truth. With a ...

Isaac Watts - Conduct of life - 1763 - 365 pages
...connect our Ideas and Propofitions in a Train of Dependance, to reafon with Strength and Demonftration, and to diftinguifh between Truth and Falfhood. Something...Man who pretends to Learning, and that (as Mr. Locke exprefies it) not fo much to make make us Mathematicians, as to make us rcafonable Creatures, We fhould...
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Logic: Or, the Right Use of Reason in the Inquiry After Truth ..., Part 4

Isaac Watts - 1792 - 326 pages
...and demonftration, and to diftinguifh between truth and faHhood. Something of thefe fciences fhould be ftudied by every man who pretends to learning, and that, as Mr Locke exprefies it, not fo much to make us mathematicians, as to make us reafonable creatures. We fhould...
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Logick: or, the right use of reason, in the enquiry after truth, ... By ...

Isaac Watts - 1797 - 324 pages
...demonflration, ar.d to diftinguifh between truth and falfehood. Something of thefe fciences fliould be ftudied by every man who pretends to learning, and that, as Mr Locke exprtfles it, not fo much to make us matbematicians, as to make us reafonable creatures. i. We fhouid...
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Letters on the Elementary Principles of Education, Volume 2

Elizabeth Hamilton - Education - 1802 - 455 pages
...demonftration, and to dif" tinguifh between truth and falfhood. " Something of thcfc fciences fhould be " ftudied by every man who pretends to " learning, and that," as Mr. Locke expreffes it, " notfo much to make tis mathema" ticianS) as to make us reafonable creatures. " The...
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Letters on Education, Volume 2

Elizabeth Hamilton - Education - 1802
...and to dif" tingnifh between truth and falfhood. *' Something of thefe fciences fhotUd be " ftudied " ftudied by every man who pretends to " learning, and that," as Mr. Locke expreffes it, " notfo much to make us mathema*' ticians, as to make us reafonable creatures. " The...
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Logic, Or, The Right Use of Reason in the Enquiry After Truth: With a ...

Isaac Watts - Conduct of life - 1802 - 300 pages
...demonstration, and to diftinguifh between truth and falfehood. Something of thefe fciences fhould be itudied by every man who pretends to learning, and that (as Mr Locke exprefies it) not fo much to make us mathematicians, as to make us reafonable creatures. We fhould...
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Letters on the elementary principles of education, Volume 2

Elizabeth Hamilton - Education - 1803
...demonftration, and to dit " tinguifh between truth and falfhood. " Something of thefe fciences fhould be " ftudied by every man who pretends to " learning,...as Mr. Locke exprefles it, " not fo much to make us matbema* " ticians, as to make us reaf enable creatures. " The habit of conceiving clearly, of " judging...
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The School of Wisdom; Or, American Monitor: Containing a Copious Collection ...

Readers - 1803 - 224 pages
...ftrength and demonftration, and to diftinguim between truth and falmood. Something of thefe fcienc^s mould be ftudied by every man who pretends to learning, and that, as Mr. Locke exprefles it, " not io much to make us mathematicians, as to make us reufonable creatures."—Watts. INTERCOURSE -ioM MANKIND....
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Logic: Or The Right Use of Reason in the Inquiry After Truth

Isaac Watts - 1807
...demonstration, and to distinguish between truth and falsehood. Something of these sciences should be studied by every man who pretends to learning, and that (as Mr Locke expresses it) not so much to make us mathematicians, as to make us reasonable creatures. We should...
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