Logic: Or, the Right Use of Reason in the Inquiry After Truth. ... By Isaac Watts, Part 4

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J. Dickson, and J. and J. Fairbairn, 1792 - Conduct of life - 326 pages
 

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Page 67 - ... yourselves, as well as learn them from others ; be acquainted with men as well as books ; learn all things as much as you can at...
Page 94 - A definition must be universal, or as some call it adequate ;, that is, it must agree to all the particular species, or individuals that are included under the...
Page 163 - Inspiration is a sort of evidence distinct from all the former, and that is, when such an overpowering impression of any proposition is made upon the mind by God himself, that gives a convincing and indubitable evidence of the truth and divinity of it : so were the prophets and the apostles inspired*.
Page 250 - ... if there are two lines, A and B, and I know not whether they are equal or no, I take a third line c, or an inch, and apply it to each of them ; if it agree with them both, then I infer that A and B are equal : but if it agree with one and not with the other, then I conclude A and B are unequal : if it agree with neither of them, there can be no comparison. " So if the question be, whether God must be worshipped...

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