| Isaac Watts - Conduct of life - 1792 - 326 pages
...contemplation of its fubject and predicate, we are then conftrained to ufe a medium, and to compare c ach **of them with fome third idea, that by feeing how far...with it, we may be able to judge how far they agree** ar difagree among themfelves : As, if there are two lines, A and B, and 1. knew not whether they are... | |
| Isaac Watts - 1797 - 324 pages
...predicate, we are then conftrained to ufs a medium, ?nd to compare each of them with fome third ideu, **that by feeing how far they agree or difagree with it, we** m:iy able to judge how far they agiee or difagree among themfelvcs : as, if there are two lines, A... | |
| Isaac Watts - Conduct of life - 1801 - 365 pages
...medium, and to compare each of them with some third idea, that by seeing how far they agree or disagree **with it, we may be able to judge how far they agree or** disagree among themselves: as, if there are two lines, A and B, and I know not whether they are equal... | |
| Isaac Watts - 1807
...medium, and to compare each of them with some third idea, that by seeing how far they agree or disagree **with it, we may be able to judge how far they agree or** disagree among themselves : as, if there are two lines A and B, and I know not whether they are equal... | |
| Alexander Jamieson - Logic - 1822 - 304 pages
...medium, and to compare each of them with some third idea, that by seeing how far they agree or disagree **with it, we may be able to judge how far they agree or** disagree among themselves. Example 1. If there are two lines, .3 and Ji, and I know not whether they... | |
| Alexander Jamieson - Logic - 1835 - 304 pages
...medium, and to compare each of them with some third idea, that, by seeing how far they agree or disagree **with it, we may be able to judge how far they agree or** disagree among themselves. Example 1. If there are two lines, A and B, and I know not whether they... | |
| Alexander Jamieson - Logic - 1837 - 304 pages
...medium, and to compare each of them with some third idea, that, by seeing how far they agree or disagree **with it, we may be able to judge how far they agree or** disagree among themselves. Example 1. If there are two lines, A and B, and I know not whether they... | |
| James William Gilbart - Logic - 1854 - 392 pages
...medium, and to compare each of them with some third idea, that by seeing how far they agree or disagree **with it, we may be able to judge how far they agree or** disagree among themselves : as if there are two lines, A and B, and I know not whether they are equal... | |
| Robert Gordon Latham - Language and logic - 1856 - 282 pages
...medium, and compare each of them with some third idea, that by seeing how far they agree or disagree **with it, we may be able to judge how far they agree or** disagree among themselves. Thus, if there are two lines A and B, and I know not whether they are equal... | |
| James William Gilbart - Language and languages - 1857 - 390 pages
...medium, and to compare each of them with some third idea, that by seeing how far they agree or disagree **with it, we may be able to judge how far they agree or** disagree among themselves : as if there are two lines, A and B, and I know not whether they are equal... | |
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