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" In the mean time it is an overvaluing ourfclves to reduce all to the narrow meafure of our capacities ; and to conclude all things impoffible to be done, whofe manner of doing exceeds our comprehenfion. "
The epistles of Lucius Annæus Seneca [tr.] with large annotations by T. Morell - Seite 235
von Lucius Annaeus Seneca - 1786
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Works, Band 1

John Locke - 1722
...voluntary Motion as unintelligible as it was before. In the mean time, 'tis an overvaluing our felves, to reduce all to the narrow meafure of our Capacities ; and to conclude all things impoflible to be done, whofe manner of doing exceeds our Comprehenfion* This is to make our Compreheniion...
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An Attempt to Prove the Existence and Absolute Perfection of the Supreme ...

Hugh Hamilton - 1784 - 202 Seiten
...viz. that we cannot poffibly conceive the manner of their production. It would be in over-valuing of ourfelves to reduce all to the narrow meafure of our...manner of doing exceeds our comprehenfion." This is the fubftance of whatMr.Locke; in his effay, has faid in proof of the Being and attributes of God....
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An attempt to prove the existence and absolute perfection of the supreme ...

Hugh Hamilton (bp. of Ossory.) - 1785
...viz. that we cannot poffibly conceive the manner of their produftion. It would be an over-valuing of ourfelves to reduce all to the narrow meafure of our...and to conclude all things impoffible to be done, whole manner of doing exceeds our comprehenfion." This is the fubftance of what Mr. Locke, in his eflay,...
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The Critical Review: Or, Annals of Literature, Band 61

Tobias Smollett - 1786
...relating to the Deity, I fhall refer the reader to the words of Mr. Locke, (volf ii. p. 249.) '* *7'is an overvaluing ourfelves to reduce all to the narrow...and to conclude all things impoffible to be done, ivhofe manner of doing exceeds our comprchenfion : this is to jnake our comprehenfion infinite, or...
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An essay concerning human understanding; with Thoughts on the ..., Band 3

John Locke - 1801
...either x>f which leaves voluntary motion as unintelligible as it was before. In the mean time, it is an over-valuing ourfelves, to reduce all to the narrow...and to conclude all things impoffible to be done, whole manner of doing exceeds our compreheafion. This is to make our comprehenfion infinite, or God...
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An Essay Concerning Human Understanding: With Thoughts on the Conduct of ...

John Locke - 1801 - 308 Seiten
...ourfelves, to reduce all to the uanow nieafure of our capacities ; and to conclude all things impcfOble to be done, whofe manner of doing exceeds our comprehenfion. This is to make our comprehension infinite, or God finite, when what he can do is limited to what we can conceive of it....
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Physical and Metaphysical Inquiries

Physical and metaphysical inquiries - 1806 - 335 Seiten
...voluntary motion as unintelli" gible as it was before. In the mean time, it is " an overvaluing of ourfelves to reduce all to the " narrow meafure of our capacities, and to con" elude all things impoffible to be done, whofe " manner of doing exceeds our comprehenfion. " This...
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Physical and Metaphysical Inquiries: Being an Essay to Inculcate the ...

Walter Miller - 1819 - 343 Seiten
...voluntary motion as unintelli" gible as it was before. In the mean time, it is " an overvaluing of ourfelves to reduce all to the " narrow meafure of our capacities, and to con" elude all things impoffible to be done, vvhofe " manner of doing exceeds our comprehenfion, "...
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