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" ... and what we ought to do and what we ought not to do, whoever came into the world without having an innate idea of them? "
Essays on Some of the First Principles of Metaphysicks, Ethicks, and Theology - Página 38
de Asa Burton - 1824 - 414 páginas
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Sketches of the History of Man: In Two Volumes, Volumen 2

Lord Henry Home Kames - 1774
...perception, ftill more convincing and authoritative ! By one branch of the moral fenfe, we are taught what we ought to do, and what we ought not to do; and by another branch, what we may do, or leave undone. But fociety would be imperfect, if the moral...
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Sketches of the History of Man: In Two Volumes, Volumen 2

Lord Henry Home Kames - 1774
...perception, ftill more convincing and authoritative ! By one branch of the moral fenfe, we are taught what we ought to do, and what we ought not to do ; and by another branch, what we may do, or leave undone. But fociety would be imperfect, if the moral...
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Sketches of the History of Man, Volumen 4

Lord Henry Home Kames - 1788
...perception, ftill more convincing and authoritative ! By one branch of the moral fenfe, we are taught what we ought to do, and what we ought not to do ; and by another branch, what we may do, or leave undone. But fociety would be imperfect, if the moral...
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Memoirs of the life and writings of ... Henry Home of Kames [by A.F. Tytler].

Alexander Fraser Tytler (lord Woodhouselee.) - 1807
...no other exercise of our faculties than attention merely. By one branch of this sense, we are taught what we ought to do, and what we ought not to do ; by another, what we may do, or leave undone. But society would be imperfect, if the moral sense stopped...
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Sketches of the history of man, Volumen 3

Henry Home (lord Kames.) - 1807
...perception, ftill more convincing and authoritative ! By one branch of the moral fenfe, we are taught what we ought to do ; and what we ought not to do ; and by another branch, what we may do, or leave undone. But fociety would be imperfect, if the moral...
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Blackwood's Magazine, Volumen 103

1868
...religion," said aunt Griiner. "We think differently, my dear. Thank God, we have got somebody to tell us what we ought to do and what we ought not to do." Linda was not strong enough to argue the question, or to remind her aunt that this somebody, too, might...
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Essays on Some of the First Principles of Metaphysicks, Ethicks, and Theology

Asa Burton - 1824 - 414 páginas
...wrong is attended with a more strong and lively sensation of heart, than a perception of truth and falsehood, many, probably, have been led to believe...right, or what is wrong in our characters and conduct ? HCan we determine by our feelings or affections ? A pleasant or painful sensation is a feeling. If...
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Bible of Reason Pt. 1, Or, Scriptures of Ancient Moralists

Benjamin F. Powell - 1831 - 264 páginas
...considerations of honour or shame to ensue therefrom. On this rule, morals, or the distinction between what we ought to do, and what we ought not to do, are founded. Wisdom consists in distinguishing good from evil. 3. The natural lesson of mankind is,...
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Bible of Reason ...

Benjamin F. Powell - 1831
...considerations of honour or shame to ensue therefrom. On this rule, morals, or the distinction between what we ought to do, and what we ought not to do, are founded. Wisdom consists in distinguishing good from evil. 3. The natural lesson of mankind is,...
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Sermons

John Budd Pitkin, Stephen Greenleaf Bulfinch - 1837 - 352 páginas
...that God has not endowed us with a sufficient capacity to distinguish between right and wrong, between what we ought to do, and what we ought not to do. A second defence against sin which the Deity has implanted in our moral natures is conscience. Whether...
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