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" If we search into the systems of all the ancient schools of philosophy, amid an infinite variety of jarring opinions in other respects, we find them, perhaps without an exception, concurring in a belief of the eternity of matter, or that general substance... "
The Birth of the Universe: Being a Philosophical Exposition of the Origin ... - Página 47
de Russel P. Ambler - 1853 - 142 páginas
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The Book of Nature, Volumen 1

John Mason Good - 1826
...schools of philosophy, amidst an infinite variety of jarring opinions in other respects, we find them, 21 perhaps without an exception, concurring in a belief...corpuscles, and unintelligent in the rest, as was taught by Democritus ; sometimes intelligent as a whole, though unintelligent' in its separate parts,...
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The book of nature, Volumen 1

John Mason Good - 1826
...schools of philosophy, amidst an infinite variety of jarring opinions in other respects,we find them, 21 perhaps without an exception, concurring in a belief...corpuscles, and unintelligent in the rest, as was taught by Democritus ; sometimes intelligent as a whole, though unintelligent in its separate parts,...
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The Book of Nature, Volumen 1

John Mason Good - 1828 - 530 páginas
...search into the systems of all the ancient schools of philosophy, amidst an infinite variety of jarring opinions in other respects, we find them, perhaps...corpuscles, and unintelligent in the rest, as was taught by Democritus ; sometimes intelligent as a whole, though unintelligent in its separate parts,...
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The Book of Nature

John Mason Good - 1834 - 467 páginas
...search into the systems of all the ancient schools of philosophy, amid an infinite variety of jarring opinions in other respects, we find them, perhaps...which was sometimes conceived to be intelligent in типу of its corpuscles, and unintelligent in the rest, as was taught by Democritus ; sometimes...
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An Argument for the Truth of Christianity: In a Series of Discourses

Isaac Dowd Williamson - 1836 - 252 páginas
...search into the systems of all the ancient schools of philosophy, amid an infinite variety of jarring opinions in other respects, we find them, perhaps,...substance which constitutes the visible world around us." Farther on, the same author says: " Under some modification or other, however, the doctrine of the...
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An Argument for the Truth of Christianity: In a Series of Discourses

Isaac Dowd Williamson - 1836 - 252 páginas
...ancient schools of philosophy, amid APPENDIX. 237 an infinite variety of jarring opinions in olher respects, we find them, perhaps, without an exception,...•which constitutes the visible world around us." Farther on, the same author says: " Under some modification or other, however, the doctrine of the...
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Scientific Tracts, for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge ...

1836 - 308 páginas
...philosophers, in other respects, in regard to matter. Democritus, an ancient Grecian philosopher, believed it to be intelligent in many of its corpuscles, and unintelligent in the rest. Aristotle and Plato believed it to be intelligent as a whole, but unintelligent in its separate parts....
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The Book of Nature: From the Last London Ed., to which is Now Prefixed, a ...

John Mason Good - 1837 - 467 páginas
...search into the systems of all the ancient schools of philosophy, amid an infinite variety of jarring opinions in other respects, we find them, perhaps...corpuscles, and unintelligent in the rest, as was taught by Democritus ; sometimes intelligent as a whole, though unintelligent in its separate parts,...
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The Wesleyan methodist association magazine, Volumen 6

1843
...search into the systems of all the ancient schools of philosophy, amidst an infinite variety of jarring opinions in other respects, we find them, perhaps...corpuscles, and unintelligent in the rest, as was taught by Democritus; sometimes intelligent as a whole, though unintelligent in its separate parts,...
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An Argument for the Truth of Christianity: In a Series of Discourses

Isaac Dowd Williamson - 1849 - 252 páginas
...systems of all the ancient schools of philosophy, amid APPENDIX. 237 ftn infinite variety of jarring opinions in other respects, we find them, perhaps,...substance which constitutes the visible world around us." Farther on, the same author says: " Under some modification or other, however, the doctrine of the...
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