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" As to myself, I think God has given me assurance enough of the existence of things without me ; since by their different application I can produce in myself both pleasure and pain, which is one great concernment of my present state. "
An Essay Concerning Human Understanding: And a Treatise on the Conduct of ... - Side 414
af John Locke - 1800 - 524 sider
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John Locke - 1928 - 428 sider
...will never have any controversy with me; since he can never be sure I say any thing contrary to his own opinion. As to myself, I think God has given me...the existence of material beings. For we cannot act any thing, but by our faculties; nor talk of knowledge itself, but by the helps of those faculties,...
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Eighteenth-Century Philosophy

Lewis White Beck - 1966 - 332 sider
...will never have any controversy with me; since he can never be sure I say anything contrary to his own opinion. As to myself, I think God has given me...the existence of material beings. For we cannot act anything but by our faculties; nor talk of knowledge itself, but by the help of those faculties which...
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John Locke Collection I

216 sider
...Reid. An External Reality, lie says, is the natural Suggestion of the Understanding (n. vii. 7) ; and " the confidence that our faculties do not herein deceive...are capable of concerning the existence of material things" (iv. xi. 3). But if Locke recognised the objective existence of the World of Matter, a fortiori,...
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Kant und das Problem des metaphysischen Idealismus

Dietmar Hermann Heidemann - 1998 - 284 sider
...Zum Substanzen-Dualismus vgl. Buch II, C.XXII, §§lfT. 19 Ebd., Buch IV, C.XI, §3, wo es heißt: „This is certain: the confidence that our faculties...capable of concerning the existence of material beings." 20 Ebd., Buch IV, c.XI, S 13. bei Berkeley dadurch subjektiviert: „... there is not any other substance...
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Locke

Michael Ayers - 1999 - 68 sider
...different application, l can produce in myself both pleasure and pain, which is one great concemment of my present state. This is certain, the confidence...deceive us, is the greatest assurance we are capable of, conceming the existence of material beings. For we cannot act anything, but by our faculties; nor talk...
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Berkeley's Principles and Dialogues: Background Source Materials

C. J. McCracken, I. C. Tipton - 2000 - 314 sider
...will never have any controversy with me, since he can never be sure I say anything contrary to his opinion. As to myself, I think GOD has given me assurance...the existence of material beings. For we cannot act anything but by our faculties, nor talk of knowledge itself but by the help of those faculties which...
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Religion, Reason and Nature in Early Modern Europe

R. Crocker - 2001 - 264 sider
...existence of God to defuse sceptical doubts about the evidence of the senses. He writes, for example, that "As to myself, I think GOD has given me assurance...since by their different application, I can produce in my self both Pleasure and Pain, which is one great concernment of my present state."29 God would not...
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First Philosophy: Fundamental Problems and Readings in Philosophy

Andrew Bailey - 2002 - 1002 sider
...will never have any controversy with me; since he can never be sure I say anything contrary to his own opinion. As to myself, I think God has given me...the existence of material beings. For we cannot act anything, but by our faculties; nor talk of knowledge itself, but by the helps of those faculties,...
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John Locke: Writings on Religion

John Locke - 2002 - 356 sider
...derives from God and the connection of ideas of such things with pleasure and pain: 'As to my self, I think GOD has given me assurance enough of the Existence...since by their different application, I can produce in my self both Pleasure and Pain, which is one great Concernment of my present state.' (The other 'concernment'...
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The Enlightenment: A Sourcebook and Reader

Paul Hyland, Olga Gomez, Francesca Greensides - 2003 - 496 sider
...will never have any controversy with me; since he can never be sure I say anything contrary to his opinion. As to myself, I think God has given me assurance...the existence of material beings. For we cannot act anything but by our faculties; nor talk of knowledge itself, but by the help of those faculties which...
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