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" By this imposition of names, some of larger, some of stricter signification, we turn the reckoning of the consequences of things imagined in the mind, into a reckoning of the consequences of appellations. "
Elements of the Philosophy of the Human Mind - Side 101
av Dugald Stewart - 1814
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Elements of the Philosophy of the Human Mind, Volum 2

Dugald Stewart - 1821
...as individual objects alone. In reading, for * "By this imposition of names, some of larger, «orne of stricter signification, we turn the reckoning of...the mind, into a reckoning of the consequences of appellation». For example, a man that bath no use of speech at all («ueh ai ia born and remains perfectly...
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Literary Remains of the Late William Hazlitt, Volum 1

William Hazlitt - 1836
...and whereas a proper name bringeth to mind one thing only, universals recall any one of those many. By this' imposition of names, some of larger, some...example : a man that hath no use of speech at all, that is born and remains perfectly deaf and dumb, if he set before his eyes a triangle, and by it two...
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Literary Remains of the Late William Hazlitt: With a Notice of His Life, Volum 1

William Hazlitt - 1836 - 315 sider
...and whereas a proper name bringeth to mind one thing only, universals recall any one of those many. By this imposition of names, some of larger, some...example : a man that hath no use of speech at all, that is born and remains perfectly deaf and dumb, if he set before his eyes a triangle, and by it two...
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Literary Remains of the Late William Hazlitt, Volum 1

William Hazlitt - 1836
...and whereas a proper name bringeth to mind one thing only, universals recall any one of those many. By this imposition of names, some of larger, some...example : a man that hath no use of speech at all, that is born and remains perfectly deaf and dumb, if he set before his eyes a triangle, and by it two...
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The English Works of Thomas Hobbes of Malmesbury, Volum 3

Thomas Hobbes - 1839
...his actions observeth the laws of his country, make but one name, equivalent to this one word, just. By this imposition of names, some of larger, some...all, such as is born and remains perfectly deaf and Universal, dumb, if he set before his eyes a triangle, and by it two right angles, such as are the...
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Introduction to the Literature of Europe in the Fifteenth ..., Volum 3

Henry Hallam - 1839
...therefore that there is nothing universal but names, which are therefore called indefrnite («)-" 125. " By this imposition of names, some of larger, some...into a reckoning of the consequences of appellations (6). " Hence he thinks that though a man horn deaf and dumb might by meditation know that the angles...
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The English Works of Thomas Hobbes of Malmesbury, Volum 3

Thomas Hobbes - 1839
...his actions obserceth the laws of his country, make but one name, equivalent to this one word, just. By this imposition of names, some of larger, some...into a reckoning of the consequences of appellations^ PART i. For example : a man that hath no use of speech at . — -t — - all, such as is born and remains...
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The English Works of Thomas Hobbes of Malmesbury, Volum 3

Thomas Hobbes - 1839
...his actions observeth the laws of his country, make but one name, equivalent to this one word, just. By this imposition of names, some of larger, some...of the consequences of things imagined in the mind, -j into a reckoning of the consequences of appellations. PART i. For example : a man that hath no use...
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Introduction to the Literature of Europe in the Fifteenth ..., Volum 2

Henry Hallam - 1843
...of names, some of larger, some Howim- of stricter signification, we turn the reckoning of the po.ed' consequences of things imagined in the mind into a reckoning of the consequences of appellations."t Hence he thinks that though a man born deaf and dumb might by meditation know that...
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The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art, Volum 13

1848
...the efficacy he has ascribed to speech, allows that man may arrive at necessary truth without it. " For example, a man that hath no use of speech at all...before his eyes a triangle, and by it two right angles, he may by meditation compare and find that the three angles of thai triangle are equal to those two...
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