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An Examination of Sir William Hamilton's Philosophy: And of the Principal ... - 181. oldal
szerző: John Stuart Mill - 1865
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The North British Review, 10. kötet

1849
...contents of the rule ; and though in both cases the common man may be cited as a witness for the custom of the fact, in neither can he be allowed to officiate as advocate or as judge. * * We may, in short, say of the philosopher what Erasmus, in an epistle to Hiitten, said of Sir Thomas...

The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, 28. kötet

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell - 1853
...ascertain what are the contents of the rule ; and though in both instances the common man may be cited asa witness, for the custom or the fact, in neither can...be allowed to officiate as advocate or as judge." — (Note A. { 3, pp. 751, 752.) Such, then, is the foundation of that philosophy of which Sir William...

Elements of the Philosophy of the Human Mind

Dugald Stewart, Francis Bowen - 1854 - 490 oldal
...jurist, in the other, to the philosopher, to ascertain what are the contents of the rule ; and thotigh, in both instances, the common man may be cited as...be allowed to officiate as advocate or as judge." — Supplementary Dissertations to Reid, pp. 743, 744, 751, 752.] keeping constantly in view, the close...

Elements of the Philosophy of the Human Mind

Dugald Stewart - 1855 - 490 oldal
...and though, in both instances, the common man may be cited as a witness, for the custom or the fitct, in neither can he be allowed to officiate as advocate or as judge."—. Supplementary Dissertations to Reid, pp. 743, 744, 751, 752.] keeping constantly in view, the close...

Essays in Philosophy

Alexander Campbell Fraser - 1856 - 368 oldal
...contents of the rule; and though in both cases the common man may be cited as a witness for the custom of the fact, in neither can he be allowed to officiate as advocate or as judge. . . We may, in short, say of the philosopher what Erasmus, in an Epistle to Hiitten, said of Sir Thomas...

Philosophy of The Human Mind

Dugald Stewart - 1859
...ascertained, in proof of the relative truths and their necessary consequences ; — this argument is manifestly dependent on philosophy, as an art, as...he be allowed to officiate as advocate or as judge. ", — Supplementary Dissertations to Reid, pp. 743, 744} 751, 752.] 3-4* keeping constantly in view,...

Philosophy of Sir William Hamilton, Bart

Sir William Hamilton - 1859 - 530 oldal
...the one case it must be left to the jurist, in the other to the philosopher, to ascertain what aro the contents of the rule ; and though in both instances...he be allowed to officiate as advocate or as judge. MI..VT TV. Kfhtiv ASafinavaf atilfas Idamn' Tt'jr oofptqv >" 'l-uf (Ouvci, Tf%va$ o' t>fi6T£\vot....

The Metaphysics of Sir William Hamilton

Sir William Hamilton - 1861 - 563 oldal
...ascertained, in proof of the relative truths and their necessary consequences ; — this argument is manifestly dependent on philosophy, as an art, as...he be allowed to officiate as advocate or as judge. It must be recollected, also, that in appealing to the consciousness of mankind in general, we only...

The metaphysics of Sir William Hamilton

Sir William Hamilton - 1861 - 563 oldal
...the relative truths and their necessary consequences ; — this argument is manifestly dependent ou philosophy, as an art, as an acquired dexterity, and...he be allowed to officiate as advocate or as judge. It must be recollected, also, that in appealing to the consciousness of mankind in general, we only...

The Metaphysics of Sir William Hamilton

Sir William Hamilton - 1861 - 563 oldal
...and though, in both instances, the com mon man may be cited as a witness for the custom or the fad, in neither can he be allowed to officiate as advocate or as judge. It must be recollected, also, that in appealing to the consciousness of mankind in general, we only...




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