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" On this hypothesis, one of two alternatives must be admitted. God, as necessarily determined to pass from absolute essence to relative manifestation, is determined to pass either from the better to the worse, or from the worse to the better. "
An Examination of Sir William Hamilton's Philosophy: And of the Principal ... - 58. oldal
szerző: John Stuart Mill - 1865
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Alphabet of Natural Theology, for the Use of Beginners

James Rennie - 1834 - 119 oldal
...On this hypothesis one of two alternatives must be admitted. God, as necessarily determined to pass from absolute essence to relative manifestation, is...contradicted by our author, it is not necessary to consider. It is no answer to these difficulties for M. Cousin to say, that the Deity, though a cause which cannot...

Selections from the Edinburgh Review: Comprising the Best ..., 3-4. kötet

Maurice Cross - 1835
...On this hypothesis one of two alternatives must be admitted. God, as necessarily determined to pass from absolute essence to relative manifestation, is...worse to the better. A third possibility, that both stales are equal, as contradictory in itself, and as contradicted by our author, it is not necessary...

Discussions on Philosophy and Literature, Education and University Reform ...

Sir William Hamilton - 1852 - 758 oldal
...determined to pass from absolute essence to relative manifestation, is determined to pass oither jfrom the better to the worse, or from the worse to the...determines God to pass from the better to the worse ; that K operates to his partial annihilation. The power which compels this must be external and hostile,...

Discussions on Philosophy and Literature, Education and University Reform ...

Sir William Hamilton - 1853 - 764 oldal
...On this hypothesis, one of two alternatives must be admitted. God, as necessarily determined to pass from absolute essence to relative manifestation, is...as contradictory in itself, and as contradicted by onr author, it is not necessary to consider. The first supposition must be rejected. The necessity...

The philosophy of the infinite: with special reference to the theories of ...

Henry Calderwood - 1854 - 241 oldal
...modification of the Creator." " On this hypothesis, one of two alternatives must be admitted ;" God must " pass either from the better to the worse, or from the worse to the better," both of which are absurd. 9/A, On this theory, the conception of a First Cause is an impossibility....

The Limits of Religious Thought: Examined in Eight Lectures Delivered Before ...

Henry Longueville Mansel - 1859 - 364 oldal
...that is death, the not being what (one) was. Whatever therefore, undergoes this sort of death, whether from the better to the worse, or from the worse to the better, — that is not God." And so Jacob! ( Von den ijiiUlichen Dingen, Werke, III. p. 391) says of the system...

The Limits of Religious Thought Examined in Eight Lectures Deilvered Before ...

Henry Longueville Mansel - 1860
...not being what (one) was. Whatever thereNOTES. LECT. II. fore, undergoes this sort of death, whether from the better to the worse, or from the worse to the better, — that is not God." And so Jacobi ( Von den gottlichen Dine/en, Werke, III. p. 391) says of the system...

DISCUSSIONS ON PHILOSOPHY AND LITERATURE, EDUCATION AND UNIVERSITY REFORM

SIR WILLIAM HAMILTON - 1861
...this hypothesis, one of, two alternatives must be admitted. God, as necessarily determined to pass from absolute essence to relative manifestation, is determined to pass either from the better to the ivorse, or from the worse to the better. A third possibility, that both states are equal, as contradictory...

Know the Truth: A Critique on the Hamiltonian Theory of Limitation ...

Jesse Henry Jones - 1865 - 225 oldal
...can be more fully illustrated from the following extracts. " God, as necessarily determined to pass from absolute essence to relative manifestation, is...contradicted by our author, it is not necessary to consider." — Sir William Hamilton's Essays, p. 42. " Again, how can the Relative be conceived as coming into...

Know hte truth: A critique on the hamilton Theory of Limitation,

jesse H. Jones - 1865
...absolute essence to relative manifestation, is determined to pass either frown the better to the ivorse, or from the worse to the better. A third possibility...contradicted by our author, it is not necessary to consider." — Sir William Hamilton's JEssays, p. 42. " Again, how can the Relative be conceived as coming into...




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