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" By the Absolute is meant that which exists in and by itself, having no necessary relation to any other Being. "
An Examination of Sir William Hamilton's Philosophy: And of the Principal ... - 116. oldal
szerző: John Stuart Mill - 1865
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The Intellectual repository for the New Church. (July/Sept. 1817 ...

New Church gen. confer - 1868
...Infinite. By the First Cause is meant, that which produces all things, and is itself produced of none ; by the Absolute is meant, that which exists in and...itself, having no necessary relation to any other being ; by the Infinite is meant, that which is free from all possible limitation — a greater being inconceivable...

The New quarterly review, and digest of current literature

1858
...Infinite. By the First Cause, is meant that which produces all things, and is itself produced of none. By the Absolute, is meant that which exists in and...itself, having no necessary relation to any other being. By the Infinite, is meant that which is free from all possible limitation, that than which a greater...

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

Henry Longueville Mansel - 1859 - 315 oldal
...Infinite. By the First Cause is meant that which produces all things, and is itself produced of none. By the Absolute is meant that which exists in and...itself, having no necessary relation to any other Being (14). By the Infinite is meant that which is free from all possible limitation ; that than which a...

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

Henry Longueville Mansel - 1859 - 364 oldal
...Infinite. By the First Cause, is meant that which produces all things, and is itself produced of none. By the Absolute, is meant that which exists in and...itself, having no necessary relation to any other Being. <u> By the Infinite, is meant that which is free from all possible limitation ; that than which a greater...

What is Revelation?: A Series of Sermons on the Epiphany : to which are ...

Frederick Denison Maurice - 1859 - 480 oldal
...Infinite. By the First Came, is " meant that which produces all things, and is itself " produced of none. By the Absolute, is meant that " which exists in and...having no necessary "relation to any other Being. By the Iafiaite is " meant that which is free from all possible limita" tion ; that than which a greater...

What is revelation? Sermons on the Epiphany; to which are added Letters to a ...

John Frederick Denison Maurice - 1859
...Infinite. By the First Cause, is " meant that which produces all things, and is itself " produced of none. By the Absolute, is meant that " which exists in and...having no necessary "relation to any other Being. By the Infinite is " meant that which is free from all possible limita" tion; that than which a greater...

The Christian observer [afterw.] The Christian observer and advocate

1859
...Three definitions of the Absolute are given us in the Leo., tares. The first, the Lecturer's own, is " that which exists in and by itself, having no necessary relation to any other Being." The glorious description which the Bible gives us of the True God, under the name I AM, implies that...

Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine

1859
...which produces all things, and is itself produced by none. By the Absolute, is meant that which exista in and by itself, having no necessary relation to any other being. By the infinite, is meant that which IB free from all possible limitation; that than which a greater...

The Province of Reason: A Criticism of the Bampton Lecture on "The Limits of ...

John Young - 1860 - 320 oldal
...distinguish between them. It is possible to detect the merest shade of difference, when the lecturer says, " by the Absolute is meant that which exists in, and...itself, having no necessary relation to any other being. By the Infinite is meant that which is free from all possible limitation, that than which a greater...

Brownson's Quarterly Review, 1. kötet

Orestes Augustus Brownson - 1860
...Infinite. By the First Cause, is meant that which produces all things, and is itself produced of none. By the Absolute, is meant that which exists in and...itself, having no necessary relation to any other being. By the Infinite, is meant that which is free from all possible limitation ; that than which a greater...




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