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" We are compelled, by the constitution of our minds, to believe in the existence of an Absolute and Infinite Being, — a belief which appears forced upon us, as the complement of our consciousness of the relative and the finite. "
An Examination of Sir William Hamilton's Philosophy: And of the Principal ... - 124. oldal
szerző: John Stuart Mill - 1865
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The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art, 47. kötet

1859
...indeed, in his incomprehensible Essence, absolute and infinite ;" and again, more fully, (p. 67,) "Wo are compelled by the constitution of our minds to...the existence of an Absolute and Infinite Being." Now we could have wished that these eminent men had stated precisely the nature of this belief, feeling,...

The Mercersburg Review, 11. kötet

1859
...the idea of God arises in his mind immediately. It springs from himself, or, as Mansel expresses it, ""We are compelled by the constitution of our minds...in the existence of an Absolute and Infinite Being, — a belief which appears forced upon us, as the complement of our consciousness of the relative and...

Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine

1859
...impossibility of a relation between the Infinite and the Finite, he very confidently tells os that " we are compelled, by the constitution of our minds,...in the existence of an Absolute and Infinite Being — a belief which appear» forced \ipon us as the complement of our consciousness of the relative...

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

Henry Longueville Mansel - 1859 - 315 oldal
...necessarily involve from every point of view. The result of that attempt may be briefly summed up as follows. We are compelled, by the constitution of our minds,...in the existence of an Absolute and Infinite Being, — a belief which appears forced upon us, as the complement of our consciousness of the relative and...

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

Frederick Denison Maurice - 1859 - 480 oldal
...involve from every " point of view. The result of that attempt may be " briefly summed up as follows. "We are compelled, " by the constitution of our minds,...the "existence of an Absolute and Infinite Being, — a " belief which appears forced upon us, as the comple" ment of our consciousness of the relative...

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

Henry Longueville Mansel - 1859 - 364 oldal
...necessarily involve from every point of view. The result of that attempt may be briefly summed up as follows. We are compelled, by the constitution of our minds,...in the existence of an Absolute and Infinite Being, — a belief which appears forced upon us, as the complement of our consciousness of the relative and...

Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, 47. kötet

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell - 1859
...indeed, in his incomprehensible Essence, absolute and infinite ;" and again, more fully, (p. 67,) " We are compelled by the constitution of our minds...believe in the existence of an Absolute and Infinite Bein:. Now we could have wished that these eminent men had stated precisely the nature of this belief,...

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

John Frederick Denison Maurice - 1859
...involve from every " point of view. The result of that attempt may be " briefly summed up as follows. We are compelled, " by the constitution of our minds,...believe in the "existence of an Absolute and Infinite Being,—a " belief which appears forced upon us, as the comple" ment of our consciousness of the relative...

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

Henry Longueville Mansel - 1860
...necessarily involve from every point of view. The result of that attempt may be briefly summed up as follows. We are compelled, by the constitution of our minds,...in the existence of an Absolute and Infinite Being, — a belief which appears forced upon us, as the complement of our consciousness of the relative and...

The American Presbyterian Review, 2. kötet

Henry Boynton Smith, James Manning Sherwood - 1860
...contradictions, and are only the negation of thought, he says : " The result" of this examination is, that " we are compelled by the constitution of our minds...in the existence of an Absolute and Infinite Being — a belief which appears forced upon us as the complement of our consciousness of the relative and...




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