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" The truth is, that we are here face to face with that final inexplicability at which, as Sir W. Hamilton observes, we inevitably arrive when we reach ultimate facts ; and in general one mode of stating it only appears more incomprehensible than another,... "
An Examination of Sir William Hamilton's Philosophy: And of the Principal ... - 262. oldal
szerző: John Stuart Mill - 1865
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Blackwood's Magazine, 99. kötet

1866
..." The truth is, that we are here face to face with that final inexplicability at which, as Sir \V. Hamilton observes, we inevitably arrive when we reach...appears more incomprehensible than another, because thewhole of human language is accommodated to the one, and is so incongruous with the other, that it...

Recent British Philosophy: A Review, with Criticisms; Including Some ...

David Masson - 1865 - 414 oldal
...insuperability. " The truth is," he continues, " that we are here face-to-face with that final " inexplicability at which, as Sir W. Hamilton " observes, we inevitably...incomprehensible " than another, because the whole of human lan" gua£e is accommodated to the one, and is so " incongruous with the other that it cannot be "...

The North British review, 43. kötet

1865
...aware of itself as a series. The truth is that we are here face to face with that final inexplicability at which, as Sir W. Hamilton observes, we inevitably arrive when we reach ultimate facts." —(Pp. 21•2-13.) This passage, so far as our passive or sensational, as distinguished from our volitional...

Blackwood's Magazine, 99. kötet

1866
...disarray of a retreat. "The truth is, that we arc here face to face with that final inexplicability at which, as Sir W. Hamilton observes, we inevitably...in any terms which do not deny its truth. The real etumblingblock is, perhaps, not in any theory of the fact, but in the fact itself. The true incomprehensibility...

Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine

1866
...disarray of a retreat. "The truth ig, that we arc here face to face with that final incxplicability at which, as Sir W. Hamilton observes, we inevitably...one, and is so incongruous with the other that it eannot be expressed in any terms which do not deny its truth. The real gtumblinghlock is, perhaps,...

RECENT BRITISH PHILOSOPHY

DAVID MASSON - 1866
...continues, "that we are here fa<te-to-face with that final inexplicability at which , as Sir William Hamilton observes, we inevitably arrive when we reach...it only appears more incomprehensible than another, becanse the whole of Iranian language is accommodated to the one, and is so incongruous with the other...

Recent British Philosophy: A Review, with Criticisms

David Masson - 1867 - 273 oldal
...reach ultimate facts ; and, in general, " one mode of stating it only appears more incomprehen" sible than another, because the whole of human language...any terms which " do not deny its truth. The real stumbling-block is " perhaps not in any theory of the fact, but in the fact " itself. The true incomprehensibility...

Recent British Philosophy: A Review, with Criticisms

David Masson - 1867 - 273 oldal
...insuperability. " The truth is," he continues, " that we " are here face-to-face with that final inexplicability at " which, as Sir W. Hamilton observes, we inevitably...general, " one mode of stating <it only appears more incomprehen" sible than another, because the whole of human language " is accommodated to the one,...

Recent British Philosophy: A Review, with Criticisms

David Masson - 1867 - 273 oldal
...insuperability. "The truth is," he continues, "that we " are here face-to-face with that final inexplicability at " which, as Sir W. Hamilton observes, we inevitably...general, " one mode of stating it only appears more incomprehen" sible than another, because the whole of human language " is accommodated to the one,...

The Journal of Speculative Philosophy, 12. kötet;20. kötet

1886
...Mill saw this with sufficient clearness to confess that Hume's doctrine ''involves a paradox"; and that " it cannot be expressed in any terms which do not deny its truth." He attempts, indeed, to break the force of his admission by suggesting that we are here in the presence...




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