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" He that will not eat, till he has demonstration that it will nourish him ; he that will not stir, till he infallibly knows the business he goes about will succeed ; will have but little else to do, but to sit still and perish. "
The North American Review - 582. oldal
1900
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An Essay Concerning Human Understanding

John Locke - 1823 - 648 oldal
...till he has demonstration that it will nourish him ; he that will not stir, till he infallibly knows the business he goes about will succeed ; will have...but little else to do, but to sit still and perish. §. 2. What use to be made of this twilight state. — Therefore, as God has set some things in broad...

An Essay Concerning Human Understanding: With the Author's Last Additions ...

John Locke - 1828 - 590 oldal
...till he has demonstration that it will nourish him ; he that will not stir, till he infallibly knows the business he goes about will succeed ; will have...but little else to do, but to sit still and perish. § 2. What use to be made of this twilight state. — Therefore, as God has set some things in broad...

A Treatise on Presumptions of Law and Fact: With the Theory and Rules of ...

William Mawdesley Best - 1845 - 222 oldal
...till he has démonstration that it will nourish him, he that will not stir till he infallibly knows the business he goes about will succeed, will have but little else to do but to sit still and perish."(z) In all cases, when actual knowledge or certainty is unattainable, we are obliged to resort...

Locke's Essay on the Human Understanding

JOHN MURRAY - 1852
...that will not eat till he has demonstration that [food] will nourish him, he that will not stir till he infallibly knows [that] the business he goes about will succeed, will have little else to do but to sit still and perish. What use to be made of this twiligltt state.—Therefore,...

The Law of Evidence as Administered in England and Applied to India

Joseph Goodeve - 1862 - 658 oldal
...till he has demonstration that it will nourish him, he that will not stir till he infallibly hnows the business he goes about will succeed, will have but little else to do but to sit still and perish."f , Though absolute certainty, however, is but sparingly -given to human sagacity to achieve,...

Bibliotheca Sacra, 61. kötet

1904
...these spheres we act upon such beliefs as if they were certainly true. ... As Locke has well said, ' He that will not stir until he infallibly knows that...will succeed, will have but little else to do but to be still and perish ' " (pp. 406-i08). The author well maintains that the real evidence for Christianity...

The Principles of science, 1. kötet

William Stanley Jevons - 1874 - 480 oldal
...evidence of guilt were required, and as Locke remarks, ' He that will not stir till he infallibly knows the business he goes about will succeed, will have...but little else to do but to sit still and perish.' f There is not a moment of our lives when we do not lie under a slight danger of death, or some most...

The Principles of Science: A Treatise on Logic and Scientific Method, 1-2. kötet

William Stanley Jevons - 1874 - 480 oldal
...evidence of guilt were required, and as Locke remarks, ' He that will not stir till he infallibly knows the business he goes about will succeed, will have but little else to do but to sit still and perish.)f There is not a moment of our lives when we do not lie under a slight danger of death, or...

The Sphere of Religion: A Consideration of Its Nature and of Its Influence ...

Frank Sargent Hoffman - 1908 - 394 oldal
...; and, accordingly, he was ready to say concerning them, as he does say in the statement itself, "I believe" — not "I am absolutely certain of their...apply those powers to all the objects with which he conies in contact. In every sphere of investigation he should begin with doubt, and the student will...

The Principles of Judicial Proof: As Given by Logic, Psychology ..., 1. kötet

John Henry Wigmore - 1913 - 1179 oldal
...towards developing a sound and workable method. Yet, as Locke put it, " He that will not stir till he infallibly knows that the business he goes about...but little else to do but to sit still and perish." And there is at least the consolation of believing that the illustrations will furnish entertaining...




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