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" But reason itself must rest at last upon " authority ; for the original data of reason do not rest on " reason, but are necessarily accepted by reason on the " authority of what is beyond itself. These data are, " therefore, in rigid propriety, Beliefs... "
The Battle of the Two Philosophies - 28. oldal
szerző: Lucy F March Phillipps - 1866 - 88 oldal
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The Vocabulary of Philosophy, Mental, Moral and Metaphysical: With ...

1860 - 662 oldal
...But reason itself must rest at last upon authority ; for the original data of reason do not rest upon reason, but are necessarily accepted by reason on...resort, we must, perforce, philosophically admit, that bditf is the primary condition of reason, and not reason the ultimate ground of belief. We are compelled...

Kaye University Prize. An essay on the authenticity of the Book of Daniel

1864
...such matters reason itself must rest upon authority *. The original data of reason do not rest upon reason, but are necessarily accepted by reason on...are therefore in rigid propriety beliefs or trusts. It is in truth a necessary philosophical admission that belief is the primary condition of reason,...

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

David Masson - 1865 - 414 oldal
...reason on the authority of what is beyond " itself. These data are, therefore, in rigid pro" priety, Beliefs or Trusts. Thus it is that, in " the last resort, we must, perforce, philosophic" ally admit that belief is the primary condition " of reason, and not reason the ultimate...

Philosophy of Sir William Hamilton, Bart: Professor of Logic and Metaphysics ...

Sir William Hamilton - 1866 - 530 oldal
...reason itself must rest at last upon authority; for the original data of reason do not rest on rcason, but are necessarily accepted by reason on the authority...Trusts. Thus it is, that in the last resort, we must, per force, philosophically admit, that belief is the primary condition of reason, and not reason the...

Recent British Philosophy: A Review, with Criticisms

David Masson - 1867 - 273 oldal
...rests upon reason; we beliei'e what rests upon " authority? But reason itself must rest at last upon " authority; for the original data of reason do not..." is that, in the last resort, we must, perforce, philosophi" cally admit that belief is the primary condition of reason, " and not reason the ultimate...

Recent British Philosophy: A Review, with Criticisms

David Masson - 1867 - 273 oldal
...rests upon reason; we believe what rests upon " authority? But reason itself must rest at last upon " authority ; for the original data of reason do not..." is that, in the last resort, we must, perforce, philosophi" cally admit that belief is the primary condition of reason, " and not reason the ultimate...

Christianity and Greek Philosophy: Or, The Relation Between Spontaneous and ...

Benjamin Franklin Cocker - 1870 - 531 oldal
...But reason itself must rest at last upon authority ; for the original data of reason do not rest upon reason, but are necessarily accepted by reason on...Trusts. Thus it is that, in the last resort, we must, per force, philosophically admit that belief is the primary condition of reason, and not reason the...

An Examination of Sir William Hamilton's Philosophy: And of the ..., 1. kötet

John Stuart Mill - 1874
...Lectures, ii. 533, 531. t Disscitntions on Reid. p. 760. voL. I. 4 But reason itself must rest at last upon authority ; for the original data of reason do not...Trusts. Thus it is that in the last resort we must perforee philosophically admit, that belief is the primary condition of reason, and not reason the...

Hamilton

John Veitch - 1882 - 268 oldal
...what rests on reason, but believe what rests on authority.' But reason itself must at last rest on authority, for the original data of reason do not...propriety, Beliefs or Trusts. Thus it is that in the lost resort we must perforce philosophically admit that belief is the primary condition of reason,...

How Did the Universe Originate and when Did the World Become a Habitable ...

Gottlieb Christopher Henry Hasskarl - 1891 - 122 oldal
...last upon authority ; for the original data of reason do not rest upon reason, but are necessarily of what is beyond itself. These data are, therefore,...rigid propriety beliefs or trusts. Thus it is, that the last reason, we must, perforce philosophically admit, that belief is the primary condition of reason,...




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