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" I say, then, that we have the knowledge of our own existence by intuition; of the existence of God by demonstration; and of other things by sensation. "
The Scientific and Literary Treasury: A New and Popular Encyclopedia of the ... - Page 259
by Samuel Maunder - 1843 - 832 pages
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An essay concerning human understanding ... With the notes and illustrations ...

John Locke - 1853 - 12 pages
...concerning our knowledge of the existence of things, and how we come by it. I say then, that we have the knowledge of our own existence by intuition ;...demonstration ; and of other things by sensation. 3. Our knowledge of our own existence is intuitive. — As for our own existence, we perceive it so...
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Locke's essays. An essay concerning human understanding. And A treatise on ...

John Locke - 1854 - 536 pages
...concerning our knowledge of the existence of things, and how we come by it. I say then, that we have the knowledge of our own existence by intuition ;...demonstration ; and of other things by sensation. SECT. 3. Our knowledge of our own existence is intuitive. — As for 01 r own existence, we perceive...
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The Works of John Locke: Philosophical Works, with a Preliminary ..., Volume 2

John Locke, James Augustus St. John - Metaphysics - 1854 - 1068 pages
...concerning our knowledge of the existence of things, and how we come by it. I say, then, that we have the knowledge of our own existence by intuition •...demonstration ; and of other things by sensation. 3. Our Knowledge of our own Existence is Intuitive. — As for our own existence, we perceive it so...
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The Voice of truth; or, Strict baptists' magazine, Volume 8

1863 - 854 pages
...NATURE. EXISTENCE is a simple idea which we obtain through consciousness and observation. We have a knowledge of our own existence by intuition ; of the...demonstration ; and of other things by sensation. Whatever exists is called a being; whatever is contained in the general idea of a being is denominated...
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The British Quarterly Review, Volume 5

Henry Allon - Christianity - 1847
...concerning our knowledge of the existence of things, and how we came by it. I say, then, that we have the knowledge of our own existence by intuition ;...demonstration ; and of other things by sensation.' — I. 303. ' Thus, from the consideration of ourselves, and what we infallibly find in our own constitutions,...
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Philosophical Works: An essay concerning human understanding, book III-IV ...

John Locke - Philosophy - 1877 - 542 pages
...concerning our knowledge of the existence of things, and how we come by it. I say, then, that we have the knowledge of our own existence by intuition ;...existence of God by demonstration; and of other things b\ sensation. 3. Our Knowledge of our own Existence is Intuitive. — As for our own existence, we...
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An Essay Concerning Human Understanding: With the Notes and Illustrations of ...

John Locke - 1879 - 722 pages
...concerning our knowledge of the existence of things, and how we come by it. I say then, that we have the knowledge of our own existence by intuition ;...demonstration ; and of other things by sensation. 3. Our knowledge of our own existence ia intuitive. — As for our own existence, we perceive it so...
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Six thousand illustrations of moral and religious truths

Cyclopaedia - 1885 - 1120 pages
...blood preventing it from acting properly on the brain. Timbs, EXISTENCE— Definition of. Existence is the state of being, or having an actual essence. Mr....intuition ; of the existence of God by demonstration ; of other things by formation. Ať for our own existence, continues he, we perceive it so plainly,...
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The Philosophy of Locke: In Extracts from The Essay Concerning Human ...

John Locke - Knowledge, Theory of - 1891 - 160 pages
...concerning our knowledge of the existence of things, and how we come by it. I say then, that we have the knowledge of our own existence by intuition ;...other things by sensation. As for our own existence, we perceive it so plainly and so certainly that it neither needs nor is capable of any proof. For nothing...
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The Philosophical Works of John Locke, Volume 2

John Locke - Philosophy - 1892
...concerning our knowledge of the existence of things, and how we come by it. I say, then, that we have the knowledge of our own existence by intuition; of...demonstration ; and of other things by sensation. 3. Our Knowledge of our own Existence is Intuitive. — As for our own existence, we perceive it so...
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