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" The true conclusion is, that the original source of all things is entirely indifferent to all these principles, and has no more regard to good above ill than to heat above cold, or to drought above moisture, or to light above heavy. "
The Philosophical Works of David Hume ... - Página 510
por David Hume - 1826
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Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion

David Hume - 1779 - 264 páginas
...conclufion is, that the original Source of all things is entirely indifferent to all thefe principles ; and has no more regard to good above ill, than to heat above cold, or to drought above moifture, or to light above heavy. THERE may four hypothefes be framed concerning the firft caufes...
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An Attempt to Prove the Existence and Absolute Perfection of the Supreme ...

Hugh Hamilton - 1784 - 202 páginas
...fource of all things is *' entirely indifferent to all thefe principles, " and ' • [ 3* I. ** and has no more regard to good above ** ill, than to heat above cold, or light above ** heavy. And that by far the moft pro-' " bable hypothecs feems to be, that the " caufes...
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An inquiry concerning human understanding. A dissertation on the passions ...

David Hume - 1788
...that the original Source -of all things is entirely indifferent to all thefe principles ; and h . . no more regard to good above ill, than to heat above cold, or to drought above moifture, or to light above heavy. There may four hypothefes be framed concerning the firft caufes...
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Plutarchus, and Theophrastus, on Superstition; with Various Appendices, and ...

1828
...maimed and abortive children" (p. 553). "The true conclusion is, that the original source of all things has no more regard to good above ill, than to heat above cold, — " (p. 554). Thomas Paine, in his celebrated Age of 'Reason,' says: " Do we want to know what God...
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GPerì deisidaimonías@. Plutarchus, and Theophrastus, on supersition; with [a ...

Plutarchus - 1828
...and abortive children" (p. 553). "The true conclusion is, that the original source of all things --- has no more regard to good above ill, than to heat above cold, — " (p. 554). Thomas Paine, in his celebrated Age of Reason,9 says: "Do we want to know what God...
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the method of the divine government physical and moral

rev. james m'cosh - 1851
...upon a survey such as we have presented, to shut us up into one or other of four hypotheses regarding the first causes of the universe. " That* they are...malice, that they have neither goodness nor malice. Mixed phenomena can never prove the two former, unmixed principles, and the uniformity and steadiness...
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The Method of the Divine Government, Physical and Moral

James McCosh - 1851 - 512 páginas
...up into one or other of four hypotheses regarding the first causes of the universe. " That they arc endowed with perfect goodness, that they have perfect...malice, that they have neither goodness nor malice. Mixed phenomena can never prove the two former, unmixed principles, and the uniformity and steadiness...
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Philosophical Works of David Hume, Volumen2

David Hume - 1854
...I am Sceptic enough to allow, that the bad appearances, notwithstanding all my reasonings, may yb^^ than to heat above cold, or to drought above moisture,...framed concerning the first causes of the universe : thai they are endowed with perfect goodness ; that they have perfect malice ; that they are opposite,...
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The Method of the Divine Government, Physical and Moral

James McCosh - 1863 - 546 páginas
...as we have presented, to shut us up into one or other of four hypotheses regarding the first onuses of the universe. " That they are endowed with perfect...goodness and malice, that they have neither goodness uor malice. Mixed phenomena can never prove the two former ; unmixed principles, and the uniformity...
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The Method of the Divine Government: Physical and Moral

James McCosh - 1874 - 549 páginas
...up into one or other of four hypotheses regarding the first causes of the universe. " That they arc endowed with perfect goodness, that they have perfect...malice, that they are opposite and have both goodness nnd malice, that they have neither goodness nor malice. Mixed phenomena can never prove the two former;...
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