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An inquiry into the human mind, on the principles of common sense. With an ... - Page 77
by Thomas Reid - 1823
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An Inquiry Into the Human Mind: On the Principles of Common Sense

Thomas Reid - 1810 - 478 pages
...and, since we cannot get rid of the vulgar notion and belief of an external world, to reconcile our reason to it as well as we can : for if Reason should...yoke, she cannot throw it off; if she will not be the I 3 servant servant of Common Sense, she must be her slave. In order, therefore, to reconcile reason...
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The Works of Thomas Reid ...: With Account of His Life and Writings, Volume 1

Thomas Reid - 1818
...it as well as we ean : for if Reason should stomaeh and fret ever so mueh at this yoke, she eannot throw it off; if she will not be the servant of Common...Sense, she must be her slave. In order, therefore, to reeoneile reason to eommon sense in this matter, I beg leave to offer to the eonsideration of philosophers...
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The Works of Thomas Reid; with an Account of His Life and Writings, Volume 1

Thomas Reid - 1822
...get rid of the vulgar notion and belief of an external world, to reconcile our reason to it as weli as we can : for if Reason should stomach and fret...order, therefore, to reconcile reason to common sense ill this matter, I beg leave to offer to the consideration of philosophers these two observations....
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An Inquiry Into the Human Mind, on the Principles of Common Sense

Thomas Reid - 1823 - 334 pages
...the vulgar notion and belief of an external world, to reconcile our reason to it as veil as we Cltn ; for if Reason should stomach and fret ever so much...the servant of Common Sense, she must be her slave. r In order, therefore, to reconcile reason to common sense in this matter, I beg leave to offer to...
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Letters on the Philosophy of the Human Mind: 1st-2d series

Samuel Bailey - 1855
...and since we cannot get rid of the vulgar notion and belief of an external world, to reconcile our reason to it as well as we can ; for if Reason should...not be the servant of Common Sense, she must be her slave."f In the following extract there is also an attribution of superiority, as well as a description...
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A Treatise Concerning the Principles of Human Knowledge

George Berkeley - 1874 - 424 pages
...Works (Hamilton), 283. S Intel. Powers, Essay II., chap. xi. must stoop to its orders.' ' If Reason will not be the servant of Common Sense, she must be her slave.'1 5: HENRY HOME, OF KAMES (1696-1782), supposes 'the foundation of this terrible doctrine...
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MIND A QUARTERLY REVIEW OF PSYCHOLOGY AND PHILOSOPHY

GEORGE CROOM ROBERTSON - 1882
...ami, since we cannot get rid of the vulgar notion and belief of an extemal world, to reconcile our reason to it as well as we can ; for if Reason should...the servant of Common Sense, she must be her slave" (Works, p. 127 b). As thus regarded, an intuitive principle, or (to express it fully) a principle the...
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The Logic of Definition: Explained and Applied

William Leslie Davidson - 1885 - 353 pages
...and since we cannot get rid of the vulgar notion and belief of an external world, to reconcile our reason to it as well as we can ; for if Reason should...if she will not be the servant of Common Sense, she needs must be her slave" ( Works, p. 127 V). As thus regarded, an intuitive principle, or (to express...
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Philosophical Works

Thomas Reid, William Hamilton, Harry M. Bracken, Thomas Reid, Sir William Hamilton
...and, since we cannot get rid of the vulgar notion and belief of an external world, to reconcile our O& W@i 1 A A u% Qh @ild f3` C lAR N... s ; @ ,qʤ [ 3 ) h* 7 ͱ,R M } { e [127]. The Common Sense to which Reid would restore us, -unlike that of Berkeley, is constituted by...
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The Philosophy of Thomas Reid

M.T. Dalgarno, E.H. Matthews - 1989 - 491 pages
...draws in I between common sense and reason is especially clear in such passages as: if she [Reason] will not be the servant of Common Sense, she must be her slave. (I, V, vii Works, p. 127; cf. II, v Works, p. 108). Stewart suggests (op.cit. , I iii, p. 85) that...
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