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An inquiry into the human mind, on the principles of common sense. With an ... - Page 3
by Thomas Reid - 1823
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volume 126

1867
...curious and wonderful,' which we can only understand by a careful examination of its several parts. ' All that we know of the body is owing to ' anatomical...that we can discover its powers and ' principles.'* Stewart is full of the same comparison between physical and mental science. As the former was rescued...
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The Works of Thomas Reid; with an Account of His Life and Writings, Volume 1

Thomas Reid - 1822
...free and candid examination ; especially in this fge, when it hath produced a system of skepticism, that seems to triumph over all science, and even over...anatomical dissection and observation, and it must be by anatomy of the mind that we can discover its powers and principles. SECTION II. THE IMPEDIMENTS TO...
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An Inquiry Into the Human Mind, on the Principles of Common Sense

Thomas Reid - 1823 - 334 pages
...; hut as neither of these titles can give it authenticity, they ought not to screen it from a free and candid examination ; especially in this age, when...dictates of common sense. All that we know of the hody is owing to anatomical dissection and ohservation, and it must he hy an anatomy of the mind, that...
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Essays on the Active Powers of the Human Mind: An Inquiry Into the Human ...

Thomas Reid, Dugald Stewart - 1843 - 599 pages
...; but as neither of these titles can give it authenticity, they ought not to screen it from a free and candid examination ; especially in this age, when...mind that we can discover its powers and principles.] II. The impediments to our knowledge of the mind. But it must be acknowledged, that this kind of...
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Medical and physiological problems, by W. and D. Griffin

1845
...daily arising from the rapid improvements in physiology. " All that we know of the body," says Reid, " is owing to anatomical dissection and observation...that we can discover its powers and principles,'' as if those powers or principles, studied without reference to the organs with which they are connected...
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The works of Thomas Reid, with selections from his unpublished letters ...

Thomas Reid - 1846
...received.; but, as neither of these titles cau give it authenticity, they ought not to screen it from a free and candid examination ; especially in this age, when...science, and even over the dictates of common sense. 11 that we know of the body, is owing to anatomical dissection and observation, and it must be by...
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The Christian Philosopher & Metaphysician: A Series of Tracts, to be ...

John Lord - 1852
...one, are with no less wisdom adapted to their several ends than the organs of the other. Now as all we know of the body is owing to anatomical dissection and observation, so it must be by the anatomy of the mind that we can discover its powers and principles." Vol....
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A Course of English Literature

James Hannay - 1866 - 331 pages
...senses of Smelling, Tasting, Hearing, Touch, and Seeing. " All that we know of the body," says Reid, " is owing to anatomical dissection and observation,...mind that we can discover its powers and principles." A brief summary of the chapter on Smelling will sufficiently illustrate Reid's point of view. He begins...
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The Philosophy of Reid as Contained in the "Inquiry Into the Human Mind on ...

Thomas Reid - 1892 - 367 pages
...received; but, as neither of these titles can give it authenticity, they ought not to screen it from a free and candid examination; especially in this age, when...mind that we can discover its powers and principles. Section II. THE IMPEDIMENTS TO OUR KNOWLEDGE OF THE MIND. But it must be acknowledged, that this kind...
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Selections from the Scottish Philosophy of Common Sense

George Alexander Johnston - 1911 - 267 pages
...; but, as neither of these titles can give it authenticity, they ought not to screen it from a free and candid examination ; especially in this age, when...mind that we can discover its powers and principles. 2. THE IMPEDIMENTS TO OUR KNOWLEDGE OF THE MIND But it must be acknowledged, that this kind of anatomy...
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