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" Suppose that once, and only once, I smelled a tuberose in a certain room, where it grew in a pot, and gave a very grateful perfume. Next day I relate what I saw and smelled. When I attend as carefully as I can to what passes in my mind in this case, it... "
The Works of Thomas Reid; with an Account of His Life and Writings - Page 149
by Thomas Reid - 1822
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The Monthly Review, Or, Literary Journal, Volume 30

Ralph Griffiths, G. E. Griffiths - 1764
...and therefore inexplicable aâs of the mind. * Suppofe that once, and only once, I fmelled a tubcrofe in a certain room where it grew in a pot, and gave a very grateful perfume. Next day I relate what I law and fmelled. When I attend as carefully as I can to what pailes in my mind in this cafe, it appears...
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An Inquiry Into the Human Mind: On the Principles of Common Sense

Thomas Reid - 1785 - 488 pages
...inexplicable ads of the mind. C 4 Suppofe j Suppofe that once, and only once, I finelled a tuberofe in a certain room where it grew in a pot, and gave a very grateful perfume. Next day I relate what I faw and fmelled. When I attend as carefully as I can to what pafles in my mind in this cafe, it appears...
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An Inquiry Into the Human Mind: On the Principles of Common Sense

Thomas Reid - 1810 - 478 pages
...existence of the thing, memory a belief of its past existence, and imagination no belief at all, I believe no philosopher can give a shadow of reason,...and therefore inexplicable acts of the mind. Suppose Suppose that once, and only once, I smelled a tuberose in 'a certain room where it grew in a pot, and...
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An inquiry into the human mind, on the principles of common sense. With an ...

Thomas Reid - 1823
...existence of the thing, memory a belief of its past existence, and imagination no belief at all, I believe no philosopher can give a shadow of reason,...gave a very grateful perfume. Next day I relate what I saw and smelled. When I attend as carefully as I can to what passes in my mind in this case, it appears...
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An Inquiry Into the Human Mind, on the Principles of Common Sense

Thomas Reid - 1823 - 334 pages
...memory a belief of its past existence, and imagination no belief at all, I believe no philosopher oan give a shadow of reason, but that such is the nature...gave a very grateful perfume. Next day I relate what I saw and smelled. When I attend as carefully as I can to what passes in my mind in this case, it appears...
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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
...and imagination no belief at all, is what I believe no philosopher can give a shadow of reason for, but that such is the nature of these operations :...gave a very grateful perfume. Next day I relate what I saw and smelled. When I attend as carefully as I can to what passes in my mind in this case, it appears...
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The works of Thomas Reid, with selections from his unpublished letters ...

Thomas Reid - 1846
...the possibility of a ¡ 11/-˗ H. imagination no belief at all, I believe no phi osopher can give a shadow of reason, but that such is the nature of these operations : they are alt simple and original, and therefore inexplicable acts of the mind. Suppose that once, and only once,...
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History of Civilization in England, Volume 2

Henry Thomas Buckle - 1861
...memory a belief of its past existence, and imagination no belief at all, / believe no philosof her can give a shadow of reason, but that such is the...operations. They are all simple and original, and tAtrffore inexplicable acts of the mind." Reid's Inquiry, p. 40. " We can girt iw reason why the retina...
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History of Civilization in England, Volume 1

Henry Thomas Buckle - 1861
...existence, and imagination no belief at all, I believe no philosopher can give a shadow of reason, hut that such is the nature of these operations. They...original, and therefore inexplicable acts of the mind." Reid's Inquiry, p. 40. " We can qive no reason why the retina is, of all parts of the body, the only...
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Geschichte der Civilisation in England, Volume 2

Henry Thomas Buckle - 1861
...er die des gesunden Menschenverstandes nannte, als wahr erschienen.141) Diese Weigerung, vorgefasste philosopher can give a shadow of reason, but that such is the nature of these operatioTis. They are all simple and original, and therefore inexplicable acts of the mind." Reid's...
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