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" If a discourse on the use of the parts of the body may be considered as an hymn to the Creator ; the use of the passions, which are the organs of the mind, cannot be barren of praise to him... "
The Works of Thomas Reid; with an Account of His Life and Writings - Page 336
by Thomas Reid - 1822
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The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke: A vindication of natural ...

Edmund Burke - 1756
...the variety of the passions is great, and worthy, in every branch of that variety, of an attentive investigation. The more accurately we search into the human mind, the stronger traces we everywhere find of His wisdom who made it. If a discourse on the use of the parts of the body may be...
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Further Thoughts on the Present State of Public Opinion: Being a ...

John Penn - 1800 - 185 pages
...endeavours to teach what every man, as he grows older, becomes more confirmed in his persuasion of, that " THE MORE ACCURATELY WE SEARCH INTO THE HUMAN MIND,...TRACES WE EVERY WHERE FIND OF HIS WISDOM WHO MADE IT."* Burke Sublime and Beautiful. !.;i:; .f:--' ..!..: ni.j . ... I ...- .r.. v;.....
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Maxims and opinions, moral, political and economical, with characters, from ...

Edmund Burke - 1804
...the greatest proficiency in those sciences will always have the appearance of something illiberal. The more accurately we search into the human mind,...use of the parts of the body may be considered as an hymn to the Creator ; the use of the passions, which are the organs of the mind, cannot be barren...
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The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Volume 1

Edmund Burke - 1806
...though the variety of the passions is great, and worthy in every branch of that variety of an attentive investigation. The more accurately we search into...use of the parts of the body may be considered as an hymn to the Creator j the use of the passions, which are the organs of the mind, cannot be barren...
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An ethical treatise on the passions, founded on the principles investigated ...

Thomas Cogan - 1807 - 495 pages
...1 The variety of the Passions is great, and worthy in eTery branch of, that variety of an attentive investigation. The more accurately we. search into...traces we every where find of His wisdom who made it." rjurl-r' , in the CllKlimA inA Rnvll 1 1 flit Burke on the Sublime and Beautiful . BATH: PRINTED AND...
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An ethical treatise on the passions, founded on the principles investigated ...

Thomas Cogan - 1807
...great, and worthy in every branch of that variety of an attentive investigation. The more accurateiy we search into the human mind, the stronger traces we every where find f His wisdom who made it." Burke on the Subiime and Beautifui. BATH: PRINTED AND SOLD BY HAZARD...
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The Sunday school repository; or, teachers' magazine

1813
...mental Philosophy, is thus pointed out by Biirkf, in his Essay on the " Sublime and Beautiful'" The more accurately we search into the human mind, the stronger traces we everywhere find of His WISDOM, who made it. If a discourse on the use of the parts of the body may...
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The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke: With a Portrait ..., Volume 1

Edmund Burke - 1823
...the variety of the passions is great, and worthy, in every branch of that variety, of an attentive investigation. The more accurately we search into the human mind, the stronger traces we everywhere find of His wisdom who made it. If a discourse on the use of the parts of the body may be...
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The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Volume 1

Edmund Burke - 1826
...though the variety of the passions is great, and worthy in every branch of that variety of an attentive investigation. The more accurately we search into the human mind, the stronger traces \ve every where find of his wisdom who made it. If a discourse on the use of the parts of the body...
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The Works of Edmund Burke

Edmund Burke - 1834
...variety of the passions is ¿''.it, and worthy, in every branch of that variety, <-f an attentive investigation. The more accurately we search into...use of the parts of the body may be considered as an hymn to the Creator; the use of the passions, which are the organs of the mind, cannot be barren...
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