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" There is nothing appears so clearly an object of the mind or intellect only as the future does, since we can find no place for its existence any where else : not but the same, if we consider, is equally true of the past ." "Well, co on What stops... "
Hermes: Or, a Philosophical Inquiry Concerning Language and Universal Grammar - ˹ 112
James Harris - 1751 - 427 ˹
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Hermes: Or, A Philosophical Inqviry Concerning Vniversal Grammar

James Harris - 1765 - 441 ˹
...Strath* Et facile exiftimari potf/i, Prudentiam effe quodammodo Dimnatianem. Corn. Nep. in Vit. Attici. There is nothing appears fo clearly an object of the...its exiftence any where elfe. Not but the fame, if weconfider, is equally true of the Pajl. For tho' it may have once had another kind of being, when...

The Lady's Magazine: Or, Entertaining Companion for the Fair Sex ...

1829
...intellect, he means nothing but anticipation and memory. ' There is nothing,' he says, ' which appears so clearly an object of the mind or intellect only, as the future does, since we can find no place for its existence any where else ; not but the same, if we consider, is...

Hermes Or a Philosophical Inqviry Concerning Vniversal Grammar: By Iames ...

James Harris - 1786 - 442 ˹
...Strain. Et facile exiftimari potf/f, Prudentiam effe quodantmoda Divinatianem. Corn. Nep. in Vit. Atticf. There is nothing appears fo clearly an object of the...place for its exiftence any where elfe. Not but the time, if we confider, is equally true of the Paji. For tho' it rhay have once had another kind of being,...

Hermes: Or, A Philosophical Inquiry Concerning Universal Grammar

James Harris - 1794 - 442 ˹
...appears fo clearly an obje£t of the MIND of INTELLECT only, as the Future does, flnce we can find n6 place for its exiftence any where elfe. Not but the fame, if we confidar, is equally true of the Pajl. For the' it may have once had another kind of being, when (according...

Essay on Irish Bulls

Richard Lovell Edgeworth, Maria Edgeworth - 1803 - 308 ˹
...Then reat it loud, you plockit." . . _ ' Dominick read aloud " There is nothing appears so dearly an object of the mind or intellect only as the future does, since we can find no place for it's existence any where else! not but ,the same, if we consider, is...

The gleaner; or, Entertainment for the fire-side [compiled by J. Watson].

Gleaner - 1805
...not understand. "Then reat it loud, you plockit." Dominick read aloud "There is nothing appears .10 clearly an object of the mind, or intellect, only, as the future does: since we can find no place for its existence, any where else not but the same, if we consider, is equally...

Hermes; Or, A Philosophical Inqviry Concerning Vniversal Grammar

James Harris - 1806 - 442 ˹
...potest, Prudtntiam esse quodammodo Divinationem. Corn. Nep. in Vit. Attici. t There is nothing appears so clearly an object of the MIND or INTELLECT only, as the Future does, since we can find no place for its existence any where else. Not but the same, if we consider, is equally...

Essay on Irish bulls, by R. L. and M. Edgeworth

Richard Lovell Edgeworth - 1808 - 280 ˹
...understand" Then reat it loud, you plockit." . Dominick read aloud " There is nothing afifiears so clearly an object of the mind or intellect only as the future does, since we can find no place for it's existence any where else: not but the same, if we consider, is...

The Lady's Miscellany, Or, Weekly Visitor, for the Use and ..., 14-15

1811
...understand. 1 Then read it aloud, you plockit.'' Dominick readjfaloud ' There is nothing afificars so clearly an object of the mind or intellect only as the future does, since we can find no place for its existence any where else, but not the tame, if we consider is equally...

A Philosophical and Practical Grammar of the English Language

Noah Webster - 1822 - 223 ˹
...often used as a substitute for persons and sentences or parts of a sentence; as " Nothing appears so clearly an object of the mind or intellect only, as the future does, since we can find no place for its existence any where else. Not but the same, if we consider, is equally...




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