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" All which instances, with many others of like kind, shew that the first words of men, like their first ideas, had an immediate reference to sensible objects, and that in after-days, when they began to discern with their intellect, they took those words... "
Hermes: Or, a Philosophical Inquiry Concerning Language and Universal Grammar - ˹ 269
James Harris - 1751 - 427 ˹
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Hermes: Or, A Philosophical Inqviry Concerning Vniversal Grammar

James Harris - 1765 - 441 ˹
...the/r/ Words of Men, Ch-III. like their/fry? Ideas, had an immediate reference tofenjible ObjeSls, and that in after days, when' they began to difcern...Ideas, but either this of Metaphor, or that of Coining new Words, both which have been pradlifed by Philofophers and wife Men, according to the nature, and...

Hermes, Or, A Philosophical Inquiry Concerning Universal Grammar

James Harris - 1771 - 442 ˹
...like their^r/2 Ideas, had an immediate re-' ference to fenlible Qb'ietts, and that in afterJ / J days, when they began to difcern with their Intellect,...metaphor to intellectual Conceptions. There is indeed noMethod to exprefs new Ideas, but either this of Metaphor, or that of Coining new Words, both which...

Conjectural Observations on the Origin and Progress of Alphabetic Writing

Charles Davy - 1772 - 126 ˹
...learned author of Hermes *, had an immediate reference to fenftble ebjefti ; and men took thafe wards which they found already made, and transferred them by metaphor to intellectual conceptions. Thus IDY [tfper], expreffive of the chirping of fmall birds, fignifies any fmall bird, the fparrow,...

Hermes: Or, A Philosophical Inquiry Concerning Universal Grammar

James Harris - 1773 - 442 ˹
...ference iofenfible Obje&s, and that in afterdays, when they began to difcern with their IntelleEl, they took thofe Words, which they found already made,...Ideas, but either this of Metaphor, or that of Coining new Words, both which have been pradifed by Philofophers and wife Men, according to the nature, and...

The Origin and Progress of Writing: As Well Hieroglyphic as Elementary ...

Thomas Astle - 1784 - 235 ˹
...reference to fenfible objects; " and, in aftertimes, when men began to " difcover with their intellects, they took *' thofe words which they found already...them, by metaphor, " to intellectual conceptions." Hermes, p. 269, -: the formation of a language. The human organs are not, like thofe of moft brutes,...

Hermes: Or, A Philosophical Inquiry Concerning Universal Grammar

James Harris - 1786 - 442 ˹
...Ch.III. like their forft Ideas, had an immediate reference \Qfenfible Qbjetts, and that in afterdays, when they began to difcern with their Intellect, they...but either this of Metaphor ', or that of Coining new Words, both which have been pra&ifed by Philofophers and wife Men, according to the nature, and...

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

James Harris - 1786 - 442 ˹
...reference tofenfible Objefts, and that in afterdays, when they began to difcern with their Intelleft, they took thofe Words, which they found already made,...Ideas, but either this of Metaphor, or that of Coining new Words, both which have been pra&ifed by Philofophers and wife Men, according to the nature, and...

Encyclopædia Britannica: Or, A Dictionary of Arts ..., 8,ǹ 1

Colin Macfarquhar, George Gleig - 1797
...men, like their ßrß ideat, had an immediate reference lofenjible objeas ; and that in after duys, when they began to difcern with their intellect, they took thofe words which. they/ If a man ihou.ld utter a fentence, and to the end of it fubjoin the very general word DO, the perfon...

Hermes; Or, A Philosophical Inqviry Concerning Vniversal Grammar

James Harris - 1806 - 442 ˹
...sensible Objects, and that in afterdays, when they began to discern with their Intellect, they took those Words, which they found already made, and transferred...intellectual Conceptions. There is indeed no Method to express new Ideas, but either this of Metaphor, or that of Coining new Words, both which have been...

Hermes; Or, A Philosophical Inqviry Concerning Vniversal Grammar

James Harris - 1806 - 442 ˹
...sensible Objects., and that in afterdays, when they began to discern with their Intellect, they took those Words, which they found already made, and transferred...intellectual Conceptions. There is indeed no Method to express new Ideas, but either this of Metaphor, or that of Coining new Words, both which have been...




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