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" He that believes, without having any reason for believing, may be in love with his own fancies ; but neither seeks truth as he ought, nor pays the obedience due to his Maker... "
The Memoirs of Charles Westcote: In which is Introduced the History of the ... - Página 255
1807 - 323 páginas
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The Works of John Locke, Esq, Volumen1

John Locke - 1722 - 640 páginas
...thing but upon good Reafon; and fo cannot beoppofite to it. He that believes, without having any Reafon for believing* may be in love with his own Fancies ; but neither feeks Truth as he ought, nor pays the Obedience due to his Maker, who would have him ufe thofe discerning...
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The Museum, Volumen2

1746 - 532 páginas
...having *' any Reafon for his believing, may be in Love with his own «' Fancies ; but neither feeks Truth as he ought, nor pays *' the Obedience due to his Maker, who would have him " ufe thofe difcerning Faculties he has given him to keep <* him out of Miitake...
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An Abridgment of Mr. Locke's Essay Concerning Human Understanding

John Wynne - 1752 - 280 páginas
...but \ipon good Reafin, and fo cannot be oppofite to it. He that believes without hiving any Reafon for Believing, may be in love with his own fancies ; but neither feeks Truth as he ought, nor pays the Obedience due to his Maker, who would have him ufe thofe difcerning...
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Letters Concerning Taste: To which are Added, Essays on Similar and Other ...

John Gilbert Cooper - 1757 - 420 páginas
..." having any Reafon for his believing, " may be in Love with his own Fancies ; " but neither feeks Truth as he ought, " nor pays the Obedience due to his " Maker, who would have him ufe thofe N 4 'c difcerning " difcerning Faculties he has given him " to keep him...
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An Essay Concerning Human Understanding, Volumen2

John Locke - 1796 - 554 páginas
...but upon good reafon ; and fo cannot be oppofite to it. He that believes, without having any reafon for believing, may be in love with his own fancies ; but neither feeks truth as he ought, nor pays the obedience due to his Maker, who would have him ufe thofe difcerning...
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THE WORKS OF JOHN LOCKE

J. JOHNSON - 1801 - 374 páginas
...is our duty, cannot be afforded to any thing but upon good reason ; and so cannot be opposite to it. He that believes, without having any reason for believing,...he ought, nor pays the obedience due to his Maker, who would have him use those discerning faculties he has given him, to keep him out of mistake and...
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An essay concerning human understanding; with Thoughts on the ..., Volumen3

John Locke - 1801 - 334 páginas
...but upon good reafon, and fo cannot be oppolite to it. He that believes, without having any reafon for believing, may be in love with his own fancies, but neither feeks truth as he ought, nor pays the obedience due to his Maker, who would have him ufe thofe difcejning...
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An Essay Concerning Human Understanding: With Thoughts on the Conduct of ...

John Locke - 1801 - 950 páginas
...but upon good reafon, and fo cannot be oppofite to it. He that believes, without having any reafon for believing, may be in love with his own fancies, but neither fceks truth as he ought, nor pays the obedience clue to his Maker, who w.ould have him ufe thofe difceniing...
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volumen132

1870 - 624 páginas
...which has made him, like Chillingworth, such a favourite opprobrium of all religious enthusiasts : ' He that believes, without having ' any reason for...ought, nor pays the ' obedience due to his Maker, who would have him use those ' discerning faculties He has given him to keep him out of mis' take and...
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An Essay Concerning Human Understanding, Volumen2

John Locke - 1805 - 508 páginas
...is our duty, cannot be afforded to any thing but upon good reason ; and so cannot be opposite to it. -He that believes, without having any reason for believing,...he ought, nor pays the obedience due to his Maker, who would have him use those discerning faculties ha has given him, to keep him out of mistake and...
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