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" Probable evidence is essentially distinguished from demonstrative by this, that it admits of degrees; and of all variety of them, from the highest moral certainty, to the very lowest presumption. We cannot indeed say a thing is probably true upon one... "
The analogy of religion, natural and revealed, to the constitution and ... - Page i
by Joseph Butler (bp. of Durham.) - 1740
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An Essay on the Composition of a Sermon, Volume 2

Jean Claude - Preaching - 1782
...evidence, fays one of our beft reafoning divines, is eiil'iuially diilinguifhed from demonftrative by this, that it admits of degrees; and of all variety of them, from the higheli moral certainty to the very loweft preemption - - That the fligiuelt poffible prefumption is...
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An Essay on the Composition of a Sermon, Volume 2

Jean Claude - Preaching - 1782
...evidence, fays one of our beft reafoning divines, is eflential'y dilti.ifuifhed from demonftrative y this, that it admits of degrees; and of all variety of them, from the highell moral certainty to the very loweft prefumpri m - - That the flighted poffible prefuraption...
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Works: To which is Prefixed a Life of the Author, Volume 1

Joseph Butler - 1804
...344 CONCLUSION, 361 INTRODUCTION. PROBABLE evidence is essentially distinguished from demonstrative by this, that it admits of degrees, and of all variety of them, from the highest moral certainty, to the very lowest presumption. We cannot, indeed, say a thing is probably...
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The Works of Joseph Butler ...: To which is Prefixed a Life of the Author ...

Joseph Butler - Sermons, English - 1813
...Dissert. 1 373 II. . . 385 INTRODUCTION. PROBABLE evidence is essentially distinguished from demonstrative by this, that it admits of degrees, and of all variety of them, from the highest moral certainty, to the very lowest presumption. We cannot, indeed, say a thing is probably...
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The Analogy of Religion, Natural and Revealed, to the Constitution and ...

Joseph Butler - Analogy (Religion) - 1819 - 239 pages
...of Durham, 1751 225 INTRODUCTION. PROBABLE evidence is essentially distinguished from demonstrative by this, that it admits of degrees; and of all variety of them, from the highest moral certainty, to the very lowest presumption. We cannot indeed say a thing is probably true...
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The Analogy of Religion, Natural and Revealed, to the Constitution and ...

Joseph Butler - Analogy (Religion) - 1820 - 239 pages
...of Durham, 1751 225 INTRODUCTION. PROBABLE evidence is essentially distinguished from demonstrative by this, that it admits of degrees; and of all variety of them, from the highest moral certainty, to the very lowest presumption. We cannot indeed aay a thing is probably true...
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A treatise on the nature and causes of doubt in religious questions [by D.B ...

David Bristow Baker - Religion - 1831 - 194 pages
...the following will well explain. "Probable evidence is essentially distinguished from demonstrative by this, that it admits of degrees, and of all variety of them, from the highest moral certainty, to the very lowest presumption—it affords in its very nature but an imperfect...
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The Apology of an Officer, for Withdrawing from the Profession of Arms ...

Thomas Thrush - Peace - 1833 - 272 pages
...Religion, says: " Probable evidence is essentially distinguished from demonstrative by this,—that it admits of degrees; and of all variety of them, from the highest moral certainty, to the very lowest presumption. We cannot indeed say a thing is probably true...
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Apologetics - 1834
...CUPAH, FIPB, July, 1834. INTRODUCTION. PEOBABLE evidence is essentially distinguished from demonstrative by this, that it admits of degrees, and of all variety of them, from the highest moral certainty, to the very lowest presumption. We cannot, indeed, say a thing is probably...
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The Evidence and Authority of Divine Revelation: Being a View of ..., Volume 1

Robert Haldane - Bible - 1834
...that he wrote commentaries of many * Probable evidence is essentially distinguished from demonstrative by this, that it admits of degrees, and of all variety of them, from the very lowest presumption to the highest moral certainty. of his exploits ; and that he gave rise to...
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