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" For this reason, and for no other, viz, that, when we come to inspect the watch, we perceive (what we could not discover in the stone) that its several parts are framed and put together for a purpose, eg that they are so formed and adjusted as to produce... "
The Shrewsbury Edition of the Works of Samuel Butler: Evolution, old and new - Page 10
by Samuel Butler - 1924
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Development of English Literature and Language

Alfred Hix Welsh - English language - 1882
...as in the first? For this reason, and for no other, viz: that, when wo come to inspect the ivatch, we perceive (what we could not discover in the stone) that its several par!** are framed and put together for a purpose, t. ij. that they are. so formed and adjusted as to...
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Development of English Literature and Language, Volume 2

Alfred Hix Welsh - English language - 1883
...second case, as in the first? For this reason, and for no other, viz: that, when we come to inspect the watch, we perceive (what we could not discover...parts had been differently shaped from what they are, or placed after any other manner, or in any other order than that in which they are placed, either...
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Development of English Literature and Language, Volumes 1-2

Alfred Hix Welsh - English language - 1882
...thi* reason, and for no other, viz: that, when we conn- to inspect the watch, we perceive (what \ve could not discover in the stone) that its several parts are framed and put together for a purpose, tg that they are so formed and adjusted as to produce motion, and that motion so regulated as to point...
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Our Rest-day: Its Origin, History, and Claims, with Special Reference to ...

Thomas Hamilton - Sabbath - 1886 - 179 pages
...anything I knew the watch might always have been there. For when we come to inspect the watch, we perceive that its several parts are framed and put together...as to point out the hour of the day ; that if the several parts had been differently shaped from what they are, of a different size from what they are,...
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The Foundations of Zo÷logy

William Keith Brooks - Biology - 1899 - 339 pages
...the second case as in the first? For this reason, and for no other, viz. that when we come to inspect the watch we perceive (what we could not discover...so regulated as to point out the hour of the day." Whether it is or is not possible to prove intention without proving contrivance, I do not believe one...
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Methodist Review, Volume 31

1849
...absurdity of this answer. But suppose I had found a watch upon the ground, and when we come to inspect the watch we perceive (what we could not discover in the stone) that the several parts are framed and put together for a purpose, — for example, that they are so formed...
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God, Freedom, and Evil

Alvin Plantinga - Religion - 1977 - 112 pages
...second case, as in the first 7 For this reason, and for no other, viz., that, when we come to inspect the watch, we perceive (what we could not discover...as to point out the hour of the day; that, if the several parts had been differently shaped from what they are, of a different size from what they are,...
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Classical Readings in Christian Apologetics, A.D. 100-1800, Parts 100-1800

L. Russ Bush - Religion - 1983 - 386 pages
...second case, as in the first? For this reason and for no other, viz. that, when we come to inspect the watch, we perceive (what we could not discover...framed and put together for a purpose, eg that they are formed and adjusted as to produce motion, and that motion so regulated as to point out the hour of...
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Science and Religion in the 19th Century

Cosslett, Graham Storey - Literary Criticism - 1984 - 249 pages
...second case, as in the first? For this reason, and for no other, viz. that, when we come to inspect the watch, we perceive (what we could not discover...as to point out the hour of the day; that, if the several parts had been differently shaped from what they are, of a different size from what they are,...
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Return to Reason: A Critique of Enlightenment Evidentialism and a Defense of ...

Kelly James Clark - Philosophy - 1990 - 158 pages
...Kant, Critique of Pure Reason, trans. NK Smith (New York: St. Martin's, 1965), A 623, B 651. inspect the watch, we perceive (what we could not discover...of the day; that, if the different parts had been differendy shaped from what they are, if a different size from what they are, or placed after any other...
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