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" ... not under their senses, they were fain to borrow words from ordinary known ideas of sensation, by that means to make others the more easily to conceive those operations they experimented in themselves, which made no outward sensible appearances... "
Notes on Aristophanes and Plato - Page 217
by Thomas Gray - 1884 - 4 pages
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A System of Psychology, Volume 1

Daniel Greenleaf Thompson - Psychology - 1884 - 1032 pages
...others any operations they felt in themselves, or any other ideas that came not under their senses, they were fain to borrow words from ordinary known ideas of sensation, by that name to make others the more easily to conceive those operations they experimented in themselves, which...
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The Works of Thomas Gray in Prose and Verse: Notes on Aristophanes and Plato

Thomas Gray - 1885
...apxa.1. p. 269. TeXeioр. е¡i\j»vxov те KOJ. \oуиiov, кai o-0aipoeiSes aw/iа. Timaeus, p. 94. " This is the fundamental principle of Aristotle's ethicks,...are made the subject of his ridicule. L. 2. p. 59. 3 Ami» K>U avvairiov, Terms also used by the Pythagoreans. Vid. Timaeum Locrum in principio. NOTE. 1....
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The Science of Language: Founded on Lectures Delivered at the ..., Volume 2

Friedrich Max Müller - Comparative linguistics - 1891 - 764 pages
...others any operations they felt in themselves, or any other ideas that come not under their senses, they were fain to borrow words from ordinary known ideas...others the more easily to conceive those operations they experimented in themselves, which made no outward sensible appearances ; and then, when they had...
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The Philosophical Works of John Locke, Volume 2

John Locke - Philosophy - 1892 - 572 pages
...others any operations they felt in themselves, or any other ideas that came nut under their senses, they were fain to borrow words from ordinary known ideas...others the more easily to conceive those operations they ezI«rimented in themselves, which made no outward sensible appearances ; and then, when they...
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An Essay Concerning Human Understanding, Volume 2

John Locke - Knowledge, Theory of - 1894 - 516 pages
...came not under their senses, they were fain to borrow words from ordinary known ideas of sensation 3, by that means to make others the more easily to conceive those operations they experimented in themselves, which made no outward sensible appearances ; and then, when they had...
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Suggestions Toward an Applied Science of Sociology

Edward Payson Payson - Sociology - 1898 - 264 pages
...others any operations they felt in themselves, or any other ideas that come not under their senses, they were fain to borrow words from ordinary known ideas...others the more easily to conceive those operations they experimented in themselves, which made no outward sensible appearances ; and then, when they had...
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The English Language: Volume 1, Essays by English and American Men of ...

W. F. Bolton - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1966 - 244 pages
...any Operations they felt in themselves, or any other Ideas, that came not under their Senses, they were fain to borrow Words from ordinary known Ideas...others the more easily to conceive those Operations they experimented in themselves, which made no outward sensible appearances; and then when they had...
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Ideas, Qualities and Corpuscles: Locke and Boyle on the External World

Peter Alexander - Science - 1985 - 362 pages
...Names, that might make known to others any Operations they felt in themselves, or any other Ideas, that came not under their Senses, . . . were fain to borrow...others the more easily to conceive those Operations they experimented [sc. experienced] in themselves, which made no outward sensible appearances . . ....
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The Rhetoric of Empiricism: Language and Perception from Locke to I.A. Richards

Jules David Law - Literary Criticism - 1993 - 282 pages
...any Operations they felt in themselves, or any other Ideas, that came not under their Senses, they were fain to borrow Words from ordinary known Ideas...others the more easily to conceive those Operations they experimented in themselves, which made no outward sensible appearances; (3.1.5) 27 The locus classicus...
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The Collected Works of Dugald Stewart, Volume 1

Dugald Stewart, John Veitch - Philosophy - 1854 - 660 pages
...others any operations they felt in themselves, or any other ideas that came not under their senses, they were fain to borrow words from ordinary known ideas...others the more easily to conceive those operations they experienced in themselves, which made no outward sensible appearances ; and then, when they had...
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