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" When we entertain, therefore, any suspicion that a philosophical term is employed without any meaning or idea (as is but too frequent), we need but enquire, from what impression is that supposed idea derived? And if it be impossible to assign any, this... "
The Monthly Magazine - Page 475
1798
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Essays and Treatises on Several Subjects

David Hume - 1758 - 568 pages
...eafy to fall into any error or miftake with regard to them. When we entertain therefore any fufpicion, that a philofophical term is employed without any meaning or idea (as is but too frequent) we need but enquire, fnm what impreßw is that fuppofed idea derived? And if it be impoffible...
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Essays and treatises on several subjects, Volume 1

David Hume - 1760 - 312 pages
...eafy to fall into any error or miftake with regard to them. When we entertain therefore any fufpicion, that a philofophical term is employed without any meaning or idea (as is but too frequent) we need but enquire, from tiibat imprejjion is fbat fujpofed idea derived? And if it be impoffible...
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Essays and Treatises on Several Subjects: In Two Volumes

David Hume - 1804 - 554 pages
...error or mistake with regard to them. When we entertain, therefore, any suspicion, fhat a philosophical term is employed without any meaning or idea (as is but too frequent), we need but inquire, from ivhqt impression is that supposed idea derived ? And if it be...
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Philosophical Works, Volume 4

David Hume - 1854 - 576 pages
...error or mistake with regard to them. When we entertain, therefore, any suspicion that a philosophical term is employed without any meaning or idea, (as is but too frequent,) we need but inquire, from what impression is that supposed idea derived? And if it be impossible...
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The History of Philosophy: From Thales to Comte, Volume 2

George Henry Lewes - 1871 - 798 pages
...any error or mistake regarding them. When we entertain, therefore, any suspicion that a philosophical term, is employed without any meaning or idea (as is but too frequent), we need but inquire, from what impression is that idea derived ? And if it be impossible...
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The Principles of Psychology: Special analysis. General analysis. Corollaries

Herbert Spencer - 1872 - 664 pages
...winds up the Section by saying : — " When we entertain, therefore, any suspicion that a philosophical term is employed without any meaning or idea, (as is but too frequent), we need but inquire, from what impression is that supposed idea derived ? And if it be impossible...
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The Principles of psychology, Volume 2

Herbert Spencer - 1873 - 678 pages
...winds up the Section by saying : — " When we entertain, therefore, any suspicion that a philosophical term is employed without any meaning or idea, (as is but too frequent), we need but inquire, from what impre&ion is that supposed idea derived f And if it bo impossible...
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The Principles of Psychology, Volume 2

Herbert Spencer - 1873 - 670 pages
...winds up the Section by saying : — " When we entertain, therefore, any suspicion that a philosophical term is employed without any meaning or idea, (as is but too frequent), we need but inquire, from what impression is that supposed idea derived ? And if it bo impossible...
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The Principles of Psychology, Volume 2

Herbert Spencer - 1882
...the Section by saying : — • " When we entertain, therefore, any suspicion that a philosophical term is employed without any meaning or idea, (as is but too frequent), wo need hut inquire, from what impression is that supposed idea derived f And if it bo impossible...
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Scottish Philosophy: A Comparison of the Scottish and German Answers to Hume

Andrew Seth Pringle-Pattison - 1885 - 264 pages
...impression which gives rise to every real idea. . . . When we entertain any suspicion that a philosophical term is employed without any meaning or idea (as is but too frequent), we need but inquire from what impression is that supposed idea derived? . . . Does it arise...
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