Search Images Maps Play YouTube News Gmail Drive More »
Sign in
Books Books
" To conclude this consideration of the imperfection and abuse of language; the ends of language in our discourse with others being chiefly these three: first, to make known one man's thoughts or ideas to another; secondly, to do it with as much ease and... "
An Essay Towards a Practical English Grammar: Describing the Genius and ... - Page 38
by James Greenwood - 1753 - 339 pages
Full view - About this book

The Handbook of Oratory: A Cyclopedia of Authorities on Oratory as an Art ...

William Vincent Byars - 1901 - 614 pages
...man's thoughts or ideas to another; secondly, to do it with as much ease and quickness as possible; and, thirdly, thereby to convey the knowledge of things: language is either abused or deficient when it fails of any of these three. Firstly, words fail in the first of these...
Full view - About this book

The Cyclopedia of Oratory: A Handbook of Authorities on Oratory as an Art ...

W. V. Byars - 1901 - 616 pages
...man's thoughts or ideas to another; secondly, to do it with as much ease and quickness as possible; and, thirdly, thereby to convey the knowledge of things: language is either abused or deficient when it fails of any of these three. Firstly, words fail in the first of these...
Full view - About this book

The Locke Reader: Selections from the Works of John Locke with a General ...

John W. Yolton - 1977 - 364 pages
...man's thoughts or ideas to another; secondly, to do it with as much ease and quickness as is possible; and, thirdly, thereby to convey the knowledge of things: language is either abused or deficient, when it fails of any of these three. First, words fail in the first of these ends,...
Limited preview - About this book

The Rhetoric of Berkeley's Philosophy

Peter Walmsley - 1990 - 236 pages
...Man's Thoughts or Ideas to another. Secondly, To do it with as much ease and quickness, as is possible; and Thirdly, Thereby to convey the Knowledge of Things. Language is either abused, or deficient, when it fails in any of these Three.3 In concluding his account 'Of the Abuse...
Limited preview - About this book

Begründung und Begriff: Wandlungen des Verständnisses ..., Volume 3

Arno Ros - 1989 - 374 pages
...man's thoughts or ideas to another; Secondly, to do it with äs much ease and quickness äs possible; and, thirdly, thereby to convey the knowledge of things: language is either abused or deficient, when it fails of any of these three." Locke, Essay, III.x.23. 63. Der hier gemeinte...
Limited preview - About this book

The Cambridge Companion to Locke

Vere Claiborne Chappell - 1994 - 354 pages
...Man's Thoughts or Ideas to another. Secondly, To do it with as much ease and quickness, as is possible; and Thirdly, Thereby to convey the Knowledge of Things. Language is either abused, or deficient, when it fails in any of these Three. (E III.x.23: 504) Recent commentators have...
Limited preview - About this book

Der fürsorgende Gott: der Begriff der PRONOIA Gottes in der apologetischen ...

Silke-Petra Bergjan - 2002 - 440 pages
...man's thoughts or ideas to another: Secondly, To do it with as much ease and quickness as is possible: and, Thirdly, Thereby to convey the knowledge of things. Language is either abused or défient when it fails of any of these three."8 Der umstrittene Vorschlag von Sprachverbesserung...
Limited preview - About this book

Theorizing Communication: Readings Across Traditions

Robert T. Craig, Heidi L. Muller - 2007 - 548 pages
...man's thoughts or ideas to another; Secondly, to do it with as much ease and quickness as possible; and, Thirdly, thereby to convey the knowledge of things: language is either abused or deficient, when it fails of any of these three. First, Words fail in the first of these ends,...
Limited preview - About this book

The Language of Liberal Constitutionalism

Howard Schweber - 2007 - 15 pages
...man's thoughts or ideas to another. Secondly, to do it with as much ease and quickness, as is possible; and thirdly, thereby to convey the knowledge of things. Language is either abused, or deficient, when it fails in any of these three." (Locke [1689], 1982: 504.) On the dangers...
Limited preview - About this book




  1. My library
  2. Help
  3. Advanced Book Search
  4. Download EPUB
  5. Download PDF