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" For this is the essential attribute of a will, and contained in the very idea, that whatever determines the will acquires this power from a previous determination of the will itself. The will is ultimately self-determined, or it is no longer a will under... "
Spirit and mind polarity, or The disentanglement of ideas - Página 22
por Arthur Young - 1873
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The Quarterly Christian Spectator

1835
...possible, a clear understanding of what is meant by gracious aid.§ Is it aid granted to all mankind; * " The will is ultimately self-determined, or it is no longer a will, under (lie law of perfect freedom, but a nature under the mechanism of cause and effect. And if by an act,...
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Views in Theology, Volúmenes3-4

1833
...sense of responsibility, nor the fact of the difference inkind between REOBET and REMORSE." " This is the essential attribute of a will, and contained...a nature, under the mechanism of cause and effect. And if by an act, to which it had determined itself, it has subjected itself to the determination of...
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Aids to reflection in the formation of a manly character on the several ...

Samuel Taylor Coleridge - 1836 - 407 páginas
...Will. Refuse to grant this, and I have not a word to say. Concede this and you concede all. For this is the essential attribute of a Will, and contained...The Will is ultimately self-determined, or it is no lenger a Will under the law of perfect Freedom, but a Nature under the mechanism of Cause and Effect....
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Aids to Reflection

Samuel Taylor Coleridge, John McVickar - 1839 - 324 páginas
...will. Refuse to grant this, and I have not a word to say. Concede this, and you concede all. For this is the essential attribute of a will, and contained...a nature under the mechanism of cause and effect. And if by an act, to which it had determined itself, it has subjected itself to the determination of...
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Aids to Reflection

Samuel Taylor Coleridge, John MacVickar - 1839 - 324 páginas
...will. Refuse to grant this, and I have not a word to say. Concede this, and you concede all. For this is the essential attribute of a will, and contained...a nature under the mechanism of cause and effect. And if by an act, to which it had determined itself, it has subjected itself to the determination of...
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Aids to Preaching and Hearing

Thomas Harvey Skinner - 1839 - 305 páginas
...mysterious manner, to the determination of NATURE ; that is, by * " The will is ultimately self-deteimined, or it is no longer a will, under the law of perfect...a nature under the mechanism of cause and effect. And if by an act, to which it had determined itself, it has subjected itself to the determination of...
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Aids to Preaching and Hearing

Thomas Harvey Skinner - 1839 - 305 páginas
...mysterious manner, to the determination of NATURE ; that is, by * " The will is ultimately self-deteimined, or it is no longer a will, under the law of perfect freedom, but a nature under the mechanjsm of cause and effect. And if by an act, to which it had determined itself, it has subjected...
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Aids to Preaching and Hearing

Thomas Harvey Skinner - 1839 - 305 páginas
...determination of NATURE ; that is, by * "The will is ultimately self-deteimined, or it is no longer a tf ill, under the law of perfect freedom, but a nature under the mechanism of cause and effect. And if by an act, to which it had determined itself, it has subjected itself to the determination of...
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Coleridge and the Moral Tendency of His Writings

1844 - 118 páginas
...and indeed of the New Testament throughout, spiritual and supernatural are synonymous. Ibid. p. 108. The will is ultimately self-determined, or it is no...a nature under the mechanism of cause and effect. Ibid. p. 261. There is some truth and some error in the doctrine thus confidently asserted. If the...
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Coleridge and the Moral Tendency of His Writings

1844 - 118 páginas
...responsibility ; and in a qualified sense the will is self-determined. Admit, as Coleridge affirms, that it is " the essential attribute of a will, and contained...power from a previous determination of the will," and still it may be true that the will is determined by an influence out of itself, and freely consents...
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