| John Locke - 1722
...of the Conviction, -without the Proofs. Thus a Man that remembers certainly that he once perceiv'd **the Demonstration, that the three Angles of a Triangle are equal to two right ones,** is certain that he knows it, becaufe he cannot doubt of the Truth of it. In his adherence to a Truth,... | |
| 1752 - 270 páginas
...not Black, what do we but perceive that thefe two ideas do not agree ? Or that the three angles of **a Triangle, are equal to two right ones; what do we...but perceive that equality to two right ones, does** ncceflarily agree to; "and is infeparable from the three angles of aTriangle? But to uriderftand 'a... | |
| John Locke - 1801 - 308 páginas
...agree? when we poffefs ourfelves with, the utmofl fecurity of the demonftradon, that the three anglei of **a triangle are equal to two right ones, what do we...but perceive, that equality to two right ones, does** neceffarily agree to, and is infeparable from the three angles of a triangle ? § 3. Tbis Agreement... | |
| John Locke - 1801
...? when we poflefs ourfelves with the'utmoft fecurity of the demonftraiion, that the three anglei of **a triangle are equal to two right ones, what do we...but perceive,- that equality to two right ones, does** necefTarily agree to, and is infeparable from the three angles of a triangle ? $ 3. 'This Agreement... | |
| John Locke - 1801
...ourfelves withi the utmoft fecurity of the demonftraiion, that the three angles of a triangle are (qaal **to two right ones, what do we more but perceive, that equality to two right ones, does** neceflarily agree to, and is infeparable from the three angles of a triangle ? or Disagreement of two... | |
| John Locke - 1801
...memory of the conviction, without the proofs. Thus a man that remembers certainly that he once perceived **the demonstration, that the three angles of a triangle are equal to two right ones,** is certain that he knows it, because he cannot doubt the truth of it. In his adherence to a truth,... | |
| John Locke - 1805 - 510 páginas
...\ve know that white is not black, what do we else but perceive that* these two ideas do not agree ? **When we possess ourselves with the utmost security...angles of a triangle are equal to two right ones,** jvhat do we more but perceive, that equality to two right ones does necessarily agree to, aud is inseparable... | |
| John Locke - 1805
...that white is not black, what do we else but perceive that these two ideas do not agree ? When \ve **possess ourselves with the utmost security of the...angles of a triangle are equal to two right ones,** svhat do we more but perceive, that equality to two right ones does necessarijy agree to, and is inseparable... | |
| John Locke - 1813
...when we know that white-is not black, what do we else but perceive that these two ideas do not agree ? **when we possess ourselves with the utmost security...equality to two right ones, does necessarily agree to,** aud is -inseparable from, the three angles of a triangle ? (1) (1) The placing of certainty, a? Mr.... | |
| John Locke - 1816
...when we know that white is not black, what do we else but perceive that these two ideas do not agree? **When we possess ourselves with the utmost security of the demonstration, that the three** angle's of a triangle are equal to two right ones, what do we more but perceive, that equality to two... | |
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