| John Locke - 1722
...But this is no derogation to their Truth and Certainty, no more than it is to the Truth or. Certainty **of the three Angles of a Triangle being equal to two right** ones ; becaufe it is not io evident, as, T"he Whole is bigger than a Part -, nor fo apt to be aflented... | |
| John Locke - 1768
...But this is no Derogation to their Truth and Certainty, no more than it is to the Truth or Certainty **of the three Angles of a Triangle being equal to two right** ones, becaufe it is not fo evident, as the Whole is bigger than a Part ; nor fo apt to be aflented... | |
| John Locke - 1796 - 459 páginas
...But this is no derogation to their truth and certainty, no more than it is to the truth or certainty **of the three angles of a triangle being equal to two right** ones ; becaufe it is not fo evident, as " the whole is bigger than a part ;" nor fo apt to be afTenccd... | |
| John Locke - 1801 - 308 páginas
...But tliis is no derogation to their truth and certainty, no more than it is to the truth or certainty **of the three angles of a triangle being equal to two right** ones ; becauie it is not fo evident, as, The whole is bigger than a part, nor fo apt to be aflented... | |
| John Locke - 1801 - 308 páginas
...But this is no derogation to their truth and certainty, no more than it is to the truth or certainty **of the three angles of a triangle being equal to two right** ones ; becaule it is not fo evident, as, The -whole is bigger tkan a part, nor fo apt to be aflented... | |
| John Locke - 1805 - 510 páginas
...But this is no derogation, to their truth and certainty, no more than it is to the truth or certainty **of the three angles of a triangle being equal to two right** ones ; because it is not so evident, as " the whole is bigger than a part;" nor so apt to be assented... | |
| John Locke - 1815
...But this is no derogation to their truth and certainty, no more than it is to the truth .or certainty **of the three angles of a triangle being equal to two right** ones; because it is not so evident as " the whole is bigger than a part;" nor so apt to be assented... | |
| 1835
...rise from the dead and go to Cambridge, and tell any undergraduate that he had changed his mind about **the three angles of a triangle being equal to two right angles,** the undergraduate would tell him that he was a goose, and that he did not know what he was talking... | |
| John Locke - 1824
...But this is no derogation to their truth and certainty, no more than it is to the truth or certainty **of the three angles of a triangle being equal to two right** ones ; because it is not so evident, as " the whole is bigger than a part ;" nor so apt to be assented... | |
| John Locke - 1828
...But this is no derogation to their truth and certainty, no more than it is to the truth or certainty **of the three angles of a triangle being equal to two right** ones ; because it is not so evident, as " the whole is bigger than a part ;" nor so apt to be assented... | |
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