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" ... why select so minute, so weak, so bounded a principle as the reason and design of animals is found to be upon this planet? What peculiar privilege has this little agitation of the brain which we call thought, that we must thus make it the model of... "
Creeds of the day; or, Collated opinions of reputable thinkers, 3 series of ... - 231 페이지
저자: Henry Coke - 1883
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David Hume: Critical Assessments, 5권

Stanley Tweyman - 1995 - 512 페이지
...that we can know which cause is the original cause; it equates one particular situation with the whole ("What peculiar privilege has this little agitation...thought, that we must thus make it the model of the whole universe?" [D 148/113]). In order to satisfy the rules of analogical argument, Cleanthes would...
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Darwin's Dangerous Idea: Evolution and the Meanins of Life

Daniel C. Dennett - 1996 - 586 페이지
...From observing the growth of a hair, can we learn any thing concerning the generation of a man? . . /What peculiar privilege has this little agitation...thought, that we must thus make it the model of the whole universe? . . . Admirable conclusion! Stone, wood, brick, iron, brass have not, at this time,...
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Varieties of Scientific Experience: Emotive Aims in Scientific Hypotheses

Lewis S. Feuer
...reason when he denies that its imaginations can be in any way analogous to a divine creative reason: 'why select so minute, so weak, so bounded a principle as the reason and design of animals' as 'the foundation of our judgment concerning the origin of the whole . . .?', asks Hume; '[w]hat peculiar...
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American Rabbi: The Life and Thought of Jacob B. Agus

Steven T. Katz - 1997 - 244 페이지
..."But can a conclusion, with any propriety, be transferred from part to whole? . . . What particular privilege has this little agitation of the brain which...thought, that we must thus make it the model of the whole universe? Our partiality in our own favor does indeed present it on all occasions, but sound...
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Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion (Second Edition)

David Hume, Richard H. Popkin - 1998 - 129 페이지
...the foundation of our judgment concerning the origin of the whole (which never can be admitted), yet why select so minute, so weak, so bounded a principle..."thought", that we must thus make it the model of the whole universe? Our partiality in our own favor does indeed present it on all occasions, but sound...
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Principal Writings on Religion: Including Dialogues Concerning Natural ...

David Hume - 1998 - 218 페이지
...the foundation of our judgment concerning the origin of the whole (which never can be admitted); yet why select so minute, so weak, so bounded a principle...thought,* that we must thus make it the model of the whole universe? Our partiality in our own favour does indeed present it on all occasions: But sound...
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Early Responses to Hume's Writings on Religion: 2 Volumes

James Fieser - 2005 - 817 페이지
...the foundation of our judgement concerning the origin of the whole (which never can be admitted;) yet why select so minute, so weak, so bounded a principle...of the brain, which we call thought, that we must make it the model of the whole universe? Our partiality in our own favour does indeed present itself...
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Routledge Philosophy Guidebook to Hume on Religion

David O'Connor, George Pattison - 2001 - 227 페이지
...conclusion about the origin of the whole containing that part, what justifies basing our analogy on 'so minute, so weak, so bounded a principle as the...design of animals is found to be upon this planet?' (DNR: 50). In particular, why focus on thought as the part of the universe especially suited to shed...
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The Question of God: An Introduction and Sourcebook

Michael F. Palmer - 2001 - 357 페이지
...the foundation of our judgment concerning the origin of the whole (which can never be admitted) yet why select so minute, so weak, so bounded a principle as the reason and design of animals as found to be upon this planet? What peculiar privilege has this little agitation of the brain which...
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The Study of Philosophy

S. Morris Engel - 2001 - 413 페이지
...it is, but the reasoning, being grounded in empirical fact, cannot have the certainty of the former. What peculiar privilege has this little agitation of the brain which we call thought, that we must make it the model of the whole universe? David Hume, Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion For example,...
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