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" But it is necessary to our using the word cause that we should believe not only that the antecedent always has been followed by the consequent, but that as long as the present constitution of things * endures it always will be so. "
Essays on the Philosophy of Theism - Page 313
by William George Ward - 1884 - 739 lehte
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New Englander and Yale Review, 8. köide

Edward Royall Tyler, William Lathrop Kingsley, George Park Fisher, Timothy Dwight - 1850
...to an idea which he says is "of first rate importance," taken from Bk. Ill, ch. v, <§>5. " But *'/ is necessary to our using the word cause, that we...constitution of things endures, it always will be so." Necessary that we should believe! Why, this is the precise style of philosophising that Mr. Mill professedly...
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The New Englander

1850
...r since these phenomena have invariably succeeded one another from the beginning of the world. But it is necessary to our using the word cause, that...been followed by the consequent, but that, as long u the present constitution of things endures, it always will be so. And this would not be true of day...
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A System of Logic, Ratiocinative and Inductive: Being a Connected ..., 1. köide

John Stuart Mill - 1846 - 593 lehte
...since these phenomena have invariably succeeded one another from the beginning of the world. But-it is necessary to our using the word cause, that we...not believe that night will be followed by day under any imaginable circumstances, but only that it will be &o, provided the sun rises above the horizon....
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A System of Logic, Ratiocinative and Inductive: Being a Connected ..., 1. köide

John Stuart Mill - 1851 - 519 lehte
...night; since^these phenomena have invariably succeeded one another from the beginning of the world. But it is necessary to our using the word cause, that...antecedent always has been followed by the consequent, tiut that, as long as the present constitution of things endures, it always will be so. And this would...
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Theism: The Witness of Reason and Nature to an All-wise and Beneficent Creator

John Tulloch - 1855 - 375 lehte
...; since these phenomena have invariably succeeded one another from the beginning of the world. But it is necessary to our using the word cause, that...so, and this would not be true of day and night." The concession forced upon Mr Mill, and expressed in this passage is, we cannot help thinking, remarkable....
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Theism: The Witness of Reason and Nature to an All-wise and Beneficent Creator

John Tulloch - 1855 - 375 lehte
...; since these phenomena have invariably succeeded one another from the beginning of the world. But it is necessary to our using the word cause, that...so, and this would not be true of day and night." The concession forced upon Mr Mill, and expressed in this passage is, we cannot help thinking, remarkable....
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The Emancipation of Faith, 1. köide

Henri Édouard Schedel - 1858
...visible object. But it is necessary to our using the word cause, that the antecedent not only ha-s always been followed by the consequent, but that, as long...constitution of things endures, it always will be so. Night is not a cause, nor even a condition of day. We may define, therefore, the cause of a phenomenon...
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A System of Logic, Ratiocinative and Inductive

John Stuart Mill - 1858 - 600 lehte
...night; since these phenomena have invariably succeeded one another from the beginning of the world. But it is necessary to our using the word cause, that...should believe not only that the antecedent always hat been followed by the consequent, but that, as long as the present constitution of things endures,...
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Two Letters on Causation and Freedom in Willing, Adressed to John Stuart ...

Rowland Gibson Hazard - 1869 - 300 lehte
...of day does invariably precede the rising of the sun, and we believe that this not only always has, but that, " as long as the present constitution of things endures," it always will so precede it ; and hence, under your definition, the degree of light so approximating would be the...
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Two Letters on Causation and Freedom in Willing, Addressed to John Stuart Mill

Rowland Gibson Hazard - 1869 - 300 lehte
...of day does invariably precede the rising of the sun, and we believe that this not only always has, but that, " as long as the present constitution of things endures," it always will so precede it; and ' hence, under your definition, the degree of light ^^Jr so approximating would...
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