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" But in order that any alleged fact should be contradictory to a law of causation, the allegation must be, not simply that the cause existed without being followed by the effect, for that would be no uncommon occurrence; but that this happened in the absence... "
Essays on the Philosophy of Theism - Page 319
by William George Ward - 1884 - 739 lehte
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A System of Logic, Ratiocinative and Inductive: Being a Connected ..., 2. köide

John Stuart Mill - 1843
...must disbelieve the alleged fact, or believe that we were mistaken in admitting the supposed law. But in order that any alleged fact should be contradictory...cause existed without being followed by the effect, for that would be no uncommon occurrence; but that this happened in the absence of any adequate counteracting...
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A System of Logic, Ratiocinative and Inductive: Being a Connected ..., 1. köide

John Stuart Mill - 1846 - 593 lehte
...admitting the supposed law. . • But in order that any alleged fnct should be contradictory to alaw of causation, the allegation must be; not simply that...cause existed without being followed by the effect, for that would be no uncommon occurrence ; but that this happened in the absence of any adequate counteracting...
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Philosophic Theology: Or, Ultimate Grounds of All Religious Belief Based in ...

James Warley Miles - 1849 - 234 lehte
...disbelieve the alleged fact, or believe that we were mistaken in admitting the supposed law." " But, in order that any alleged fact should be contradictory...cause existed without being followed by the effect, for that would be no uncommon occurrence ; but that this happened in the absence of any adequate counteracting...
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The eclipse of faith, or, A visit to a religious sceptic

Henry Rogers - 1852 - 450 lehte
...Mill says, that to make any alleged fact contradictory to a law of causation, ' the allegation must be that this happened in the absence of any adequate counteracting cause. Now in the case of an alleged miracle, the assertion is the exact opposite of this.' He says, ' that all which Hume has...
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The Eclipse of Faith: Or, A Visit to a Religious Sceptic

Henry Rogers - 1854 - 452 lehte
...says, that, to make any alleged fact contradictory to a law of causation, ' the allegation must be that this happened in the absence of any adequate counteracting cause. Now, in the case of an alleged miracle, the assertion is the exact opposite of this.' He says, ' that all which Hume has...
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A System of Logic, Ratiocinative and Inductive: Being a Connected ..., 2. köide

John Stuart Mill - 1856
...must disbelieve the alleged fact, or believe that we were mistaken in admitting the supposed law. But in order that any alleged fact should be contradictory...that the cause existed without being followed by the eflect, for that would be no uncommon occurrence ; but that this happened in the absence of any adequate...
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A System of Logic, Ratiocinative and Inductive

John Stuart Mill - 1858 - 600 lehte
...must disbelieve the alleged fact, or believe that we were mistaken in admitting the supposed law. But in order that any alleged fact should be contradictory...cause existed without being followed by the effect, for that would be no uncommon occurrence ; but that this happened in the absence of any adequate counteracting...
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The British and Foreign Evangelical Review and Quarterly Record of Christian ...

1858
...some cause which counteracted and held in check the operation of gravity ? " In order," says Mill,* " that any alleged fact should be contradictory to a...cause existed without being followed by the effect, for that would be no uncommon occurrence, but that this happened in the absence of any adequate counteracting...
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Southern Presbyterian Review, 10. köide

1858
...counteracted and held in check the operation of gravity? "In order," says Mill,* " that any alledged fact should be contradictory to a law of causation,...cause existed without being followed by the effect, for that would be no uncommon occurrence, but that this happened in the absence of any adequate counteracting...
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The Eclectic Review

1861
...causation," in confutation of which charge we shall simply quote the decisive language of Stuart Mill : — " In order that any alleged fact should be contradictory...that the cause existed without being followed by the efiect, for that would bo no uncommon occurrence ; but that this happened in the absence of any adequate...
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