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" Things and actions are what they are, and the consequences of them will be what they will be : Why then should we desire to be deceived? "
Ancient Religion and Modern Thought: By William Samuel Lilly - Page 240
by William Samuel Lilly - 1884 - 371 lehte
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Works: To which is Prefixed a Life of the Author, 1. köide

Joseph Butler - 1804
...terrors to serious persons, the most free from enthusiasm, and of the greatest strength of mind : but it is fit things be stated and considered as they really are. And there is, in the present age, a certain fearlessness, with regard to what may be hereafter under...
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The Works of Joseph Butler ...: To which is Prefixed a Life of the Author ...

Joseph Butler - 1813
...manner one and the same, and makes no alteration at all in the nature of our case. Things and actions are what they are, and the consequences of them will...will be : Why then should we desire to be deceived? As we are reasonable creatures, and have any regard to ourselves, we ought to lay these things plainly...
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The Works of Joseph Butler ...: To which is Prefixed a Life of the Author ...

Joseph Butler - 1813
...terrors to serious persons, the most free from enthusiasm, and of the greatest strength of mind ; but it is fit things be stated and considered as they really are. And there is, in the present age, a certain fearlessness with regard to what may be hereafter under...
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The Analogy of Religion, Natural and Revealed, to the Constitution and ...

Joseph Butler, Samuel Hallifax - 1819 - 239 lehte
...terrors to serious persons, the most free from enthusiasm, and of the greatest strength of mind; but it is fit things be stated and considered as they really are. And there is, in the present age, a certain fearlessness, with legard to what may be hereafter under...
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Sermons, 2. köide

Isaac Milner - 1820
...terrors to serious persons the most free from enthusiasm, and of the greatest strength of mind ; but it is fit things be stated and considered as they really are. There is, in the present age, a certain fearlessness with regard to what may be hereafter, which makes...
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Sermons, 2. köide

Isaac Milner - 1820 - 447 lehte
...terrors to serious persons the most free from enthusiasm, and of the greatest strength of mind ; but it is fit things be stated and considered as they really are. There is, in the present age, a certain fearlessness with regard to what may be hereafter, which makes...
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The Analogy of Religion, Natural and Revealed, to the Constitution and ...

Joseph Butler - 1820 - 239 lehte
...terrors to serious persons, the most free from enthusiasm, and of the greatest strength of mind; but it is fit things be stated and considered as they really are. And there is, in the present age, a certain fearlessness, with regard to what may be hereafter under...
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Practical Sermons, 2. köide

Joseph Milner, Rev. Isaac Milner - 1821
...terrors to serious persons, the most free from enthusiasm, and of the greatest strength of mind : but it is fit things be stated, and considered as they really are. There is in the present age a certain fearlessness with regard 6 to what may be hereafter under the...
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The Analogy of Religion, Natural and Revealed, to the Constitution and ...

Joseph Butler - 1824 - 398 lehte
...terrors to serious persons, the most free from enthusiasm, and of the greatest strength of mind; but it is fit things be stated and considered as they really are. And there is, in the present age, a certain fearlessness with regard to what may be hereafter under...
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Sermons

Joseph Butler - 1827 - 364 lehte
...alteration at all in the nature of our case. Things and actions are what they are, and the conse10 quences of them will be what they will be : why then should we desire to be deceived ? As we are reasonable creatures, and have any regard to ourselves, we ought to lay these things plainly...
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