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" By the Ideal State of things, I mean that state of them which is necessary, permanent and immutable, not only Antecedent and Prae-existent to this, but also Exemplary and Representative of it, as containing in it Eminently and after an intelligible Manner,... "
An essay towards the theory of the ideal or intelligible world. Design'd for ... - Page 8
by John Norris - 1701
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The Old Guard: A Monthly Journal Devoted to the Principles of 1776 ..., 2. köide

1864
...antecedent and pre-existent, to all other things, but also exemplanatory and representative of them, as containing in it eminently, and after an intelligible...according to which it was made, and in conformity to which is all the Truth, Reality, Order, Beauty, and Perfection of nature does consist, aiAl is to be measured....
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The Aesthetic Experience: Its Nature and Function in Epistemology

William Davis Furry - 1908 - 155 lehte
...the Ideal state of things I mean that state of them which is necessary, permanent and immutable . . containing in it eminently and after an Intelligible Manner, all that is in the Natural World . . whereof all things in the Natural World are but as the Prints and Impressions,...
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Making America / Making American Literature: Franklin to Cooper

A. Robert Lee, W. M. Verhoeven - 1996 - 360 lehte
...immutable, not only the antecedent and pre-existent to this, but also exemplary and representative of it, as containing in it eminently and after an...reality, order, beauty, and perfection of its nature does consist, and is to be measured. The system of things existing after ihis manner, is what we call the...
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The Old Guard: A Monthly Journal Devoted to the Principles of 1776 ..., 2. köide

1864
...antecedent and pre-existent, to all other things, but also exemplauatory and representative of them, as containing in it eminently, and after an intelligible...according to which it was made, and in conformity to which is all the Truth, Reality, Order, Beauty, and Perfection of nature does consist, and is to be measured....
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