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" Canveniency, and Analogy, which some Objects have with its Essence, as that it cannot but encline to them; and that there is such an irreconcileable Disconvenience, such an Eternal Antipathy between it and other Objects, as that it must cease to be what... "
Of the Light of Nature - Page 77
by Nathanael Culverwel - 1857 - 298 lehte
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An Elegant and Learned Discourse of the Light of Nature

Nathanael Culverwel - 1669 - 387 lehte
...Difconvenitfice, fuch an Eternal Antipathy between it, and other Obje£ls,ns that it rouft ccafeto be what it is, before it can come . near them. This Suarez, terms a Natural Obligation, and a jnft foundation for a LAW. But now.before all ibis can rife up to the height,and perfection of a Lav:...
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Seed-grain for Thought and Discussion, 1. köide

Anna Cabot Lowell - 1856
...single cord as this will be easily broken. . . . But before these natural Analogies and Antipathies can rise up to the height and perfection of a Law, there must come a command from some Superior Powers, from whence will spring a moral obligation also. Therefore God himself has published this his...
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An Outline of Locke's Ethical Philosophy

Mattoon Monroe Curtis - 1890 - 145 lehte
...foundation for a law to build upon, but it is not the law itself, nor a formal obligation. For the perfection of a law "there must come a command from...obligation also, and make up the formality of a law." (74 — 77). Thus Culverwel holds that natural law, which the reason recognises, is imposed by God...
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The Cambridge Platonists: Being Selections from the Writings of Benjamin ...

Benjamin Whichcote - 1901 - 327 lehte
...to them; and that there is such an irreconcileable Disconvenience, such an Eternal Antipathy between it and other Objects, as that it must cease to be...perfection of a Law, there must come a Command from some Superiour Power, from '' whence will spring a Moral Obligation also, and make up the formality of a...
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The British Moralists and the Internal 'Ought': 1640-1740

Stephen Darwall - 1995 - 352 lehte
...to them, and that there is such an irreconcileable Disconvenience, such an Eternal Antipathy between it and other objects, as that it must cease to be what it is before it can come neer them. (v1.51) Culverwell is a classical natural lawyer in respect of holding that both the content...
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