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" Essence; who, by his infinite virtue, was to produce them all; who, being an intelligent Centre, did see those several Lines that might be drawn from him; and withall, being a free and a voluntary Centre, did know how many Lines he meant to draw for himself. "
An elegant and learned discourse of the light of nature - Page 95
by Nathanael Culverwel - 1669 - 387 lehte
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Of the Light of Nature

Nathanael Culverwel - 1857 - 298 lehte
...being an intelligent centre, did see those several lines that might be drawn from Him ; and withal, being a free and a voluntary centre, did know how many lines He meant to draw from Himself. Now you know, amongst men, a demonstration d priori is esteemed most certain and scientifical...
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The Cambridge Platonists: Being Selections from the Writings of Benjamin ...

Benjamin Whichcote, John Smith, Nathanael Culverwel - 1901 - 327 lehte
...produce them all; who, being an intelligent Centre, did see those several Lines that might be drawn from him; and withall, being a free and a voluntary...Centre, did know how many Lines he meant to draw for himself. Now you know amongst men a Demonstration a priori is esteemed most certain and scientifical:...
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