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" Therefore, for a person to say that he has a clear and distinct — that is, a true — idea of a substance, but that he is not sure whether such substance exists, would be the same as if he said that he had a true idea, but was not sure whether or no... "
The Philosophy of Spinoza as Contained in the First, Second, and Fifth Parts ... - Pagina 31
door Benedictus de Spinoza - 1894 - 358 pagina’s
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Improvement of the Understanding: Ethics and Correspondcence of Benedict de ...

Benedictus de Spinoza - 1901 - 427 pagina’s
...consist in their existence, because they are conceived through themselves. Therefore, for a person to say that he has a clear and distinct — that is, a true — idea of a substance, but that he is not sure whether such substance exists, would be the same as if he said that he had...
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The Approach to Philosophy

Ralph Barton Perry - 1905 - 448 pagina’s
...philosophy. The evidence of existence, he declares, is clear and distinct conceivability. "For a person to say that he has a clear and distinct — that is, a true — idea of a substance, but that he is not sure whether such substance exists, would be the same as if he said that he had...
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The Library of Original Sources: Advance in knowledge, 1650-1800

Oliver Joseph Thatcher - 1907
...consist in their existence, because they are conceived through themselves. Therefore, for a person to say that he has a clear and distinct — that is, a true — idea of a substance, but that he is not sure whether such substance exists, would be the same as if he said that he had...
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Studies in the History of Ideas, Volume 1

1918
...distinct idea of substance that warrants and requires the belief. "For a person to say," he urges, "that he has a clear and distinct — that is, a true — idea of a substance, but that he is not sure whether such substance exists, would be the same as if he said that he had...
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Salvation from Despair: A Reappraisal of Spinoza’s Philosophy

E.E. Harris - 1973 - 270 pagina’s
...exist in virtue of its own self-complete nature. "If anybody were to say, therefore," Spinoza comments "that he has a clear and distinct, that is, a true, idea of substance, and nevertheless doubts whether such substance exists, it would indeed be the same as if...
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History of Philosophy: Descartes to Leibniz

Frederick Charles Copleston - 1958 - 370 pagina’s
...in this idea we perceive that existence pertains to the essence of substance. 'If anyone says, then, that he has a clear and distinct, that is, a true idea of substance and nevertheless doubts whether such substance exists, he is like one who says that he has...
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A History of Philosophy, Volume 4

Frederick Copleston - 1999 - 370 pagina’s
...in this idea we perceive that existence pertains to the essence of substance. 'If anyone says, then, that he has a clear and distinct, that is, a true idea of substance and nevertheless doubts whether such substance exists, he is like one who says that he has...
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Readings in Modern Philosophy, Vol. 1: Descartes, Spinoza, Leibniz and ...

Roger Ariew, Eric Watkins - 2000 - 322 pagina’s
...through themselves, their truth external to the intellect is only in themselves. So if someone were to say that he has a clear and distinct— that is, a true — idea of substance and that he nevertheless doubts whether such a substance exists, this would surely be just...
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The Library of Original Sources: Volume VI (Advance in Knowledge 1650-1800)

Oliver J. Thatcher - 2004 - 460 pagina’s
...consist in their existence, because they are conceived through themselves. Therefore, for a person to say that he has a clear and distinct — that is, a true — idea of a substance, but that he is not sure whether such substance exists, would be the same as if he said that he had...
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Improvement of the Understanding, Ethics and Correspondence

Benedict de Spinoza - 2006 - 464 pagina’s
...consist in their existence, because they are conceived through themselves. Therefore, for a person to say that he has a clear and distinct — that is, a true — idea of a substance, but that he is not sure whether such substance exists, would be the same as if he said that he had...
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