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" And therefore the name of God is used, not to make us conceive him, for he is incomprehensible and his greatness and power are inconceivable, but that we may honour him. "
The History of Philosophy from Thales to Comte - Pagina 241
door George Henry Lewes - 1867
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The works of Ralph Cudworth, Volume 3

Ralph Cudworth - 1829
...call infinite. No man can have, in his mind an image of infinite time, or of infinite power. Wherefore the name of God is used not to make us conceive him, but only that we may honour him." The true meaning whereof (as may be plainly gathered from other passages...
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Nature and Her Laws: As Applicable to the Happiness of Man, Living ..., Volume 2

Paul Henri Thiry Holbach (baron d') - 1834
...thing is infinite, we signify only, that we are not able to conceive the ends and bound of the thing named ; having no conception of the thing, but of our own inability." Sherlock says, the word infinite is only a negation, which signifies that which has neither end, nor...
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The System of Nature, Or, Laws of the Moral and Physical World, Volumes 1-2

Paul Henri Thiry Holbach (baron d') - 1835 - 368 pagina’s
...he is in a condition to form ajudgment. Thus after it had subtilized this metaphysical God, after it named, having no conception of the thing, but of our own inability." Sherlock says ; "The word infinite is only a negation, which . signifies that which has neither end,...
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Literary Remains of the Late William Hazlitt, Volume 1

William Hazlitt - 1836 - 315 pagina’s
...thing is infinite, we signify only, that we are not able to conceive the ends and bounds of the thing named ; having no conception of the thing, but of...power are inconceivable) but that we may honour him. And because whatsoever we conceive has been perceived first by sense, either all at once, or by parts,...
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Literary Remains of the Late William Hazlitt, Volume 1

William Hazlitt - 1836
...thing is infinite, we signify only, that we are not able to conceive the ends and bounds of the thing named ; having no conception of the thing, but of...power are inconceivable) but that we may honour him. And because whatsoever we conceive has been perceived first by sense, either all at once, or by parts,...
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Literary Remains of the Late William Hazlitt, Volume 1

William Hazlitt - 1836
...thing is infinite, we signify only, that we are not able to conceive the ends and bounds of the thing named ; having no conception of the thing, but of...power are inconceivable) but that we may honour him. And because whatsoever we conceive has been perceived first by sense, either all at once, or by parts,...
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Literary remains of the late William Hazlitt. With a notice of his life, by ...

William Hazlitt - 1836
...thing is infinite, we signify only, that we are not able to conceive tho nuls and bounds of the thing named ; having no conception of the thing, but of our own inability : and therefore tho name of God is used, not to make us conceive him (for ho is incomprehensible and his greatness...
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Introduction to the Literature of Europe: In the Fifteenth ..., Volume 3

Henry Hallam - 1839
...thing is infinite, we signify only that we are not able to conceive the ends and bounds of the things named, having no conception of the thing, but of our...but that we may honour him. Also because whatsoever, as I said before, we conceive, has been perceived first by sense, either all at once, or by parts ;...
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The English Works of Thomas Hobbes of Malmesbury, Volume 3

Thomas Hobbes - 1839
...thing is infinite, we signify only, that we are not able to conceive the ends, and bounds of the things named ; having no conception of the thing, but of...incomprehensible ; and his greatness, and power are unconceivable ; but that we may honour him. Also because, whatsoever, as I said before, we conceive,...
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The English Works of Thomas Hobbes of Malmesbury, Volume 3

Thomas Hobbes - 1839
...thing is infinite, we signify only, that we are not able to conceive the ends, and bounds of the things named ; having no conception of the thing, but of...incomprehensible ; and his greatness, and power are unconceivable ; but that we may honour him. Also because, whatsoever, as I said before, we conceive,...
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