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" Why is it more than probable that all men must die; that lead cannot, of itself, remain suspended in the air; that fire consumes wood, and is extinguished by water; unless it be that these events are found agreeable to the laws of nature, and there is... "
Essays and Treatises on Several Subjects ... - الصفحة 113
بواسطة David Hume - 1817
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Essays and Treatises on Several Subjects

David Hume - 1758 - عدد الصفحات: 539
...fufpended in the air ; that fire confumes wood, and is extinguiíhed by water j unlefs it be, that thefe events are found agreeable to the laws of nature,, and there is required a violation of thefe laws, or in other words, a miracle to prevent them ? Nothing is efteemed a miracle if it ever...

Sermons and Tracts Upon Religious Subjects

William Adams - 1777 - عدد الصفحات: 354
...that fire confumes , and is extinguifhed by water— unee lefs it be, that thefe events areibifnd 'c agreeable to the laws of nature, and " there is required a violation of thefe laws, " or, in other words, a miracle, -to prevent cc them ? Nothing is efteemed a miracle, "...

Lectures on the Evidences of Christianity: Delivered at the University of ...

William Henry Ruffner - 1852 - عدد الصفحات: 606
...entire as any argument from experience can possibly be imagined." ': Nothing is a miracle that happens in the common course of nature. It is no miracle that a man seemingly in goo-J health should die on a sudden, because such a kind of death has been frequently observed. But...

The Spiritual Magazine, المجلد 7

1872
...that lead cannot of itself remain suspended in the air; that fire consumes wood, and is extinguished by water ; unless it be, that these events are found...prevent them? Nothing is esteemed a miracle, if it ever happened in the common course of nature. It is no miracle that a man seemingly in good health should...

Supernatural Religion: An Inquiry Into the Reality of Divine Revelation ...

Walter Richard Cassels - 1874
...lead cannot, of itself, remain suspended in the air ; that fire consumes wood, and is extinguished by water ; unless it be that these events are found...laws, or, in other words, a miracle, to prevent them 1 Nothing is esteemed a miracle if it ever happen in the common course of nature. It is no miracle...

On Miracles and Modern Spiritualism: Three Essays

Alfred Russel Wallace - 1875 - عدد الصفحات: 236
...that lead cannot of itself remain suspended in the air; that fire consumes wood, and is extinguished by water; unless it be, that these events are found...prevent them? Nothing is esteemed a miracle, if it ever happened in the common course of nature. It is no miracle that a man seemingly in good health should...

Supernatural Religion: Introduction. Miracles. The Synoptic gospels

Walter Richard Cassels - 1875
...lead cannot, of itself, remain suspended in the air ; that fire consumes wood, and is extinguished by water ; unless it be that these events are found...laws, or, in other words, a miracle, to prevent them 1 Nothing is esteemed a miracle if it ever happen in the common course of nature. It is no miracle...

Preface. Miracles. The Synoptic gospels, pt. 1.- v. 2. The Synoptic gospels ...

Walter Richard Cassels - 1879
...lead caimot, of itself, remain suspended in the air ; that fire consumes wood, and is extinguished by water ; unless it be that these events are found...and there is required a violation of these laws, or, iu other words, a miracle, to prevent them ? Nothing is esteemed a miracle if it ever happen in the...

Hume ...

Thomas Henry Huxley - 1879 - عدد الصفحات: 208
...that lead cannot of itself remain suspended in the air< that fire consumes wood and is extinguished by water ; unless it be that these events are found...laws of nature, and there is required a violation of those laws, or in other words, a miracle, to prevent them?"— (IV. p. 133.) But the reply is obvious...

The Mystery of Miracles: A Scientific and Philosophical Investigation

Joseph William Reynolds - 1881 - عدد الصفحات: 432
...Opponents endeavour to take off the edge of our argument by the assertion — " Nothing is accounted a. miracle if it ever happen in the common course of nature." It seems a little silly, if the foundation of everything is miraculous, to assert that the superstructure...




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