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Essays and Treatises on Several Subjects ... - الصفحة 121
بواسطة David Hume - 1817
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...; eye-witne fíes of the fact, and confirming their verdict, after the FLAVIAN family weredefpoiled of the empire, and could no longer give any reward, as the price of a lie. UtrumqtK, qui interfuere, mtnc queque memorant^ poßquam nullutn mendacio fretium. To which if we add...

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...prefume; eye-witnefles of the fact, and confirming their ver<iift, after the FLAVIAN family were defpoiled of the empire, and could no longer give any reward, as the price of a lie. Utrumque, qui interfuere , nunc quoque memorant, poftquam nullum mmdacio pretium. To which if we add the public nature...

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...penetrating genius, perhaps, of all antiquity ; and so free from any tendency to credulity, that he even lies under the contrary imputation of atheism...give any reward, as the price of a lie. Utrumque, qui interfuere, nunc quoque memorant, postquam mtllum mendacio pretium. To which if we add the public nature...

Lectures on Ecclesiastical History

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...suppose ; eye-witnesses. " of the fact, and confirming their verdict, after the Flavian " family were despoiled of the empire, and could no longer " give any reward as the price of a lie." Persons of establish-. «d character for judgment and veracity I Who told Mr. Hume so ? It was not...

A Dissertation on Miracles: Containing an Examination of the Principles ...

George Campbell - 1807 - عدد الصفحات: 240
...the miracle is said to have been wrought. " The person," says the essayist, " from " whose testimony he related the miracle, " of established character for judgment and **' veracity, as we may well suppose ; eye-wit" nesses of the fact, and confirming their ** verdict, after the Flavian family were...

The Criterion; Or Rules by which the True Miracles Recorded in the New ...

John Douglas - 1807 - عدد الصفحات: 416
...the fafts, and " confirming their verdift after the Fla<e vian family, were defpoiled of theempire, " and could no longer give any reward as " the price of a \\e--utr umque,qui interfuere^ " nunc quoque memorant, poftquam nullum " mcndaciis pretium. To which...

An inquiry concerning human understanding. A dissertation on the passions ...

David Hume - 1817
...penetrating genius, perhaps of all antiquity ., and so free from any tendency to credulity, that he even lies under the contrary imputation of atheism...longer give any reward as the price of a lie. Utrumque, gui interfuere, nunc quoque memorant, poslquam nullum mendacio pretium. To which if we add the public...

A Dissertation on Miracles: Containing an Examination of the Principles ...

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...colit. J Vocibus adulantium in spem induci. ' The persons,' says the essayist, ' from whose ' testimony he related the miracle, of established ' character for judgment and veracity, as we may ' well suppose ; eye-witnesses of the fact, and con' firming their verdict, after the Flavian family ' were...

A Dissertation on Miracles: Containing an Examination of the Principles ...

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...eye-witnesses of the fact, ' and confirming their verdict, after the Flavian family were de' spoiled of the empire, and could no longer give any reward as ' the price of a lie.' Persons of established character for judgment and veracity ! Who told Mr. Hume so? It was not Tacitus....

Essays and Treatises on Several Subjects ...

David Hume - 1825
...penetrating genius, perhaps of all antiquity ; and so free from any tendency to credulity, that he even lies under the contrary imputation of atheism...could no longer give any reward as the price of a lie. Utrumgue, qui interfuere, mine quoyue memorant, postquam nuUum mendacio pretiwn. To which, if we add...




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