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" If there was a time in which he had his acquaintance with his own species to make, and his faculties to acquire, it is a time of which we have no record, and in relation to which our opinions can serve no purpose, and are supported by no evidence. "
The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year - Página 287
editado por - 1800
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An Essay on the History of Civil Society

Adam Ferguson - 1768 - 430 páginas
...appears to be as old as the individual, and the ufe of the tongue as univerfal as that of the hand or the foot. If there was a time in which he had his...his faculties to acquire, it is a time of which we * RouJJcau fur Torigiae de I'inegaUte parmi.les homines. f Traite de 1'efprit. • • have no record,...
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Annual Register, Volumen10

Edmund Burke - 1768
...appears to be as old as the individual, and the ufe of the tongue as univerfal as that of the hand or the foot. If there was a time in which he had his acquaintance with his owa fpecies to make, and his faculties to acquire, it is a time of whidi we have no record, and in...
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An Essay on the History of Civil Society

Adam Ferguson - 1773 - 466 páginas
...appears to be as old as the individual, and the ufe of the tongue as univerfal as that of the hand or the foot. If there was a time in which he had his...to which our opinions can ferve no purpofe, and are fupported by no evidence* are often tempted into thefe boundlefs regions of ignorance or conjecture,...
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An Essay on the History of Civil Society

Adam Ferguson - 1789 - 424 páginas
...appears to be as old as the individual , and the ufe of the tongue as univerfal as that of the hand or the foot. If there was a time in which he had his...record, and in relation to which our opinions can ferv6 no purpofe , and are fupported by no evidence. WE are often tempted into thefe boundlefs regions...
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Annual Register, Volumen10

1800
...appears to be as old as the individual, and the ufe of the tongue as univer(al as that of the hand or the foot. If there was a time in which he had his...to which our opinions can ferve no purpofe, and are fupport. ed by no evidence. — We fpeak of art as dillinguifhed f*om nature; but art itfelf is natural...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

1800
...appears to he as old as the individua), and the ufe of the tongue as univerfal as that of the hand or the foot. If there was a time in which he had his...acquire, it is a time of which we have no record, and in reía, tion to which our opinions can ferve no purpofe, and are fupported by no evidence. — We fpeak...
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An Essay on the History of Civil Society

Adam Ferguson - 1809 - 464 páginas
...appears to be as old as the individual, and the use of the tongue as universal as that of the hand or the foot. If there was a time in which he had his acquaintance with his own species to make, and his faculties to acquire, it is a time of which we have no record, and in relation...
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The Biblical Repository and Classical Review

1840
...avoid the extravagance of the former, and of the ultra Epicureans, for he adds, a few pages after : " If there was a time in which he had his acquaintance with his own species to make, and his faculties to acquire, it is a time of which we have no record, and in relation...
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The American Biblical Repository

1840
...avoid the extravagance of the former, and of theultra Epicureans, for he adds, a few pages after : " If there was a time in which he had his acquaintance with his own species to make, and his faculties to acquire, it is a time of which we have no record, and in relation...
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Manual of Classical Literature

Johann Joachim Eschenburg - 1841 - 753 páginas
...appears to bu as old as the individual, and the use of the tongue as universal as that of the hand or the foot. If there was a time in which he had his acquaintance with his own species to make, and his faculties to acquire, it is a time of which we have no record, and in relation...
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