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" For chance is but a mere name, and really nothing in itself; a conception of our own minds, and only a compendious way of speaking, whereby we would express, that such effects as are commonly attributed to chance were verily produced by their true and... "
The folly and unreasonableness of atheism demonstrated from the advantage ... - Página 138
por Richard Bentley - 1699 - 280 páginas
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The Folly and Unreasonableness of Atheism: Demonstrated from the Advantage ...

Richard Bentley - 1693 - 300 páginas
...Conception of our own Minds, and only a Compendious way of (peaking, whereby we would exprefs, That fuch Effects, as are commonly attributed to Chance,...Event called Cafual, if you take away the real and phyOcal Caufes, there remains nothing, but a fimple Negation of the Agents intending fuch an Event...
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Eight Sermons, Preached at the Hon. Robert Boyle's Lecture, in the Year ...

Richard Bentley - 1809 - 383 páginas
...conception of our own minds, and only a compendious way of fpeaking, whereby we would exprefs, that fuch effects as are commonly attributed to chance...real and phyfical caufes, there remains nothing but a fimple negation of the agents intending fuch an event: which negation being no real entity, but a conception...
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Encyclopaedia Perthensis; Or Universal Dictionary of the Arts ..., Volumen5

1816
...; a conception of our minds, and only a compendious way of fpeaking, whereby we would cxprefs, that fuch effects as are commonly attributed to chance,...by their true and proper caufes, but without their defign to produce them. Eentlty. a. Fortune ; the aft of fortune ; what fortune may bring : applied...
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Encyclopaedia Perthensis; or, Universal dictionary of Knowledge. [With] Supp

Encyclopaedia Perthensis - 1816
...conetption of our minds, and only a compendious wiyof ipeaking, whereby we would exprefs, that fjch effects as are commonly attributed to chance, were verily produced by their true and proper ( nues, but without their delign to produce them. Bally. ». Fortune; the aft of fortune; what fortune...
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The works of Richard Bentley, collected and ed. by A. Dyce

Richard Bentley - 1838
...conception of our own minds, and only a compendious way of speaking, whereby we would express, that such effects as are commonly attributed to chance were verily produced by their true and proper causes, but without their designing to produce them. And in any event called casual, if you take away...
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The task, Table talk, and other poems: With critical observations of various ...

William Cowper - 1856 - 435 páginas
...conception of our minds, and only a compendious way of speaking, whereby we would express that auch effects as are commonly attributed to chance were verily produced by their true and proper causea, but without their design to produce them." — Bentley. Thy Providence forbids that fickle...
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The Quarterly Review, Volumen104

George Walter Prothero - 1858
...conception of our minds, and only a compendious way of speaking whereby we would express that such effects as are commonly attributed to chance were verily produced by their true and proper causes, but without their design to produce them.' Supernatural interference, then, being left to stand...
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The Lutheran Home Journal, Volumen3

1858
...conception of our minds, and only a compendious way of speaking, whereby we would express, that such effects as are commonly attributed to chance, were verily produced by their true and proper causes, but without their design to produce them. THE FLUTE OF LACED^MON. BY REV. EDWARD C. JONES....
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Prose Quotations from Socrates to Macaulay: With Indexes...

Samuel Austin Allibone - 1876 - 764 páginas
...conception of our minds, and only a compendious way of speaking, whereby we would express that such effects as are commonly attributed to chance were verily produced by their true and proper causes, but without their design to produce them. BENTLEY. It is strictly and philosophically true...
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Newton’s Scientific and Philosophical Legacy

Paul B. Scheurer, G. Debrock - 1988 - 382 páginas
...elucidated in terms of 'design', 'foreknowledge' and 'intention'. Thus, Bentley explains that 'such effects as are commonly attributed to chance were verily produced by their true and proper causes, but without their designing to produce them,'11 and that 'any effect among ... bodies ascribed...
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