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" And it must be owned that when the definitions are clear; when the postulata cannot be refused, nor the axioms denied; when from the distinct contemplation and comparison of figures, their properties are derived, by a perpetual well-connected chain of... "
The Analyst; Or, A Discourse Addressed to an Infidel Mathematician: Wherein ... - Seite 3
von George Berkeley - 1754 - 91 Seiten
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Euclid's Elements of Geometry: The First Six, the Eleventh and Twelfth Books

Euclid - 1765 - 464 Seiten
...diftinft contemplation and companion of •* figures, their properties are derived by a perf petual well-connected chain of confequences, the ** objects being ftill kept in view, and the atten•• tion ever fixed upon them, there is acquired «' an habit of reafoning, clofe, and exact,...
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The Works of George Berkeley, Band 2

George Berkeley - 1820
...postulata cannot be refused, nor the axioms denied : when from the distinct contemplation and comparison of figures, their properties are derived, by a perpetual well-connected chain of consequences, the objects being still kept in view, and the attention ever fixed upon them ; there...
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The Works of George Berkeley, Band 2

George Berkeley, Joseph Stock - 1820
...postulata cannot be refused, nor the axioms denied : when from the distinct contemplation and comparison of figures, their properties are derived, by a perpetual well-connected chain of consequences, the objects being still kept in view, and the attention ever fixed upon them ; there...
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The Analyst: A Quarterly Journal of Science, Literature, Natural ..., Band 4

Edward Mammatt - 1836
...postulata cannot be refused, nor the axioms denied — when, from the distinct contemplation and comparison of figures, their properties are derived by a perpetual well-connected chain of consequences, the objects being still kept in view and the attention ever fixed upon them, — there...
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The Works of George Berkeley, D.D., Bishop of Cloyne: Including His ..., Band 2

1843
...postulate cannot be refused, nor the axioms denied ; when from the distinct contemplation and comparison of figures, their properties are derived, by a perpetual well-connected chain of consequences, the objects being still kept in view, and the attention ever fixed upon them ; there...
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The Works of George Berkeley: Including His Letters to Thomas Prior ..., Band 2

George Newenham Wright - 1843
...this is one short way of making infidels, I am credibly informed. tinct contemplation and comparison of figures, their properties are derived, by a perpetual well-connected chain of consequences, the objects being still kept in view, and the attention ever fixed upon them; there is...
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Miscellaneous works. Index, v.1-3

George Berkeley, Alexander Campbell Fraser - 1871
...postulata cannot be refused, nor the axioms denied ; when from the distinct contemplation and comparison of figures, their properties are derived, by a perpetual well-connected chain of consequences, the objects being still kept in view, and the attention ever fixed upon them ; there...
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The Works of George Berkeley, Band 3

George Berkeley - 1871
...postulata cannot be refused, nor the axioms denied; when from the distinct contemplation and comparison of figures, their properties are derived, by a perpetual well-connected chain of consequences, the objects being still kept in view, and the attention ever fixed upon them; there is...
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Annals of the Queen's college, Birmingham. Reprint of addresses, ed. by W.S. Cox

Birmingham Queen's coll - 1873
...postulate cannot be refuted, nor the axioms denied; when from the distinct contemplation and comparison of figures their properties are derived by a perpetual well-connected chain of consequences, the objects being still kept in view, and the attention ever fixed upon them, there is...
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Works, Band 3

George Berkeley - 1898
...postulata cannot be refused, nor the axioms denied ; when from the distinct contemplation and comparison of figures, their properties are derived, by a perpetual well-connected chain of consequences, the objects being still kept in view, and the attention ever fixed upon them ; there...
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