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" A great Number of arbitrary Signs, various and apposite, do constitute a Language. If such arbitrary Connexion be instituted by Men, it is an artificial Language; if by the Author of Nature, it is a Natural Language. Infinitely various are the Modifications... "
The Analyst; Or, A Discourse Addressed to an Infidel Mathematician: Wherein ... - Seite 29
von George Berkeley - 1754 - 91 Seiten
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The Works of George Berkeley: Philosophical works

George Berkeley - 1871
...arbitrary signs, various and opposite, do constitute a Language. If such arbitrary connexion be instituted by men, it is an artificial Language ; if by the Author...of light and sound, whence they are each capable of supplying an endless variety of signs, and, accordingly, have been each employed to form languages;...
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The pure philosophical works

George Berkeley - 1871
...arbitrary signs, various and opposite, do constitute a Language. If such arbitrary connexion be instituted by men, it is an artificial Language ; if by the Author...of light and sound, whence they are each capable of supplying an endless variety of signs, and, accordingly, have been each employed to form languages;...
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The Works of George Berkeley, Band 1

George Berkeley - 1871
...arbitrary signs, various and opposite, do constitute a Language. If such arbitrary connexion be instituted by men, it is an artificial Language ; if by the Author...of light and sound, whence they are each capable of supplying an endless variety of signs, and, accordingly, have been each employed to form languages...
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Selections from Berkeley: With an Introduction and Notes, for the Use of ...

Alexander Campbell Fraser - 1874 - 358 Seiten
...arbitrary signs, various and opposite, do constitute a Language. If such arbitrary connexion be instituted by men, it is an artificial Language ; if by the Author...of light and sound, whence they are each capable of supplying an endless variety of signs, and, accordingly, have been each employed to form languages;...
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The Works of George Berkeley, D.D., Bishop of Cloyne, Band 2

George Berkeley - 1898
...arbitrary signs, various and apposite, do constitute a Language. If such arbitrary connexion IK instituted by men, it is an artificial Language ; if by the Author...of light and sound, whence they are each capable of supplying an endless variety of signs, and, accordingly, have been each employed to form languages...
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The Works of George Berkeley, D.D., Bishop of Cloyne, Band 2

George Berkeley - 1898
...arbitrary signs, various and apposite, do constitute a Language. If such arbitrary connexion be instituted by men, it is an artificial Language ; if by the Author...of light and sound, whence they are each capable of supplying an endless variety of signs, and, accordingly, have been each employed to form languages...
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Works, Band 2

George Berkeley - 1898
...arbitrary signs, various and apposite. do constitute a Language. If such arbitrary connexion be instituted by men, it is an artificial Language ; if by the Author of Nature, it is a Natural Language. Infinitely variotare the modifications of light and sound, whence they are each capable of supplying an endless...
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Selections from Berkeley, Annotated: An Introduction to the Problems of ...

George Berkeley - 1899 - 336 Seiten
...arbitrary signs, various and opposite, do constitute a Language. If such arbitrary connexion be instituted by men, it is an artificial Language ; if by the Author...of light and sound, whence they are each capable of supplying an endless variety of signs, and, accordingly, have been each employed to form languages...
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The Works of George Berkeley ...: Philosophical works, 1732-33: Alciphron ...

George Berkeley - 1901
...verse — not arbitrary in the sense plication of the law of constant of being really capricious and if by the Author of Nature, it is a natural language....light and sound ; whence they are each capable of supplying an endless variety of signs, and, accordingly, have been each employed to form languages...
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The Works of George Berkeley ...: Philosophical works, 1732-33: Alciphron ...

George Berkeley - 1901
...received theories, which are so much ruined as mine is established by this main part and pillar thereof. if by the Author of Nature, it is a natural language....light and sound ; whence they are each capable of supplying an endless variety of signs, and, accordingly, have been each employed to form languages;...
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