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|Hence it comes about that the order or linking of things is one, whether Nature be |
conceived under this or that attribute, ... would not dare when awake;—clear
evidence that the body, solely from the laws of its own nature, can do many things
|Listen to the words of Peter: “For you have been born again not of seed which is |
perishable but imperishable, that is, through the living and abiding word ... There
are many things we can do, but bringing about the new birth is not one of them.
|IT has been said, that we are much deceived, when we fancy that we " can do |
without the world," and still more so when we presume that the world cannot do
without us. Against the truth of the latter part of the proposition I have nothing to ...
Brian Davies, Eleonore Stump - 2011 - 608 pages
|whatever things... do not imply a contradiction are contained among those |
possible things with respect to which God is called omnipotent . . . God is called
omnipotent because He can do all absolutely possible things.5 For Aquinas, God
is “all-powerful,” but ... SCG II, 25 lists many things we can do but God cannot—
alter his own being, move, change, fail, tire, forget, be defeated, repent, be angry,
|For what the body can do no one has hitherto determined, that is to say, |
experience has taught no one hitherto what the ... all its functions, not to mention
the fact that many things are observed in brutes which far surpass human
sagacity, and ...
|... represented the flinty asceticism he associated with “Prussianism,” a trait that |
Hauser felt had spread beyond Germany to all of war-ravaged Europe as “a new
Spartan philosophy, which prides itself. . . on how many things it can do without.
Kurt Pritzl - 2010 - 368 pages
|Such examples indicate how the self-same things can be called “true” and “false,” |
albeit in different respects.37 The ... Truth is just that we do speak of many truths
and our doing so cannot be rendered plausible without there being many truths ...
|I could wish people would believe, what I am pretty certain they will not, that I |
have been much leas concerned about fame than 1 durst ... but I have reason to
think they can have no reputation which will continue long, or which deserves to
do so ; for they have always fallen short, ... and that I have sacri* ficed much of my
own self-love for its sake, in preventing not only many mean things from seeing
|It means accepting the fact that life is hard, and that nothing worthwhile ever |
comes easily or without a price. ... Think how many things we can do just by
pushing a single button: open the garage door, cook dinner, make a phone call,
wash and ...
Howard Margolis - 1993 - 267 pages
|6.6 Once things were ripe for the emergence of probability, ... utility values.11 It is |
one of the many things we can do without having a theory of how we do it, and
even without having a glimmer of the possibility that there might be such a theory.