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|Camus, Albert One must verify or expel his doubts, and convert them into the |
certainty of Yes or NO. - Carlyle, Thomas Inquiry is fatal to certainty. - Durant,
William J. In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.
|Durant, William J. Inquiry is fatal to certainty. - Durant, William J. Woe to him who |
teaches men faster than they can learn. - Durant, William J. Civilization is a
stream with banks. The stream is sometimes filled with blood from people killing,
|2, Upon the coalt of Nor-way hear the Ifle of Hxtteren in the Latitxide of 68, is that |
remarkabiet -and i Which Whirlpoolis in all probability 'occafiorxothby ; some
mighty subterranean Hiatus, and proves"fatal to ships, that approach too nig'h ...
|This grave and momentous inquiry, is indeed a matter of moral feeling ; the |
doctrine of an eternal prescience, is in truth ... exclaim, " Tell me not of being
damned with an absolute certainty, and not by any absolute or fatal necessity !
tell me not, ...
|... and exercises its baneful effects on the pallid inhabitants of our large |
manufacturing towns, by silently, though with fatal certainty, inducing the
disorders so peculiar to those districts — pulmonary consumption and asthma.
Having shown that ...
|The certainty which he calls moral certainty is, according to him, " the real and |
certain connection between some ... he has only to call to his aid a few more
similar expressions, such as necessary cause, physical efficiency, fatal necessity,
|Now if instead of this moral certainty, which is not certainty , at all, but mere |
probability, we suppose that he had the ... this . supposition, the same certainty of
event in every one of the man's. actions, as if they were ever so fatal and
|92 Now, this picture does suit Gassendi's views about conjectural reasoning and |
probable results in inquiry,93 but it ... of certainty of the intermediary results and
warns that embracing these as final and terminating inquiry is a fatal mistake ...