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|QuotationsBook.com. Nature is a good name for an effect whose cause is God. - |
Cowper, William A wind has blown the rain away and blown the sky away and all
the leaves away, and the trees stand. I think, I too, have known autumn too long.
|For the author of nature, whom the schoolmen call Nature Naturans, being the |
same with God. ... it is a particular assemblage •f the mechanical properties of
matter, as figure, motion, Stc. " Nature is vut a name for an effect Whose cause is
|NATURE—but a Name. Nature is but a name for an effect Whose cause is God. |
Cowman. NATURE.-—The Nobility of our The nobility of our nature consists in
doing good for the good's sake ; either from an interiorly recognized law of pure ...
|The Aesthetics of the Great in Nature Richard Bevis. But Cowper felt that his ... "|
Nature is but a name for an effect, / Whose cause is God," and "Familiar with th'
effect we slight the cause" (lines 223-4, 1 2 1 ) . He did not acknowledge that
|Flint did much to rehabilitate the theistic proofs, which had fallen into too great |
discredit, partly as the result of mere ... The Cosmological proof he set forth, in the
“ Theism,” by taking Nature as but a name for an effect whose Cause is God, and
|The Newtonian revolution, in effect, transformed God from a proximate cause of |
physical phenomena to an ultimate cause. In other words, physical laws ... Nature
is but a name for an effect' Whose cause is God. — William Cowper Thus, from ...
|used, I . For the author of nature, whom the schoolmen call Nalura Naturans, |
being the tame with God. ... Sometimes we use the term nature for the universe,
or whole system of ... Nature is but a name for an effect Whose cause is God. ...
Such was the disposition that was cultivated by the great Newton, when, after
having considered the mutual connection which subsists between effects and
their causes, ...
|When the effect is the characteristic effect of its cause then by understanding it we |
come to understand the nature of the cause. Knowledge of F leads to, ... power of
the cause. An examination paper is not a good indication of what a candidate
knows unless, when he wrote it, he was doing his best. ... explanation when we
detect something whose nature it is to have such and such effects. Finding a
|Thus dream they, and contrive to save a God The incumbrance of his own |
concerns, and spare The great artificer of all that moves The stress of a continual
act, the pain Of unremitted ... Nature is but a name for an effect, Whose cause is