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" Thus the ultimate development of the ideal man is logically certain — as certain as any conclusion in which we place the most explicit faith; for instance, that all men will die. "
Mind - Sayfa 357
editör: - 1883
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The Bible and the people, 2. cilt

1852
...disappear, this is, all unfitness must disappear ; that is, all imperfection must disappear. '• Thus the ultimate development of the ideal man is logically...certain — as certain as any conclusion in which wo place the most implicit faith : for instance, that all men will die. For why do we infer that all...
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Supernatural Religion: An Inquiry Into the Reality of Divine Revelation, 1. cilt

Walter Richard Cassels - 1874 - 651 sayfa
...must disappear, that is, all unfitness must disappear ; that is, all imperfection must disappear. Thus the ultimate development of the ideal man is logically...conclusion in which we place the most implicit faith I for instance, that all men will die. For why do we infer that all men will die ? Simply because,...
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Winds of Doctrine: Being an Examination of the Modern Theories of Automatism ...

Charles Elam - 1876 - 163 sayfa
...Finally, all excess and all deficiency must disappear— that is, all imperfection must disappear. Thus the ultimate development of the ideal man is logically...any conclusion in which we place the most implicit faith—for instance, that all men will die. . . . Progress . . . is not an accident, but a necessity....
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Mind, 8. cilt

George Croom Robertson, George Frederick Stout, George Edward Moore - 1883
...181. s Ibid., § 182. between the antagonistic forces approaches " indefinitely near perfection". 1 Perhaps there is something in the doctrine of rhythm...ultimate development of the ideal man is logically certain—as certain as any conclusion in which we place the most implicit faith; for instance, that...
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Christianity and Progress

Harry Emerson Fosdick - 1922 - 247 sayfa
...... in virtue of that law it must continue until the state we call perfection is reached. . . . Thus the ultimate development of the ideal man is logically...conclusion in which we place the most implicit faith; ... so surely must the things we call evil and immorality disappear ; so surely must man become perfect."...
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Raymond Leppard on Music: An Anthology of Critical and Personal Writings

Raymond Leppard - 1993 - 668 sayfa
...accident, not a thing within human control, but a beneficent necessity." "The ultimate development of ideal man is logically certain — as certain as any...conclusion in which we place the most implicit faith." Backed by the evidence of the flood of scientific discovery, man clearly was close to complete control...
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History of the Idea of Progress

Robert A. Nisbet - 1980 - 370 sayfa
...disappear." Spencer continues with the following fervent and unambiguous testament to progress and freedom: The ultimate development of the ideal man is logically...conclusion in which we place the most implicit faith. ... As the experiences of all people in all times ... go to prove that organs, faculties, powers, capacities,...
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