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" The conditioned is the mean between two extremes— two inconditionates, exclusive of each other, neither of which can be conceived as possible, but of which, on the principles of contradiction and excluded middle, one must be admitted as necessary. "
The Scottish Review - Page 34
1887
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Elements of Psychology: Included in a Critical Examination of Locke's Essay ...

Victor Cousin - Philosophy, Modern - 1834 - 355 pages
...ignorari,et ignorando cognosci." "The conditioned" he goes on, " is the mean between two extremes, exclusive of each other, neither of which can be conceived as possible, but of which, on the principle of contradiction, one must be admitted as necessary. On this opinion, therefore, reason is...
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Selections from the Edinburgh Review: Comprising the Best ..., Volumes 3-4

Maurice Cross - 1835
...: — Cognoscendo ignoran, et ignorando cognosci. The conditioned is the mean between two extremes, ;   ij:ޭ 5XR] principle of contradiction, one must be admitted as necessary. On this opinion, therefore, reason is...
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The Methodist Quarterly Review

Theology - 1861
...incogitable and objectively impossible. Again he assumes the conditioned (that is, the finite) " to be a mean between two extremes — two inconditionates,...excluded middle, one must be admitted as necessary." But in so doing he directly and openly violates the very canon of logic to which he appeals, for as...
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New Englander and Yale Review, Volume 21

Edward Royall Tyler, William Lathrop Kingsley, George Park Fisher, Timothy Dwight - United States - 1862
...the hard logical doctrine of the conditioned comes in and declares that we know God only as one of " two inconditionates, exclusive of each other, neither...excluded middle, one must be admitted as necessary." (Discussionx, p. 15, 2d London edition). So the Divine Morality " must be admitted as necessary," by...
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The Universalist Quarterly and General Review, Volumes 15-16

Universalism - 1858
...two extremes — two in-cot>ditionates, exclusive of each other, neither of which can be conceived at possible, but of which, on the principles of contradiction...admitted as necessary. On this opinion, therefore, reason is shown to be weak, but not deceitful. The mind is not represented as conceiving two propositions...
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Discussions on Philosophy and Literature, Education and University Reform ...

Sir William Hamilton - Education - 1852 - 758 pages
...philosophy, — in the language of St Austin, — " cognoscendo ignorari, et iynorando cof/nosci." The conditioned is the mean between two extremes,...admitted as necessary. On this opinion, therefore, reason is shown to be weak, but not deceitful. simply, simpliciter, OK'I.US), that is, considered in...
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Discussions on Philosophy and Literature, Education and University Reform ...

Sir William Hamilton - Philosophy - 1853 - 764 pages
...philosophy — in the language of St. Austin — " cognoscendo ignorari, et ignorando cognosci." * The conditioned is the mean between two extremes —...admitted as necessary. On this opinion, therefore, reason is shown to be weak, but not deceitful. The mind is not represented as conceiving two propositions...
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Gomer; or A brief analysis of the language and knowledge of the ancient Cymry

John Williams - 1854
...cognosci.' " The conditioned is the mean between the two extremes ; two inconditionates exclusive of each, neither of which can be conceived as possible, but of which, on the principle of contradiction and excluded middle, one must be admitted as necessary. On this opinion,...
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The London Quarterly Review VOL.IV April and July,1855

The London Quarterly Review VOL.IV April and July,1855 - 1855
...but perfect, the two constituting, according to his theory, "two extremes, — two unconditionates exclusive of each other, neither of which can be conceived as possible, but of which, on the (logieal) principles of contradiction and excluded middle, one must be admitted as necessary;" (Discussions...
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Encyclopędia Cambrensis, Volume 1

John Parry - Encyclopedias and dictionaries, Welsh - 1856
...rhan о 1 "The conditioned is the mean between two extremes; two niconditionates exclusive of each, neither of which can be conceived as possible, but of which, on the principle of ecilradiction an excluded middle one must be admitted ая весеыагу. Т acre are...
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