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" Few books have contributed more than Mr. Locke's Essay to rectify prejudice ; to undermine established errors; to diffuse a just mode of thinking; to excite a fearless spirit of inquiry, and yet to contain it within the boundaries which Nature has prescribed... "
Some Thoughts Concerning Education - Page 4
by John Locke - 1880 - 364 pages
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volume 36

Sydney Smith, Lord Francis Jeffrey Jeffrey, Macvey Napier, William Empson, Sir George Cornewall Lewis, Henry Reeve, Arthur Ralph Douglas Elliot (Hon.), Harold Cox - 1822
...1821. Stewart's Introduction to the Encyclopedia. 243 have contributed more to rectify prejudice — to undermine established errors — to diffuse a just mode of thinking — to excita a fearless spirit of inquiry — and yet to contain it within the boundaries which nature has...
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The life of John Locke: with extracts from his correspondence, journals, and ...

Lord Peter King King - Great Britain - 1829 - 407 pages
...generalisation, to soar to comprehensive laws. " Few books have contributed more to rectify prejudice, to undermine established errors, to diffuse a just...discovery of new truths, though it is not so palpable, nor in its nature so capable of being estimated by superficial observers. In the mental and moral world,...
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The Eclectic Review

1829
...upon the " Kssny on Human Understanding." ' Few books have contri' buted more to rectify prejudice, to undermine established ' errors, to diffuse a just...Nature has prescribed to the human understanding.' This last excellence is a most distinguishing feature in Locke's investigations. He possessed the sagacity...
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Selections from the Edinburgh Review: Comprising the Best ..., Volumes 3-4

Maurice Cross - 1835
...established errors — to diffuse a just mode of thinking — lo excite a fearless spirit of enquiry — and yet to contain it within the boundaries which...parts of knowledge, an object as important as even Ihe discovery of new truths, (hough it is not so palpable, nor in its nature so capable of being estimated...
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Selections from the Edinburgh Review: Comprising the Best Articles in that ...

Maurice Cross - 1835
...established errors — to diffuse a just mode of thinking — to excite a fearless spirit of enquiry — and yet to contain it within the boundaries which...An amendment of the general habits of thought is, Jn most parts of knowledge, an object as important as even the discovery of new truths, though it is...
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Selections from the Edinburgh Review: Comprising the Best ..., Volumes 3-4

Maurice Cross - 1835
...on subjects which that Essay has suggested. Few books have contributed more to rectify prejudice — , as the conclusion of all Philosophy, from Ihe enquiry — and yel to contain it within the boundaries which nature has prescribed to the human understanding....
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Christian Examiner, Volume 5; Volume 23

Theology - 1838
...the Human Understanding, Mackintosh observes ; "few books have contributed more to rectify prejudice, to undermine established errors, to diffuse a just...nature has prescribed to the human understanding. In the mental and moral world, which scarcely admits of any thing which can be called discovery, the...
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Critical Essays on a Few Subjects: Connected with the History and Present ...

Francis Bowen - Electronic book - 1842 - 352 pages
...Human Understanding, Mackintosh observes, that " few books have contributed more to rectify prejudice, to undermine established errors, to diffuse a just...nature has prescribed to the human understanding. In the mental and morat world, which scarcely admits of any thing which can be called discovery, the...
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Critical Essays on a Few Subjects Connected with the History and Present ...

Francis Bowen - Philosophy - 1842 - 352 pages
...Human Understanding, Mackintosh observes, that " few books have contributed more to rectify prejudice, to undermine established errors, to diffuse a just...nature has prescribed to the human understanding. In the mental and moral world, which scarcely admits of any thing which can be called discovery, the...
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The Miscellaneous Works of the Right Honourable Sir James Mackintosh: Three ...

Sir James Mackintosh - Ethics - 1846 - 596 pages
...of borrowed opinions. Few books have contributed more than Mr. Locke's Essay to rectify prejudice ; to undermine established errors; to diffuse a just...of new truths ; though it is not so palpable, nor in its nature so capable of being estimated by superficial observers. In the mental and moral world,...
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