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" I am persuaded of, as to what concerns myself: and I believe whoever will look narrowly into his own thoughts and examine what he means by saying he sees this or that thing at a distance, will agree with me that what he sees only suggests to his understanding... "
The Critical Review, Or, Annals of Literature - Page 349
1810
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Alciphron: or, The minute philosopher, in seven dialogues. [With] An essay ...

George Berkeley (bp. of Cloyne.) - 1732
...themfelves, or their Ideas, truly perceived by Sight. This I am perfuaded of, as to what concerns my felf: and I believe whoever will look narrowly into his own Thoughts, and examine what he means by faying, he fees this or that thing at a Diftance, will agree with me, that what he fees only fuggefts...
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Metaphysical Essays: Containing the Principles and Fundamental ..., Volume 1

Richard Kirwan - 1809 - 506 pages
...diftance. I fay> neither diftance, nor things placed at a diftance, are themfelves perceived by light : and I believe, whoever will look narrowly into his own thoughts, and examine what he means, by faying he fees this or that thing at a diftance, will agree with me, that what he fees> only fuggefts...
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The Works of George Berkeley, Volume 1

George Berkeley - 1820
...that in truth and strictness of speech, I neither see distance itself, nor any thing that I take to be at a distance. I say, neither distance, nor things placed at a distance, are themselves, or their ideas, truly perceived by sight. This I am persuaded of, as to what concerns myself; and,...
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The Works of George Berkeley, Volume 1

George Berkeley - 1820
...that in truth and strictness of speech, I neither see distance itself, nor any thing that I take to be at a distance. I say, neither distance, nor things placed at a distance, are themselves, or their jdeas, truly perceived by sight. This I am persuaded of, as to what concerns myself; and,...
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The Works of George Berkeley, D.D., Bishop of Cloyne: Including ..., Volume 1

George Berkeley, Joseph Stock - 1843
...themselves, or their ideas, truly perceived by sight. This I am persuaded of, as to what concerns myself; and I believe whoever will look narrowly into his...examine what he means by saying, he sees this or that thing at a distance, will agree with me, that what he sees only suggests to his understanding, that...
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The Works of George Berkeley, D.D., Bishop of Cloyne: Including ..., Volume 1

George Berkeley - 1843
...in truth 'and strictness of speech, I neither see distance itself, nor any thing that I take to be at a distance. I say, neither distance, nor things placed at a distance are themselves, or their ideas, truly perceived XLVI. From what we have shown it is a manifest consequence, that the...
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The Works of George Berkeley: Including His Letters to Thomas ..., Volume 1

George Berkeley - 1843
...strictness of speech, I neither see distance itself, nor any thing that I take to be at a distance. JJ I say, neither distance, nor things placed at a distance are themselves, or their ideas, truly perceived by sight. This I am persuaded of, as to what concerns myself; andjj...
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Works, Including His Letters to Thomas Prior, Dean Gervais, Mr ..., Volume 1

George Berkeley - 1843
...'and strictness of speech^Jneither gee djs^npe ijjsglf^nor any thing that I take to be at a cuatancc. I say, neither distance," nor things'" placed at a distance are themselves, or their ideas, truly perceived. by sight. This I am persuaded of, as to what concerns myself; and...
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The Works of George Berkeley: Philosophical works

George Berkeley - 1871
...that, in truth and strictness of speech, I neither see distance itself, nor anything that I take to be at a distance, I say, neither distance nor things placed at a distance are themselves, or their ideas, truly perceived by sight. This I am persuaded of, as to what concerns myself. And I...
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The pure philosophical works

George Berkeley - 1871
...that, in truth and strictness of speech, I neither see distance itself, nor anything that I take to be at a distance. I say, neither distance nor things placed at a distance are themselves, or their ideas, truly perceived by sight. This I am persuaded of, as to what concerns myself. And I...
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