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" There is no knowledge a priori; no truths cognizable by the mind's inward light, and grounded on intuitive evidence. Sensation, and the mind's consciousness of its own acts, are not only the exclusive sources, but the sole materials, of our knowledge. "
An Examination of Mr. J.S. Mill's Philosophy: Being a Defence of Fundamental ... - Page 59
by James McCosh - 1866 - 406 pages
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Dissertations and Discussions: Political, Philosophical, and ..., Volume 1

John Stuart Mill - History - 1859 - 500 pages
...is no knowledge a priori; no truths cognizable by the mind's inward light, and grounded on intuitive evidence. Sensation, and the mind's consciousness...sources, but the sole materials of our knowledge. From this doctrine, Coleridge, .-•with the German philosophers since Kant (not to go "farther back)...
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The right and wrong of state interference with corporation and church property

John Stuart Mill - History - 1859 - 496 pages
...is no knowledge a priori; no truths cognizable by the mind's inward light, and grounded on intuitive evidence. Sensation, and the mind's consciousness...sources, but the sole materials of our knowledge. From this doctrine, Coleridge, with the German philosophers since Kant (not to go farther back) and...
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On Nature and Grace: A Theological Treatise, Book I, Philosophical Introduction

William George Ward - Christian ethics - 1860 - 572 pages
...no truths cognisable by the ' mind's inward light, and grounded on intuitive evidence. Sensa' tion, and the mind's consciousness of its own acts, are not only ' the exclusive sourees, but the sole materials, of our knowledge.'* Let us test then, by these principles, an act...
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The Rambler, a Catholic journal of home and foreign literature [&c.]. Vol.5 ...

1861 - 458 pages
...then, says that there are " no truths cognisable by the mind's inward light, and grounded on intuitive evidence. Sensation, and the mind's consciousness...sources, but the sole materials of our knowledge." In terms, this is a direct contradiction of Dr. Ward; but do both writers use the words " intuition"...
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Essays Philosophical and Theological, Volume 1

James Martineau - Philosophy - 1866 - 444 pages
...no knowledge a priori ; no truths cognizable by the mind's inward light, and grounded on intuitive evidence. Sensation, and the mind's consciousness...sources, but the sole materials of our knowledge. From this doctrine, Coleridge, with the German philosophers since Kant (not to go further back), and...
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Papers Read at the Meetings of the Metaphysical Society, Volume 1

Learned institutions and societies - 1869 - 280 pages
...forces of matter. Logically, the theory takes another shape. It is thus stated by its author, — " Sensation and the mind's consciousness of Its own...sources, but the sole materials of our knowledge." What, however, is mind? "A series of feelings aware of itself, as past and future."1 " We have no conception...
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The Contemporary Review, Volume 16

Great Britain - 1871 - 674 pages
...component molecules. Logically, the theory takes another shape. It is thus stated by its author, — " Sensation and the mind's consciousness of its own...sources, but the sole materials of our knowledge." What, however, is mind ? "A series of feelings aware of itself, as past and future."* "We have no conception...
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Essays, Reviews, and Addresses: Theological, philosophical

James Martineau - Christianity - 1891 - 596 pages
...is no knowledge a priori ; no truth cognizable by the mind's inward light, and grounded on intuitive evidence. Sensation, and the mind's consciousness...sources, but the sole materials of our knowledge. From this doctrine, Coleridge, with the German philosophers since Kant (not to go further back), and...
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Nineteenth Century Questions

James Freeman Clarke - Civilization, Modern - 1897 - 388 pages
...prepossession, singularly English and insular, is thus stated by John Stuart Mill in his article on Coleridge. " Sensation, and the mind's consciousness of its own...sources, but the sole materials of our knowledge. There is no knowledge a priori; no truths cognizable by the mind's inward light, and grounded on intuitive...
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Towards a Romantic Conception of Nature: Coleridge's Poetry Up to 1803 : a ...

Hendrik Roelof Rookmaaker - Poetry - 1984 - 232 pages
...is no knowledge u priori; no truths cognizable by the mind's inward light, and grounded on intuitive evidence. Sensation, and the mind's consciousness...sources, but the sole materials of our knowledge. From this doctrine, Coleridge, with the German philosophers since Kant (not to go farther back) and...
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