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" Should a traveller, returning from a far country, bring us an account of men, wholly different from any with whom we were ever acquainted... "
Rum, Romance & Rebellion - Página 234
por Charles William Taussig - 1928 - 289 páginas
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Essays and Treatises on Several Subjects, Volumen1

David Hume - 1760 - 314 páginas
...the world. SHOULD a traveller, returning from a far .country, i>rin'>- us an account of men, entirely different from .any, with whom we were ever acquainted ; men, who were were entirely divefted of avarice, ambition, or re^ venge ; who knew no pleafure but friendfhip, generofity,...
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An enquiry concerning human understanding. A dissertation on the passions ...

David Hume - 1772 - 556 páginas
...obfervation, than the men, defcribed by POLYBIUS and TACITUS, are to thofe who now govern the world. Should a traveller, returning from a far country,...whom we were ever acquainted ; men, who were entirely divefted of avarice, ambition, or revenge ; who knew no pleafure but friendfhip, generofity, and public...
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Essays and Treatises on Several Subjects, in Two Volumes

David Hume - 1779 - 548 páginas
...obfervation, than the men, defcribed by Polybius and Tacitus, are to thofe, who now govern the world. Should a traveller, returning from a far country,...we were ever acquainted;., men, who were entirely diverted of avarice, ambition, or revenge; who knew no pleafure but friendfhip, generofity, and public...
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Essays and Treatises on Several Subjects: In Two Volumes

David Hume - 1804 - 552 páginas
...observation, than|^the men, described by POLYBIUS and TACITUS, are to those who now govern the world. Should a traveller, returning from a far country,...from any with whom we were ever acquainted ; men who wer« entirely divested of avarice, ambition, or revenge ; who knew no pleasure but friendship, generosity,...
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Letters from Dr. James Gregory of Edinburgh: In Defence of His Essay on the ...

James Gregory - 1819 - 454 páginas
...circumstances, induce him to such a conduct. " If we heard a traveller," says Mr. Hume, " giving " an account of men, wholly different from any, " with whom we were acquainted, who were en" tirely divested of avarice, ambition, or revenge, " who knew no pleasure,...
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The Philosophical Works, Volumen4

David Hume - 1854 - 576 páginas
...observation, than the men described by Polybius and Tacitus are to those who now govern the world. Should a traveller, returning from a far country,...us an account of men wholly different from any with Avhom we were ever acquainted, men who were entirely divested of avarice, ambition, or revenge, who...
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Kant-Studien, Volumen8

Hans Vaihinger, Max Scheler, Bruno Bauch, Max Frischeisen-Köhler, Arthur Liebert, Paul Menzer - 1903 - 582 páginas
...Objekt der histo>) Vgl. Ed. Meyer, aa O. 29 u. 46 f. ") Schon David Hume hat dies richtig erkannt: „Should a traveller, returning from a far country,...whom we were ever acquainted; men, who were entirely rischen Forschung, aber sie sind ihr condicio sine qua non. Und umgekehrt ist in jedem naturwissenschaftlichen...
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Philosophical Essays Concerning Human Understanding

David Hume - 1750 - 272 páginas
...Obfervation, than the Men, defcrib'd by Polybius and TacituiTzrz to thofe who now govern the World. SHOULD a Traveller, returning from a far Country, bring us an Account of Men, entirely different from any we were ever acquainted with ; Men, who were entirely diverted of Avarice,...
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Human Nature and Historical Knowledge: Hume, Hegel and Vico

Leon Pompa - 1990 - 248 páginas
...traveller who brings back reports of a race of such merit as to be unlike any we know by experience: 'men, who were entirely divested of avarice, ambition,...pleasure but friendship, generosity, and public spirit'. The incompatibility of this with what experience teaches us, we are told, is sufficient to warrant...
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Epidemics and Ideas: Essays on the Historical Perception of Pestilence

Terence Ranger, Paul Slack - 1992 - 364 páginas
...observe his taming of the dragon) and water or wasteland (to which he confines the monster) on the other. 'Should a traveller, returning from a far country, bring us an account of men ... who knew no pleasure but friendship, generosity, and public spirit; we should immediately, from...
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