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" By obfervation, and experiments properly conducted, the ftock of human knowledge may be enlarged without end ; but the power of reafoning alone, applied with vigour through a long life, would only carry a man round, like a horfe in a mill, who labours... "
Sketches of the History of Man: In Four Volumes - Página 188
por Lord Henry Home Kames - 1775
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Essays on the powers of the human mind [orig. publ. as Essays on the ...

Thomas Reid - 1827 - 706 páginas
...properly conducted, the stock of human knowledge may be enlarged without end ; but the power of reasoning alone, applied with vigour through a long life, would only carry a man round like a horse in a mill, who labours hard, but makes no progress. There is indeed an exception to this observation...
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Old and new logic; an attempt to elucidate how lord Bacon delivered the ...

Justin Brenan - 1839 - 236 páginas
...liuman knowledge may be enlarged without end ; but the power of reasoning alone, supplied with vigor through a long life, would only carry a man round, like a horse in a mill, who labors hard, but makes no progress." Observe particularly the part that I have...
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The chart and scale of truth, by which to find the cause of error

Edward Tatham - 1840 - 810 páginas
...properly conducted, the stock of human knowledge may be enlarged without end ; but the power of reasoning alone, applied with vigour through a long life, would only carry a man round like a horse in a mill, who labours hard but makes no progress. — Dr. Reid's Appendix to Lord Kaims's Sketches,...
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The Works of Thomas Reid, D.D.: Now Fully Collected, with ..., Volumen2

Thomas Reid - 1863 - 552 páginas
...properly conducted, the stock of human knowledge may be enlarged without end ; but the power of reasoning alone, applied with vigour through a long life, would only carry a man round like a horse iu a mill, who labours hard but makes no progress. There is indeed an exception to this observation...
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