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" We then feel a new sentiment or impression, to wit, a customary connexion in the thought or imagination between one object and its usual attendant; and this sentiment is the original of that idea 10 which we seek for. "
The Eclectic review. vol. 1-New [8th] - Page 330
1846
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The Biographical History of Philosophy from Its Origin in Greece ..., Volume 1

George Henry Lewes - Philosophy - 1857 - 838 pages
...of cause and connection. We then feel a new sentiment, to wit, a customary connection in the thought between one object and its usual attendant ; and this...sentiment is the original of that idea which we seek for." This is manifestly wrong. A single instance of one billiard-ball moving another, suffices to originate...
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The Biographical History of Philosophy: From Its Origin in Greece ..., Volume 2

George Henry Lewes - Philosophy - 1857 - 482 pages
...from a thousand. " When many uniform instances appear," says Hume, " and the same object is always followed by the same event, we then begin to entertain the notion of cause and connection. We then feel a new sentiment, to wit, a customary connection in the thought between one...
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The Biographical History of Philosophy from Its Origin in Greece Down to the ...

George Henry Lewes - Philosophers - 1857 - 846 pages
...from a thousand. " When many uniform instances appear," says Hume, " and the same object is always followed by the same event, we then begin to entertain the notion of cause and connection. We then feel a new sentiment, to wit, a customary connection in the thought between one...
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The History of Philosophy: From Thales to Comte, Volume 2

George Henry Lewes - Philosophy - 1871 - 798 pages
...of cause and connection. We then feel a new sentiment, to wit, a customary connection in the thought between one object and its usual attendant ; and this...sentiment is the original of that idea which we seek for.' This is manifestly wrong. A single instance of one billiardball moving another suffices to originate...
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A New View of Causation

Thomas Squire Barrett - Causation - 1871 - 250 pages
...— TSB] ' " When many uniform ' instances appear," says Hume, ' " and the same object is always ' followed by the same event, we ' then begin to entertain the notion ' of cause and connection. We ' then feel a new sentiment, to' wit, a customary connection in ' the thought between...
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The Philosophy of Science: A Contribution Thereto, on Cause and Effect

Thomas Squire Barrett - Causation - 1872 - 258 pages
...of cause and connection. We then feel a new sentiment, towit, a customary connection in the thought between one object and its usual attendant : and this...sentiment is the original of that idea which we seek for." This is manifestly wrong. A single instance of one billiard-ball moving another suffices to originate...
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The Philosophy of Science: A Contribution Thereto, on Cause and Effect

Thomas Squire Barrett - Causation - 1872 - 256 pages
...— TSB] ' " When many uniform ' instances appear," says Hume, ' " and the same object is always ' followed by the same event, we ' then begin to entertain the notion ' of cause and connection. We ' then feel a new sentiment, to' wit, a customary connection in ' the thought between...
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English Literature in the Eighteenth Century

Alfred Hix Welsh - English literature - 1880 - 182 pages
...merely because it has always burned : 'When many uniform instances appear and the same object is always followed by the same event, we then begin to entertain the notion of cause and connection. We then feel a new sentiment, to wit, a cu.-tomary connection in the thought between one...
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Immanuel Kant's Critique of Pure Reason: In Commemoration of the ..., Volume 1

Immanuel Kant - Causation - 1881 - 590 pages
...followed by the same event, we then begin to entertain the notion of cause or connexion. We then fed a new sentiment or impression, to wit, a customary...sentiment is the original of that idea which we seek for.' But the regularity of the course of nature up to a certain point supplies no log1cal ground for the...
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Immanuel Kant's Critique of Pure Reason, Volume 1

Immanuel Kant - Causation - 1881 - 588 pages
...idea of power or necessary connexion. But when uniform instances appear, and the same object is always followed by the same event, we then begin to entertain the notion of cause or connexion. We then feel a new sentiment or impression, to wit, a customary connexion in the thought...
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