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William Hamilton
(1788-1856) born on
Mar 08
Scottish philosopher. He contributed to the lively ecclesiastical controversy of the time [1843] by publishing a pamphlet against the principle of non-intrusion.
         
   
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Faith-belief is the organ by which we apprehend what is beyond our knowledge.

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The infinite God can not by us, in the present limitation of our faculties, be comprehended or conceived.
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The law of the mind, that the conceivable is in every relation bounded by the inconceivable, I call the law of the conditioned.
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[A]ll that is conceivable in thought lies between two extremes, which, as contradictory of each other, can not both be true, but of which, as mutually contradictory, one must be true. . . .
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Truth, like a torch, the more it's shook the more it shines.
 
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Published Sources for the above Quotations:
F: 'The Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy."
R: 'The Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy."
A: 'The Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy."
N: 'The Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy."
K: "Discussions on Philosophy and Literature, Education and University Reform", 1852
   


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