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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.
Faith-belief is the organ by which we apprehend what is beyond our knowledge.

The infinite God can not by us, in the present limitation of our faculties, be comprehended or conceived.
The law of the mind, that the conceivable is in every relation bounded by the inconceivable, I call the law of the conditioned.
[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. . . .
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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