4 edition of The Philosophy of Necessity or Natural Law As Applicable to Moral Mental And Social Science found in the catalog.
June 30, 2004
by Kessinger Publishing
Written in English
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Mental Science a Compendium of Psychology, and the History of Philosophy. Alexander Bain - - D. Appleton and Company. The Philosophy of Necessity or, Natural Law as Applicable to Author: Alexander Bain. — Charles Bray, in his The Philosophy of Necessity: Or, Natural Law as Applicable to Moral, Mental, and Social Science quotes Epicurus without citation as saying a variant of the above statement (with "is not omnipotent" for "is impotent").
This quote appeared in "On the proofs of the existence of God: a lecture and answer questions. Charles Bray, in his The Philosophy of Necessity: Or, Natural Law as Applicable to Moral, Mental, and Social Science quotes Epicurus without citation as saying a variant of the above statement (with "is not omnipotent" for "is impotent").
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