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" There is a consequence, besides those I have already mentioned, which seems very naturally deducible from the foregoing considerations. If the scale of Being rises by such a regular progress, so high as man, we may, by a parity of reason, suppose that... "
The Guide to Knowledge - Page 21
edited by - 1836
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An Essay on the Origin of Evil

William King - 1731 - 330 pages
...ftill proceeds gradually thro' '« thofe Beings which are of a fuperior Nature «• to him; fince there is an infinitely greater '« Space and Room for different Degrees of 11 Perfection between the Supreme Being and " Man, than between Man and the moft defpi" cable Infeft....
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An Essay on the Origin of Evil, Volume 1

William King - 1732
...fuppofe that it (till proceeds gradually thro' thofe Beings which are of a fuperior Nature to him ; fince there is an infinitely greater Space and Room for different Degrees of Perfection between the fupreme Being and Man, than between Man and themoft defpicable Infeft. This Confequence of fo great...
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The Evidences of the Christian Religion

Joseph Addison - 1733 - 330 pages
...through thofe Beings which are of a fupcrior nature to himj fince there is an infinitely greater fpace and room for different degrees of perfection, between...the Supreme Being and man, than between man and the moil defpicable infect. This confequence of fo great a variety of Beings which are fuperior to us,...
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The Spectator: ...

1737
...that it itill proceeds gradually through thofe Beings which are of a fuperior Nature to him ; fince there is an infinitely greater Space and Room for different Degrees of Perfeftion, between the Supreme Being and Man, than between Man and the moft defpicable Infeft. This...
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The Microscope Made Easy: Or: The nature, uses and magnifying powers of the ...

Henry Baker - 1743 - 311 pages
...ftill proceeds gradually upwards thro' numberlefs Orders of Beings of a fuperior Nature to him : as there is an infinitely greater Space and Room for...the Supreme Being and Man, than between Man and the moft defpicable Infed." Mr. LOCK'S Thoughts upon this Subject are very curious : " That there fhould,...
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The Microscope Made Easy: Or, I. The Nature, Uses, and Magnifying Powers of ...

Henry Baker - 1744 - 311 pages
...proceeds gradually upwards thro' numberlefs Orders of Beings of a fuperior Nature to him: as there js an infinitely greater Space and Room for different...the Supreme Being and Man, than between Man and the. mof| defpicable IrjfecV' by the fame common Denomination, it feems almoft of a different Nature. If,...
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Fifty sermons on several subjects and occasions, Volume 3

Charles Wheatly - 1746
...Krr»i -n • v 11. " it ftill proceeds gradually through Beings of a fuperior Nature to him ; fmce there " is an infinitely greater Space and Room, " for different Degrees of Perfection between r " the Supreme Being and Man, than be" tween Man and the moft defpicable In« fect. - Not that it...
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Evidences of the Christian religion. To which are added, discourses against ...

Joseph Addison - 1796
...through thole beings which are of a fuperior nature to him : fince there is an infinitely greater fpace and room for different degrees of perfection, between...the Supreme Being and man, than between man and the mott delpicable infect. This eoniequence of fo great a variety of Beings which are Superior to us,...
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The English Reader: Or, Pieces in Prose and Poetry Selected from the Best ...

Lindley Murray - 1799 - 356 pages
...through thofe beings which are of a fuperior nature to him; fince there is infinitely greater fpace and room for different degrees of perfection, between...the Supreme Being and man, than between man and the moft defpicable infect. In this great fyftem of being, there is no creature fo wonderful in its nature,...
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The Addisonian miscellany, a selection from the Spectator, Tatler, and ...

Joseph Addison - 1801
...thiough thole beings, whk'U are of a fuperior nature to him ; lince there is an infinitely greater fpace and room for different degrees of perfection between...the Supreme Being and Man, than between man and the moft defpicable infect. The contequence of fo great a variety of beings, which are fuperior to us,...
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