2 edition of Miscellaneous tracts found in the catalog.
|Contributions||Wesley, John, 1703-1791., Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||BX890 .O6 1781|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 p.l., [v]-xvi, 397 p.,|
|Number of Pages||397|
|LC Control Number||36033012|
By Johann Georg Theodor Graesse. It might be possible in this way to secure on occasion distinguished men from a distance as well as to utilize the services of specialists in our own membership. Translated by Antje Lemke. And most sure it is, and a true conclusion of experience, that a little natural philosophy inclineth the mind to atheism, but a further proceeding bringeth the mind back to religion. But the impediments of time and accidents, though they have wrought a general indisposition, yet are they not so peremptory and binding, as the internal impediments and clouds in the mind and spirit of man, whereof it now followeth to speak. That the several conceits in that kind; as that the lively and moving beginnings of things should be shift or appetite of matter to privation; the spirit of the world, working in matter according to platform; the proceeding or fructifying of distinct kinds according to their proprieties; the intercourse of the elements by mediation of their common qualities; the appetite of like portions to unite themselves; amity and discord, or sympathy and antipathy; motion to the centre, with motion of stripe or press; the casual agitation, aggregation, and essays of the solid portions in the void space; motion of shuttings and openings; are all mere negations.
That of the alchemists hath the foundation in imposture, in auricular traditions and obscurity. When things are known and found out, then they can descant upon them, they can knit them into certain causes, they can reduce them to their principles. First Edition. When, being invited by the refugees to go along with them to England, he kindly accepted of that brotherly invitation; but having escaped the traps which had been laid for him and the other Spanish refugees at Cologn and other places in Germany, he and one John Fernaidel, another Spanish Confessor, were discovered at Middleburgh in Zealand, which was then under the Spanish dominion, as they were ready to have embarked there for England. Cazalla, by whom he had been converted. Of the impediments which have been in the affection of pride, specially of one kind, which is the disdain of dwelling and being conversant much in experiences and particulars, especially such as are vulgar in occurrency, and base and ignoble in use.
When or how he died in the Inquisition we know not, but it is certain that some years after he was apprehended, his bones were brought out and burnt in an Act of the Faith celebrated in that city, as the bones of one who had died an impenitent Protestant Heretic. A series of tracts addressed to Pastor J. Wherefore to secure and warrant what is a true direction, though that general note I have given be perspicuous in itself, for a man shall soon cast with himself, whether he be ever the near to effect and operate or no, or whether he have won but an abstract or varied notion, yet for better instruction I will deliver three particular notes of caution. This process continues until you are completely satisfied with the design.
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There was likewise among his books a Treatise against Purgatory and Indulgences; a second Treatise against Transubstantiation and a third against the Merit of good Works. Ur Religionens Historia. This most pious and learned martyr is acknowledged by Paramus, an Inquisitor, to have been a most eloquent Preacher, and one who, after having undergone all the cruelties of the merciless Court of Inquisition, in which his mother died, was with thirteen more, professing the Protestant religion, brought forth and burnt to ashes in an Act of the Faith.
It appeareth then, what is now in proposition, not by general circumlocution, but by particular note, no former philosophy varied in terms or method; no new placet or speculation upon particulars already known; no referring to action by any manual of practice, but the revealing and discovering of new inventions and operations.
And this appeareth sufficiently in that there is no proceeding in invention of knowledge, but by similitude; and God is only self-like, having nothing in common with any creature, otherwise as in shadow and trope. Of the impediments which have been in the nature of society, and the policies of state.
By Peter Olivarus Bugge. We can help you from start to finish! That there is less reason of distrust in the course Miscellaneous tracts book interpretation now propounded, than in any knowledge formerly delivered, because this course doth in sort equal men's wits, and leaveth no great advantage or pre-eminence to the perfect and excellent motions of the spirit.
This learned Doctor was ordered by the Emperor to attend his son, Prince Philip, in quality of his Preacher, into Flanders, on purpose to let the Flemings see that Spain, at that time, was not without its polite Scholars and Orators.
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The plainest method, and most directly pertinent to this intention, will be to make distribution of sciences, arts, inventions, works, and their portions, according to the use and tribute which they yield and render to the conditions of man's life, and under those several uses, being as several offices of provisions, to charge and tax what may be reasonably exacted or demanded, not guiding ourselves neither by the poverty of experiences and probations, nor according to the vanity of credulous imaginations; and then upon those charges and taxations to distinguish and present, as it were, in several columns, what is extant and already found, and what is defective and further to be provided.
And most sure it is, and a true conclusion of experience, that a little natural philosophy inclineth the mind to atheism, but a further proceeding bringeth the mind back to religion.
From the estate of John H. Candy bar? For howsoever governments have several forms, sometimes one governing, sometimes few, sometimes the multitude; yet the state of knowledge is ever a democracy, and that prevaileth which is most agreeable to the senses and conceits of people.
Quantity Available: 1. We will keep you in the loop and email you proofs once they are complete. Many of these men had greater wits, far above mine own, and so are many in the Universities of Europe at this day.
The first is, that the nature discovered be more original than the nature supposed, and not more secondary or of the like degree; as to make a stone bright, or to make it smooth, it is a good direction to say make it even; but to make a stone even, it is no good direction to say, make it bright, or make it smooth; for the rule is, that the disposition of any thing referring to the state of it in itself, of the parts, is more original than that which is relative or transitive towards another thing.
That the nature of this trial is not only upon the point, whether the knowledge be profitable or no, but even upon the points whether the knowledge be true or no.
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Of the impediments which have been in the affections, the principle whereof hath been despair or diffidence, and the strong apprehension of the difficulty, obscurity, and infiniteness which belongeth to the invention of knowledge, and that men have not known their own strength; and that the supposed difficulties and vastness of the work is rather in show and muster, than in state or substance, where the true way is taken.
Of which provisions, because in many of them, after the manner of slothful and faulty officers and accomptants, it will be returned by way of excuse, that no such are to be had, it will be fit to give some light of the nature of the supplies, whereby it will evidently appear, that they are to be compassed and procured.
That although men be free from these errors and incumbraaces in the will and affection, yet it is not a thing so easy as is conceived to convey the conceit of one man's mind into the mind of another, without loss or mistaking, especially in notions new and differing from those that are received.
The angel of light that was, when he presumed before his fall, said within himself, "I will ascend and be like unto the Highest;" not God, but the Highest.
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