Natural Theology Considered: With Reference to Lord Brougham's Discourse on that Subject
Pitt Press, 1836 - 354 páginas
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Página 117 - ... his thoughts that way, and considers them attentively, he will no more have clear and distinct ideas of all the operations of his mind, and all that may be observed therein, than he will have all the particular ideas of any landscape, or of the parts and motions of a clock, who will not turn...