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" I have supposed, may be less destructible. And, I sometimes imagine, that many of those powers, which have been called instinctive, belong to the more refined clothing of the spirit ; conscience, indeed, seems to have some undefined source, and may bear... "
Hindu Philosophy: The Bhagavad Gītā; Or, The Sacred Lay. A Sanskrit ... - Página 14
1889 - 208 páginas
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Blackwood's Magazine, Volumen91

1862
...the various theories founded upon Locke, that man has instincts, of which revelation is one, and " that many of those powers which have been called instinctive...belong to the more refined clothing of the spirit."* Be this as it may, I doubt not that each of my readers will recall some instance analogous to that...
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The Monthly Review

1830
...of gross sensation, the nerves and brain, are destroyed by death, yet something of the more ethereal nature, which I have supposed, may be less destructible....source, and may bear relation to a former state of being.'—pp. 210—215. In the fifth dialogue, we have a pleasing and very convincing argument in...
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Mores Catholici: Or, Ages of Faith ...

Kenelm Henry Digby - 1837
...opinion of a late philosopher, who says, " The sentient principle may adhere to us in another state, and I sometimes imagine that many of those powers...belong to the more refined clothing of the spirit, which death may not destroy, though the organs of gross sensation, the nerves and brain, will be destroyed...
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Mores Catholici, Or, Ages of Faith, Volumen2

Kenelm Henry Digby - 1846
...The sentient principle may adhere to us in another state, and I sometimes imagine that many of thon powers which have been called instinctive, belong to the more refined clothing of the spirit, which death may not destroy, thouph the organs of gross sensation, the nerves ana brain, will be destroyed....
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volumen91

1862
...the various theories founded upon Locke, that man has instincts, of which revelation is one, and - that many of those powers which have been called instinctive belong to the ni'-re refined clothing of the spirit."s Be this as it may, I doubt not that each of my readerswill...
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Caxtoniana: A Series of Essays of Essays on Life, Literature, and ..., Volumen1

Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton - 1864
...the various theories founded upon Locke, that man has instincts, of which revelation is one, " and that many of those powers which have been called instinctive...belong to the more refined clothing of the spirit."* Be this as it may, I doubt not that each of my readers will recall some instance analogous to that...
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Caxtoniana: a Series of Essays on Life, Literature, and Manners

Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton - 1864 - 441 páginas
...OF LIFE. 15 ' theories founded upon Locke, that man has instincts, of which revelation is one, " and that many of those powers which have been called instinctive...belong to the more refined clothing of the spirit."* Be this as it may, I doubt not that each of my readers will recall some instance analogous to that...
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Miscellaneous prose works, Volumen3

Edward George E.L. Bulwer- Lytton (1st baron.) - 1868
...the various theories founded upon Locke), that man has instincts, of which revelation is one, and " that many of those powers which have been called instinctive...belong to the more refined clothing of the spirit." * Be this as it may, I doubt not that each of my readers will recall some instance analogous to the...
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Reincarnation: A Study of Forgotten Truth

Edward Dwight Walker - 1888 - 350 páginas
...gross sensation, the nerves and brain, are destroyed by death, yet something of the more ethereal value may be less destructible, and I sometimes imagine...the spirit. Conscience, indeed, seems to have some indefined source, and may bear relations to a former state of being." V. THE POETRY OF REINCARNATION...
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Consolations in Travel: Or, The Last Days of a Philosopher

Sir Humphry Davy - 1889 - 192 páginas
...gross sensation—the nerves and brain—are destroyed by death, yet something of the more ethereal nature, which I have supposed, may be less destructible....sometimes imagine that many of those powers, which have bete called instinctive, belong to the more refined clothing of the spirit; conscience, indeed, seems...
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