David Hume Quote

Reasoning from the common course of nature, and without supposing any new interposition of the Supreme Cause, which ought always to be excluded from philosophy; what is incorruptible must also be ingenerable. The soul, therefore, if immortal, existed before our birth: And if the former existence noways concerned us, neither will the latter.


Essays On Suicide And The Immortality Of The Soul (ed. 1799)

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Reasoning from the common course of nature, and without supposing any new interposition of the Supreme Cause, which ought always to be excluded from...

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Reasoning from the common course of nature, and without supposing any new interposition of the Supreme Cause, which ought always to be excluded from...

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Reasoning from the common course of nature, and without supposing any new interposition of the Supreme Cause, which ought always to be excluded from...

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Reasoning from the common course of nature, and without supposing any new interposition of the Supreme Cause, which ought always to be excluded from...