David Hume Quote

When I shall be dead, the principles of which I am composed will still perform their part in the universe, and will be equally useful in the grand fabric, as when they composed this individual creature. The difference to the whole will be no greater betwixt my being in a chamber and in the open air. The one change is of more importance to me than the other; but not more so to the universe.


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

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When I shall be dead, the principles of which I am composed will still perform their part in the universe, and will be equally useful in the grand...

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When I shall be dead, the principles of which I am composed will still perform their part in the universe, and will be equally useful in the grand...

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When I shall be dead, the principles of which I am composed will still perform their part in the universe, and will be equally useful in the grand...

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When I shall be dead, the principles of which I am composed will still perform their part in the universe, and will be equally useful in the grand...