David Hume Quote

When the coherence of the parts of a stone, or even that composition of parts which renders it extended; when these familiar objects, I say, are so inexplicable, and contain circumstances so repugnant and contradictory; with what assurance can we decide concerning the origin of worlds, or trace their history from eternity to eternity?


Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion (ed. 1779)

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When the coherence of the parts of a stone, or even that composition of parts which renders it extended; when these familiar objects, I say, are so...

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When the coherence of the parts of a stone, or even that composition of parts which renders it extended; when these familiar objects, I say, are so...

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When the coherence of the parts of a stone, or even that composition of parts which renders it extended; when these familiar objects, I say, are so...

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When the coherence of the parts of a stone, or even that composition of parts which renders it extended; when these familiar objects, I say, are so...