Francis Hutcheson Quotes
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Wisdom denotes the pursuing of the best Ends by the best Means.
All our Ideas, or the materials of our reasoning or judging, are received by some immediate Powers of Perception internal or external, which we may call Senses … Reasoning or Intellect seems to raise no new Species of Ideas, but to discover or discern the Relations of those received.
Men have been Laughed out of Faults which a Sermon could not reform.