Voltaire Quote

We are intelligent beings: intelligent beings cannot have been formed by a crude, blind, insensible being: there is certainly some difference between the ideas of Newton and the dung of a mule. Newton's intelligence, therefore, came from another intelligence


Voltaire's Philosophical Dictionary (ed. Voltaire, 2015) - ISBN: 9788892503625

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We are intelligent beings: intelligent beings cannot have been formed by a crude, blind, insensible being: there is certainly some difference between ...

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We are intelligent beings: intelligent beings cannot have been formed by a crude, blind, insensible being: there is certainly some difference between ...

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We are intelligent beings: intelligent beings cannot have been formed by a crude, blind, insensible being: there is certainly some difference between ...

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We are intelligent beings: intelligent beings cannot have been formed by a crude, blind, insensible being: there is certainly some difference between ...