Bibliographic Entry: Hume1748
Hume, David. An Enquiry concerning Human Understanding. Hrsg. von P. Millican. Oxford und New York, 2007.

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Examples in Reference

This is a list of the examples from the edition above that were collected so far.

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Plötzlicher Tod eines gesunden Mannes kein Wunder

 

[12] A miracle is a violation of the laws of nature, and as a firm and unalterable experience has established these laws, the proof against a miracle, from the very nature of the fact, is as entire

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114f. / 83 1) Plötzlicher Tod eines jungen Mannes 2) Wiederauferstehung 1) kein Wunder 2) Wunder

[12] A miracle is a violation of the laws of nature, and as a firm and unalterable experience has established these laws, the proof against a miracle, from the very nature of the fact, is as entire as

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127f./92f. Wiederauferstehung der Königin Elizabeth unmögliches Wunder; unmöglicher Ausnahmefall but suppose

[37]But suppose, that all the historians who treat of ENGLAND, should agree, that, on the first of JANUARY 1600, Queen ELIZABETH died; that both before and after her death she was seen by her physicia

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127f./92f. acht Tage lang Dunkelheit bezeugtes Wunder; möglicher (glaubwürdiger) Ausnahmefall thus, suppose

[36] I beg the limitations here made may be remarked, when I say, that a miracle can never be proved, so as to be the foundation of a system of religion. For I own, that otherwise, there may possibly

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164/119 f. Das Fallen eines Kieselsteins könnte die Sonne auslöschen; der Wunsch eines Menschen könnte die Planeten auf ihren Bahnen lenken Alles könnte alles bewirken

The existence, therefore, of any being can only be proved by arguments from its cause or its effects; and these arguments are founded entirely on experience. If we reason à priori, any thing may appea

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26/18 Dass die Sonne morgen nicht aufgehen werde widerspruchsfreier und verständlicher Satz

The contrary of every matter of fact is still possible; because it can never imply a contradiction, and is conceived by the mind with the same facility and distinctness, as if ever so conformable to r

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57/42 Feuer hat immer noch jeden Menschen verbrannt, Wasser immer noch jeden Menschen erstickt Naturgesetze, deren Geltung man sich sicher sein kann

Fire has always burned, and water suffocated every human creature: The production of motion by impulse and gravity is an universal law, which has hitherto admitted of no exception.