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" Existence is a blessing to those beings only which are endowed with perception, and is in a manner thrown away upon dead matter, any further than as it is subservient to beings which are conscious of their existence. "
The Evidences of the Christian Religion - Page 119
by Joseph Addison - 1753 - 330 pages
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The Spectator, Volume 7

1718
...but rather that they fhould be furxifhed with Beings aKpted to their refpeftive Situations. EXISTENCE is a Bleffing to thofe Beings only which are endowed...manner thrown away upon dead Matter, any further than asrit »s fubferviem to Beings which are confcious of their Exiftence. Accordingly we find, from the...
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An Essay on the Origin of Evil

William King - 1731 - 330 pages
...which are endowed with Percep-1 tion, and is in a manner thrown away upon' dead Matter, any farther than as it is fubfervient to Beings which are confcious of their Exiftence. Accordingly we find, from theBodies which lie under our Obfervation, . " that Matter is only mad« as the Ban's and " Support...
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An Essay on the Origin of Evil, Volume 1

William King - 1732
...with Beings adapted to their refpeftive Situations. Exifteme is a Blefling to thofe Beings only \vhich are endowed with Perception, and is in " a manner thrown away upon dead Matter, any farther thart as it is fubfervient to Beings which are confcious of their Exigence. Accordingly we...
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The Evidences of the Christian Religion

Joseph Addison - 1733 - 330 pages
...defart and unpeopled, but rather that they fhould be furnifhed with Beings adapted to their refpectivc fituations. Exiftence is a bleffing to thofe Beings...thrown away upon dead matter, any further than as it is fab* iervient to Beings which are confcious of their Exiftence, Accordingly we find, from the bodies...
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The Spectator: ...

1737
...they fhould be furnifhed with Beings adapted to their refpec"Uve Situations. EXISTENCE is a Bidding to thofe Beings only which are endowed with Perception,...dead Matter, any further than as it is fubfervient to Ecings which are confcious of their Exiftence. Accordingly we find, from the Bodies which lie under...
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The Spectator, Volume 7

Joseph Addison, Richard Steele - 1753
...only which are endowed with Perception, and is in a manner thrown away upon dead Matter, any farther than as it is fubfervient to Beings which are confcious...Accordingly we find, from the Bodies which lie under our.Obfervation, that Matter is only made as the Bafis and Support of Animols, and that there is no...
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An Essay on the Origin of Evil, Volume 1

William King - 1758
...rather that they fiiould be furniflied with Beings adapted to their refpe&ive Situations. Exijlence is a Bleffing to thofe Beings only which are endowed...and is in a manner thrown away upon dead Matter, any farther than as it is fubfervient to Beings which are confcious of their Exigence. Accordingly we find...
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The Moral Miscellany: Or, a Collection of Select Pieces, in Prose and Verse ...

1773 - 376 pages
...unpeopled, but rather that they mould be furnifhed with beings adapted to their refpeftive fituatieui. Exiftence is a bleffing to thofe beings only which...and is in a manner thrown away upon dead matter, any farther than as it is fubfervient to beings which are confcious of their exiftence. Accordingly we...
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An Essay on the Origin of Evil

William King - 1781 - 456 pages
...they mould be furniftied with beings adapted to their refpeflive fituationi. Exiflence is a hlefllng to thofe beings only which are endowed with perception,...and is in a manner thrown away upon dead matter, any farther than as it is fubfervient to beings which are confcious of their exigence. Accordingly we (lud...
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Evidences of the Christian religion. To which are added, discourses against ...

Joseph Addison - 1796
...that they mould be fumifhed with beings adapted to their re/pectivc fituations. Exiftence is a Hefting to thofe beings only which are endowed with perception,...as it is fubfervient to beings which are confcious to their exHtence. Accordingly we find, from the bodies which lie under our obfcrvation, fcbfervation,...
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