Metaphysical tracts by English philosophers of the eighteenth century

New York: G. Olms (1837)
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command, she can by employing them respectively affect things external, as when we take up a book; or the body, as when we wipe our face; or herself, as when we recollect some past occurrence. All which actions are ordinarily ascribed ...



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