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On the Improvement of the Understanding Benedict
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according action actual aesthetic appear argument attain authority beauty become belief better bodies called cause certain common conception concerning conclusion consider continuity course desire determined direct discover doubt effect evidence evil example existence experience expression fact faith feeling follow force give given hand human idea ideal imagination important individual inference interest intuition kind knowledge least less live logical material matter means merely method mind moral motion nature necessary never object observed once opinion particular perceive perception person philosophy physical pleasure positive possible practical present principle probability problem produce qualities question reality reason regard relation religion religious result scientific seems sense simple social Socrates spirit suppose theory things thought tion true truth understanding universe whole