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" ... whether things that have place in the imagination may not as properly be said to exist as those that are seated in the memory... "
The Works of Dr. Jonathan Swift ... - Page 104
by Jonathan Swift - 1757 - 2984 pages
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A tale of a tub. The battle of the books [and essays

Jonathan Swift - 1801
...consider that the debate merely lies between things past, and things conceived : and so the question is only this; whether things, that have place in the imagination, may not as properly be said to exist, as those that are seated in the memory; which may be justly held in the affirmative,...
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The Life, Adventures, and Opinions of Col. George Hanger, Volume 1

George Hanger, George Coleraine - 1801
...consider that the debate merely lies between things past and things conceived* ; and so the question is only this, whether things that have place in the imagination, may not as properly be said to exist as those that are * Dean Swift. seated in the memory, which may be justly held in the...
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The Life, Adventures, and Opinions of Col. George Hanger, Volume 1

George Hanger, George Coleraine - 1801
...consider that the debate merely lies between things past and things conceived* ; and so the question js only this, whether things that have place in the, imagination, may not as properly be said to exist as those that are * Dean Swif:. seated in the memory, which may be justly held in the...
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The Works, Volume 3

Jonathan Swift - 1803
...consider that the debate merely lies between things past, and things conceived : and so the question is only this ; whether things, that have place in the imagination, may not as properly be said to txist, as those tha^ are seated in the memory ; which may be justly held in the affirmative,...
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A Tale of a Tub,: Written for the Universal Improvement of Mankind. To which ...

Jonathan Swift, William Wotton - 1811 - 322 pages
...consider that the debate merely lies between things past and thing* conceived. And so the question is only this: whether things that have place in the imagination, may not as properly be said to exist, as those that are seated in the memory? Which may be justly held in the affirmative:...
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A Tale of a Tub: Written for the Universal Improvement of Mankind. To which ...

Jonathan Swift, William Wotton - 1812 - 234 pages
...consider that the debate merely lies between things past, and things conceived : and so the question is only this ; whether things, that have place in the imagination, may not as properly be said to exist, as those that are seated in the memory ; which may be justly held in the affirmative,...
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The Works of the Rev. Jonathan Swift, D.D. ...: With Notes ..., Volume 3

Jonathan Swift - 1812
...consider that the debate merely lies between things past, and things conceived : and so the question is only this ; whether things, that have place in the imagination, may act as properly be said to exist, as those that are seated in the memory ; Avhich may be justly held...
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The Works of Jonathan Swift: Tale of a tub. Battle of the books. Polite ...

Jonathan Swift, Walter Scott - 1814
...consider that the debate merely lies between things past and things conceived : and so the question is only this ; whether things, that have place in the imagination, may not as properly be said to exist, as those that are seated in the memory ; which may be justly held in the affirmative,...
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The works of Jonathan Swift, containing additional letters ..., Volume 11

Jonathan Swift - 1814
...consider that the debate merely lies between things past and things conceived : and so the question is only this ; whether things, that have place in the imagination, may not as properly be said to exist, as those that are seated in the memory ; which may be justly held in the affirmative,...
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Tale of a tub. Battle of the books. Polite conversation

Jonathan Swift - 1814
...consider that the debate merely lies between things past and things conceived : and so the question is only this ; whether things, that have place in the imagination, may not as properly be said to exist, as those that are seated in the memory ; which may be justly held in the affirmative,...
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