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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
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Prose Writings of Swift

Jonathan Swift, Walter Lewin - 1886 - 352 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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Lectures on Greek Prose Composition: With Exercises

Arthur Sidgwick - 1889 - 186 pages
...consider that the debate lies merely 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 1 which may be justly held in the affirmative,...
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The Tale of a Tub and Other Works

Jonathan Swift - 1889 - 448 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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Swift: Selections from His Works, Volume 1

Jonathan Swift - 1892
...consider that 25 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 Prose Works of Jonathan Swift, Volume 1

Jonathan Swift - 1897 - 428 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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A Tale of a Tub: The Battle of the Books, and Other Early Works

Jonathan Swift - 1907 - 334 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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Readings in English Prose of the Eighteenth Century

Raymond Macdonald Alden - 1911 - 744 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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Readings in English Prose of the Eighteenth Century

Raymond Macdonald Alden - 1911 - 724 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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Readings in English Prose of the Eighteenth Century

Raymond Macdonald Alden - 1911 - 744 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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A Tale of a Tub: To which is Added The Battle of the Books, and the ...

Jonathan Swift - 1920 - 370 pages
...consider that the Debate meerly 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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