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  • Just so, conjectural knowledge is also an outcome of the separation and connection of the human mind and the divine Mind, of image and Original.

    Cusanus, Nicolaus [Nicolas of Cusa]

  • If you do not understand the operations of your own finite mind, that thinking thing within you, do not deem it strange that you cannot comprehend the operations of that eternal infinite Mind, who made and governs all things, and whom the heaven of heavens cannot contain.

    An Essay Concerning Human Understanding

  • I would not discount the importance of reason; I would simply argue that the light of the mind is outshined by the light of eternal Mind.

    Calling it what it is--condescension

  • Based on what was shown during Week One, I'm of the mind that Mind metamorphasized into something else.

    Week 19: Rabbit Redux

  • And if there be but ONE directing MIND, that Mind is

    The Life of Samuel Taylor Coleridge 1838

  • Apostle Paul: his large and glorious mind rejoiced in the contemplation of the countless manifestations of spiritual nature beneath which he detected one and the same pervading Mind.

    Sermons Preached at Brighton Third Series

  • The whole universe, which is, of course, infinite in extent, has its origin in the Divine Mind, and _is contained within this Infinite Mind_, just in the same way that you can hold a mental picture in your own mind.

    Within You is the Power

  • It is a vision of the mind -- of mind knowing Mind, of soul transcending all distinctions and recognising itself.

    Morality as a Religion An exposition of some first principles

  • Reasoning from this standpoint, he could agree that life and intelligence were the same, and that the intelligence of man was his mind was also plain, but that Mind was

    The Pastor's Son

  • If matter can exist without mind, there is (from the scientific point of view) some difficulty in contending that it cannot likewise move or act without being influenced by an extraneous Mind.

    Philosophy and Religion Six Lectures Delivered at Cambridge


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