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His conceptions also are sometimes absurd; for instance, the Address to Light.

First, therefore, we must define the nature of these conceptions themselves.

And he extends this relativity to the conceptions of just and good, as well as to great and small.

The two conceptions of Christianity differed, it has been said, only in their emphasis.

Philosophy and Morals (conceptions, precepts, actual practice).

No petty cares nor calculations mar the conceptions of his fancy.

Babalatchi remained behind, alone with the greatness of his conceptions.

Nobody of those he knew had ever cared to point out to him the errors of his conceptions.

To these primitive conceptions others no doubt should be added.

Cassy was as indifferent to other people's conceptions of decorum as he was himself.