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He detected grammatical niceties in Latin, in regard to the consecution of tenses which had escaped preceding critics.
ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA, 11TH EDITION, VOLUME 9, SLICE 7VARIOUS
Sometimes it is in a natural but rhythmic consecution of ideas.
THE GREATEST ENGLISH CLASSICCLELAND BOYD MCAFEE
Experience, as they use the term, consists in sensations and their association,—consecution as Leibniz calls it.
LEIBNIZ'S NEW ESSAYS CONCERNING THE HUMAN UNDERSTANDINGJOHN DEWEY
Is the historic unity of creation a unity of Thought, an ideal consecution?
THE THEISTIC CONCEPTION OF THE WORLDB. F. (BENJAMIN FRANKLIN) COCKER
Its content is sensations; its form is contingent and particular consecution.
LEIBNIZ'S NEW ESSAYS CONCERNING THE HUMAN UNDERSTANDINGJOHN DEWEY
There was a consecution nothing less than marvellous in the work of the philosophers from Kant to Hegel.
EDWARD CALDWELL MOOREEDWARD MOORE
The consecution, moreover, runs in terms of persistence of quantity or of force.
THE PLACE OF SCIENCE IN MODERN CIVILISATION AND OTHER ESSAYSTHORSTEIN VEBLEN
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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