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While the war lasted, so he laid down, there must—apart from the postulate of Unity—be a truce to party struggles.
He receives as a postulate that which I must have demonstrated.
But I disagree with them all, because they postulate the idea that time is constantly being manufactured.
Mark Twain's early life, however imperfectly recorded, exemplifies this postulate.
All theologians and some metaphysicians postulate a fifth state of life, the divine, placing it above the rest as their source.
COMMUNISM AND CHRISTIANISMWILLIAM MONTGOMERY BROWN
But the ancient Church did not postulate the future Church, and did not regard her, as we postulate and regard the ancient.
If you don't think the "Universal Postulate" first-rate, I shall renounce you as a critic.
For what is your famous "two aspects" principle more than the postulate that the world is thoroughly intelligible in nature?
If this small proportion is recognized, it justifies the postulate that nobody on earth may attain to 150 years.
Then what has become of the postulate that truth is agreement of idea with existence beyond idea?

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