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In the early years of his London life, Mill had been only a rationalist.
Thus the ninth century saw a rationalist and a pantheist at the court of a Christian king.
It is one of the shallow illusions of the pseudo-rationalist school that the age of religious wars is passed for ever.
An answer perhaps could be offered of which the rationalist need not be ashamed.
WINDS OF DOCTRINEGEORGE SANTAYANA
Adrian is the fascinating dilettante, the philosophic doubter, a sort of romantic rationalist with a taste for art.
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Another advocate of toleration was John Locke, whose chief influence was as a rationalist in philosophy and religion.
UNITARIANISM IN AMERICAGEORGE WILLIS COOKE
In so doing, he necessarily becomes a rationalist, which may lead him far from the traditions of the past.
UNITARIANISM IN AMERICAGEORGE WILLIS COOKE
It is impossible in reading Erasmus not to be reminded of the rationalist of the 18th century.
His own contributions show that, although clearly a rationalist, he was still opposed to open infidelity.
The rationalist was thus right in denying that sensations as such are true elements of knowledge.

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