But What If We Re Wrong

Author: Chuck Klosterman
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 0399184147
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It’s a seemingly impossible achievement: a book about the things we cannot know, explained as if we did. It’s about how we live now, once “now” has become “then.” From the Hardcover edition.

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Heroes And Philosophy

Author: David K. Johnson
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9780470730393
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But does that mean that if I were suddenly able to affect my past, it would be
wrong to do so? ... In the same way, we might think that because the role we “
naturally" play in the world is to move from past to present to future, it would be
wrong of ...

Cobbett S Parliamentary History Of England

Author: Great Britain. Parliament
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A vote for 60,000 soldiers would not alarm him so much, if it were not
accompanied by barracks and all those other ... He had heard much of the
economy of ministers; but in his judgment they were beginning the work of reform
at the wrong end. ... were good, even though the horses were bad, the carriage
would be drawn in safety; but if the latter were ever so good and the former bad,
... He should like good men and good measures; and he really did not think either
the late or present ...

A Course In Miracles

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Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN: 0981597165
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Your definition of Heaven is hell and oblivion, and the real Heaven is the greatest
threat you think you could experience. For hell and oblivion ... Under the
circumstances, would it not be more desirable to have been wrong ... The present
merely reminds it of past hurts, and it reacts to the present as if it were the past.
The ego ...

Rule Following And Realism

Author: Gary EBBS
Publisher: Harvard University Press
ISBN: 9780674034419
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And ''if there can be no fact about which particular function I meant in the past,
there can be none in the present either.''26 So ... But now suppose I encounter a
skeptic who claims that my answer was wrong. ... of ascribing meanings, we see
no reason to doubt that I meant plus by 'plus', or to think that by 'plus' I meant
quus.

The Parliamentary Debates From The Year 1803 To The Present Time

Author: Great Britain. Parliament
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Then the Committee is to understand, there was no part of your fleet that was in a
situation to go up the Scheldt, on your first ... that was in consequence of some
reports I had heard; the last order to enforce the frigates going into the Scheldt,
and the line oi-battle ships ... I certainly, when I wrote the letter, did not think it
would be published, but I was wrong in thinking so ; if I had thought it would have
been ...

Railway Times

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That was not so bad a thing for a company that had only been in operation
eighteen mouths. ... Looking at the accounts of the London General Omnibus
Company for the past half-year, he did not think the outlook was altogether
satisfactory. ... He did not think they would go on with that progress much longer,
If that was an argument upon which Id. fares were to be ... should not be given up
wholly to every Parliamentary passenger who presented himself, and a limitation
was put upon it.

The Parliamentary History Of England From The Earliest Period To The Year 1803

Author: Great Britain. Parliament
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absence, he must observe, that the whole of the consequences of which the hon.
gentleman and his friends were so fond of drawing ... were good, even though
the horses were bad, the carriage would be drawn in safety; but if the latter were
ever so good and the former ... He should like good men and good measures;
and he really did not think either the late or present ministers fit to govern the
country.

Divine Omniscience And Omnipotence In Medieval Philosophy

Author: Tamar Rudavsky
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9401577196
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I have benefitted in thinking about this subject from an unpublished paper by
Professor A. Falk, 'New Wrinkles on Old Fatalisms' (xerox 1982). ... But (1) if I
were to choose a life of vice God would know itso it is possible that God know
it. ... later broke both that person's arms would ordinarily be thought to have
performed two separate acts — one good, one bad. ... the intuition that the
present and past are fixed or necessary in a way the future is not is to claim that
the future is merely ...