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“At present [philosophers] seem to be in a very lamentable condition… For what can be imagined…”
“At present [philosophers] seem to be in a very lamentable condition… For what can be imagined…”

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“At present [philosophers] seem to be in a very lamentable condition… For what can be imagined more tormenting, than to seek with eagerness, what for ever flies us; and seek for it in a place, where it is impossible it can ever exist?”

David Hume, A Treatise of Human Nature

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