De Anima (Penguin Classics)
by Henry Fielding
June 2, 1987
Written in English.
Supposing that knowledge is one of the things that is fine and valuable, and one kind rather so than another either for its accuracy or by its being of better or more wonderful things, on both these grounds we would be right to place the inquiry into the soul among the first kinds of knowledge.
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