Being a Supplement to Mr. Lockea#39;s Essay on the Human Understanding. ... that bf itself it was susceptible of infinite expression ; consequently it could no longer appear ridiculous to divorce it from the words. ... recitation, must have been introductory to. the impression they were to make, when separate from the human voice.
|Title||:||An Essay on the Origin of Human Knowledge|
|Author||:||Etienne Bonnot de Condillac|