In order to fix our ideas, aquot; pursues this acute metaphysician, aquot; we ought to imagine two languages, one of which should exercise the fancy to such a degree that the people who spoke it must be perpetually blundering ; the other, which on theanbsp;...
|Title||:||An essay on the impediments to knowledge created by logomachy, or the abuse of words|
|Author||:||William Fitzgerald (bp. of Killaloe.)|