William Ames Quote: “An idea in man is first…”

An idea in man is first impressed upon him and afterwards expressed in things, but in God it is only expressed, not impressed, because it does not come from anywhere else.

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Name: William Ames
Profession: Philosopher
Nationality: English
Born: 1576
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