As Mr. Wallace justly observes, Hume 's apothegm, that "a miracle is a violation of the laws of nature," is imperfect; for in the first place it assumes that we know all the laws of nature; and, second, that an unusual phenomenon is a miracle.
Wallace, justly, observes, Hume, miracle, violation, laws, nature, imperfect
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