It will, moreover, be a delusive assumption to hold that Nature's intrinsic connections can be gained by experience, or by any logical deductions from experi ence. Appearances will be found in uniform colloca tions and invariable successions; but the fact of uni form appearances together in place will not warrant a logical conclusion of a substance in which they in here, nor will the fact of appearances in an invariable' order of sequence admit of the logical conclusion that they adhere together in a causal efficiency. Not less illogical must it be to rise from such assumed sub stances and causes to one absolute substance or cause. Philosophy and Theology must alike be im possible for any sense-attainment, or an understand ing-judgment as a. Conclusion from sense. If we have not the faculty for an insight into experience which finds a deeper meaning than the mere appear ance, then must we be incapable either to be wise or to love wisdom.