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Charles Buck Theological Dictionary

Disposition

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That temper of mind, which any person possesses. In every man, says lord Kaims, there is something original that serves to distinguish him from others, that tends to form a character, and to make him meek or fiery, candid or deceitful, resolute or timorous, cheerful or morose. This original bent, termed disposition, must be distinguished from a principle; the latter signifying a law of human nature makes part of the common nature of man; the former makes part of the nature of this or that man.


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Buck, Charles. Entry for 'Disposition'. Charles Buck Theological Dictionary. https://www.studylight.org/dictionaries/cbd/d/disposition.html. 1802.

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