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" When everything which enters into a distinct notion is distinctly known, or when the last analysis is reached, the knowledge is adequate, of which I scarcely know whether a perfect example can be offered — the knowledge of numbers, however, approaches... "
The Port-Royal Logic - Page 426
by Antoine Arnauld, Pierre Nicole - 1861 - 430 pages
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Lessons in logic

William Stanley Jevons - Philosophy - 1870 - 340 pages
...difference which Leibnitz intended to denote by the names adequate and inadequate, is not easy. He says, "When everything which enters into a distinct notion...when the last analysis is reached, the knowledge is adequate, of which I scarcely know whether a perfect example can be offered — the knowledge of numbers,...
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Elementary Lessons in Logic: Deductive and Inductive

William Stanley Jevons - Logic - 1879 - 340 pages
...difference which Leibnitz intended to denote by the names adequate and Inadequate, is not easy. He says, "When everything which enters into a distinct notion...when the last analysis is reached, the knowledge is adequate, of which I scarcely know whether a perfect example can be offered — the knowledge of numbers,...
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Elementary Lessons in Logic: Deductive and Inductive

William Stanley Jevons - Logic - 1881 - 340 pages
...difference which Leibnitz intended to denote by the names adequate and Inadequate, is not easy. He says, "When everything which enters into a distinct notion...when the last analysis is reached, the knowledge is adequate, of which 1 scarcely know whether a perfect example can be offered — the knowledge of numbers,...
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Elementary Lessons in Logic: Deductive and Inductive. With Copious Questions ...

William Stanley Jevons - Logic - 1891 - 340 pages
...adequate and inadequate, is not \ .. c\ ' , ,^\' easy. He says, "When everything which enters into a ^iV* distinct notion is distinctly known, or when the last analysis is reached, the knowledge is adequate, of which I -. scarcely know whether a perfect example can be offered — the knowledge of...
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A Manual of Logic, Volume 2

James Welton - 1896
...component marks are known — sometimes clearly indeed, luat»i " but nevertheless confusedly — snch as weight, colour, "[insolubility in] aqua-fortis,...Again, when everything which enters into a distinct (6)adequato, " notion is distinctly known, or when the last analysis is "reached, the knowledge is...
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Education: An Introduction to Its Principles and Their Psychological Foundations

Henry Holman - Education - 1896 - 536 pages
...the judgment inductively, and their deductive implications. Of adequate knowledge Liebnitz says : " When everything which enters into a distinct notion...is distinctly known, or when the last analysis is known, the knowledge is adequate, of which I scarcely know whether a perfect example can be offered...
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A Manual of Logic, Volume 2

James Welton - Logic - 1905
...inasmuch as the individual (s) made" component marks are known — sometimes clearly indeed, qua e> "but nevertheless confusedly — such as weight, colour,...though it be distinct, is nevertheless inadequate. BOOK VI. " But for the most part, especially in longer analyses, we Chilli. « (JQ no^. Deh0i<j at...
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Elementary Lessons in Logic: Deductive and Inductive . With Copious ...

William Stanley Jevons - Logic - 1905 - 340 pages
...difference which Leibnitz intended to denote by the names adequate and Inadequate, is not easy. He says, "When everything which enters into a distinct notion...when the last analysis is reached, the knowledge is adequate, of which 1 scarcely know whether a perfect example can be offered — the knowledge of numbers,...
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