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The Philosophy of the Inductive Sciences, Founded Upon Their History
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The philosophy of the inductive sciences : founded upon their history (Volume 1) (1847). The philosophy of the inductive sciences : founded upon their ...
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William Whewell - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The philosophy of the inductive sciences, founded upon their history (1847)- Complete Text. There is a long essay on Whewell as philosopher by Laura J. ...
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Biographical Encyclopedia of Astronomers
(London, 1837) and The Philosophy of the Inductive Sciences, founded upon their History. 2 vols. (London, 1840). His works pertaining specifically to ...
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HYLE 7-2 (2001): Book Review: Jaap van Brakel, Philosophy of ...
Whewell’s great The Philosophy of the Inductive Sciences, published in various forms from about 1830, is dominated by the ontology of chemistry. ...
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Palaetiology: William Whewell on the Historical Sciences
The Philosophy of the Inductive Sciences , second edition. London: John W. Parker. Volume 1, pp. 639–640.] He also argued that the palaetiological sciences ...
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JSTOR: Butts on Whewell's View of True Causes
 Whewell. W. "Remarks on a Review of the Philosophy of the Inductive Sciences." In , Vol. II. Pages 669-679.
consilience: Definition and Much More from Answers.com
The word consilience was apparently coined by William Whewell, in The Philosophy of the Inductive Sciences, 1840 . In this synthesis Whewell explained that, ...
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A conjecture concerning the ranking of the sciences
The Philosophy of the Inductive Sciences,. Volume II. (London: jw Parker). Withering, W. (1785):. An Account of the Foxglove and Some of lts ...
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William Whewell (1840), The Philosophy of the Inductive Sciences. js Mill (1st 1843), (sections of) A System of Logic. cs Peirce (c. ...
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The Wilson Quarterly
onsilience, a term introduced by the English theologian and polymath William Whewell in his 1840 masterwork The Philosophy of the Inductive Sciences, ...
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