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" The Law of Causation, the recognition of which is the main pillar of inductive science, is but the familiar truth that invariability of succession is found by observation to obtain between every fact in nature and some other fact which has preceded It... "
Principles of Logic - Page 241
by George Hayward Joyce - 1916 - 431 pages
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Karl Marx's Economics: Critical Assessments

John Cunningham Wood - Marxian economics - 1993 - 536 pages
...succession; ... To certain facts, certain facts always do, and, as we believe, will continue to, succeed. The invariable antecedent is termed the cause; the invariable consequent, the effect. And the universality of the law of causation consists in this, that every consequent is connected in...
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Statistically Speaking: A Dictionary of Quotations

C.C. Gaither, Alma E Cavazos-Gaither - Mathematics - 1996 - 420 pages
...of which is the main pillar of inductive science, is but the familiar truth, that the invariability of succession is found by observation to obtain between...nature and some other fact which has preceded it. Mill, John Stuart System of Logic Book III, Chapter V, Section 2 Osbom's Law. Variables won't, constants...
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Alfred Marshall: Critical Assessments. Second series. ..., Volume 2; Volume 5

John Cunningham Wood - Economists - 1996 - 380 pages
...succession; ... To certain facts, certain facts always do, and, as we believe, will continue to, succeed. The invariable antecedent is termed the cause; the invariable consequent, the effect. And the universality of the law of causation consists in this, that every consequent is connected in...
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Alfred Sidgwicks argumentationsteori

Flemming Steen Nielsen - Argumentationsteori - 1997 - 434 pages
...saledes: "To certain facts, certain facts always do, and, as we believe, will continue to, succeed. The invariable antecedent is termed the cause; the invariable consequent, the effect. And the universality of the law of causation consists in this, that every consequent is connected in...
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The Cambridge Companion to Mill

John Skorupski - Philosophy - 1998 - 591 pages
...inductive process to rules," and characterised the law as follows: To certain facts, certain facts succeed. The invariable antecedent is termed the cause; the invariable consequent, the effect. And the universality of the law of causation consists in this, that every consequent is connected in...
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Philosophy of Science: The Historical Background

Joseph J. Kockelmans - Philosophy - 1968 - 496 pages
...recognition of which is the main pillar of inductive science, is but the familiar truth that invariability of succession is found by observation to obtain between...nature and some other fact which has preceded It, independently of all considerations respecting the ultimate mode of production of phenomena, and of...
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Die Moralphilosophie John Stuart Mills: Utilitarismus

Manuel García Pazos - 2001 - 262 pages
...be gained from experience. The law of Causation [...] is but the familiar truth, that invariability of succession is found by observation to obtain between...nature and some other fact which has preceded it; indepondently of all considerations respecting the ultimate mode of production of phenomena, and of...
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Causation and Explanation

Stathis Psillos - Philosophy - 2002 - 324 pages
...representative statements of it. The Law of Causation ... is but the familiar truth that invariability of succession is found by observation to obtain between...nature and some other fact which has preceded it... (Mill 1911: 213) We must ask ourselves: when we assume causation, do we assume a specific relation,...
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W.S. Jevons: Critical Responses, Volume 4

Sandra Peart - Business & Economics - 2003 - 410 pages
...recognition of which is the main pillar of inductive philosophy, is but the familiar truth that invariability of succession is found by observation to obtain between...nature and some other fact which has preceded it, independently of all consideration respecting the ultimate mode of production of phenomena, and of...
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Mysticism and Logic

Bertrand Russell - Philosophy - 2004 - 183 pages
...inductive science, is but the familiar truth, that invariability of succession is found by obsenation to obtain between every fact in nature and some other fact which has preceded it,"2 And Bergson, who has rightly perceived that the law as stated by philosophers is worthless, nevertheless...
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