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Introduction by R F McRae
Textual Introduction by J M Robson
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affirmed antecedent applied Archbishop Whately argument ascertained assertion attributes axioms Bain believe body called cause chapter circumstances coexistence coincidence collocation colour common conceive conclusion connexion connotation consequent considered deductive definition denoted derivative law distinction doctrine doctrine of chances edition effect empirical law equal evidence example exist experience expression fact genus ground idea individual induction inference inquiry instance John Stuart Mill kind knowledge known language laws of causation laws of nature Logic major premise mark meaning mental merely Method of Agreement Method of Difference Mill Mill's mind mode mortal motion necessary object observation particular phenomena phenomenon philosophers possess predicate premises principle probability produced properties proposition proved ratiocination reason relation resemblance result scientific sensations sense Sir William Hamilton Socrates species substances supposed supposition syllogism term theory things tion true truth ultimate uniformity universal universal proposition variants Whewell word