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Introduction by R F McRae
Of Naming as subsidiary to Induction 663
Fallacies of Generalization 785
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affirmed antecedent applied Archbishop Whately argument ascertained assertion attributes axioms Bain believe body called cause chapter circumstances coexistence collocation colour conceive conception conclusion connexion connoted consequent considered deductive definition distinction doctrine doctrine of chances edition effect ellipse empirical law equal evidence example exist experience expression fact ground hypothesis idea inconceivable induction inference inquiry instances invariable John Stuart Mill kind knowledge known laws of causation laws of nature Leyden jar Logic major premise mark meaning mental Method of Agreement Method of Difference Mill Mill's mind mode motion necessary object observation particular pheno phenomena phenomenon philosophers planets predicate premises present principle probability produced proof properties proposition proved quantity ratiocination reasoning relation resemblance result scientific sensations sense Sir William Hamilton Socrates species substances supposed supposition syllogism term theory things tion true truth uniformity universal variations Whewell word