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The Relation of Logic to Philosophy
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A. E. Taylor action analysis antecedent Aristotle basis beliefs body called causality cause character classification concept conceptual inference connection data and meaning datum deduction defined definition Descartes described disjunctive syllogism distinction distinguish elements empirical ence evidence example existence experimental Explain expressed factors facts fallacy Fallacy of Accident flection formulate function Give given Graham Wallas habit Hegel hypothesis ideas illustration implication impulse induction inductive reasoning instance intellectual intrinsic meanings investigation involves knowledge logician ment mental method mind minor premise movement nature non-reflective experience object observation operation perception perceptual inference philosophy Plato pneumonia predicate premise principle problem Professor Dewey proposition Protagoras purpose question quotation realm reasoning reflective thinking relation scientific sense data Socrates statement subject-matter suggestion syllogism T. H. Huxley Theaetetus theory thing thought tion tive train traits type of inquiry undisciplined imagination words