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The General Nature of Implication
The Linear Conception of Inference
Critics of the Syllogism remain within Linear Inference
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affirm alternative appear apprehended argument assertion basis BERNARD BOSANQUET Bradley's causal certainty character conception conclusion conjunctions construction datum deduction degree deny depends dialectic disjunctive major distinction doctrine element enthymeme enumerative induction established example experience explicit facie fact Formal Logic gism given complex Husserl Ibid ideal ideas implication induction inferential initio insight instance intrinsic intuition J. S. Mill Joseph judgment knowledge Law of Contradiction law of non-contradiction laws of thought linear inference major premise mathematics matter means ment Mercier merely method Mill's mind modified nature necessary necessity non-syllogistic operation particular possible postulate predicate presumption priori principle procedure proposition pure logic reality reasoning recognise relation relevant rule seems self-evidence sense simple Socrates subsumption suggested suppose supposition syllogistic systematic tautology theory thing thought tion true truth ultimate unity universal connection whole