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NATURAL PRocedure IN ARGUMENT ITs Logical GROUND AND ITS CLIMAx IN DIALECTIc
JUDGMENT AND SUPPosition
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actual affirm alternative appear applied apprehended argument assertion basis begin believe called cause character complex conception conclusion connection construction course criticism deduction demand deny depends detail determinate direct distinction doctrine doubt element essential established example experience explanation expression fact follows formal further give given ground ideal ideas implication induction inference insight instance judgment kind knowledge less LINEAR INFERENCE Logic major matter means mere merely method mind modified nature necessary necessity object observation obvious operation particular positive possible predicate premises present presumption principle priori procedure properties proposition pure question reality reasoning referred relation result rule seems seen sense similarity simple single speak statement suggested suppose supposition syllogism syllogistic systematic taken theory thing thought tion true truth ultimate universal whole