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The General Nature of Inference
Principles and Method of the Pure Demonstrative
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angles answer appear appre apprehension argument argument from design Aristotle attribute axiom belief Bness called cause class of classes colour complex conception conclusion condition conic section connexion consciousness contradiction corresponding definition depends differentiation difficulty distinction elements enumeratio simplex equal equation Euclid Euclid's Elements existence experience expression extension fact fallacy genus geometry given hypothetical statement hysteron proteron idea identical immediate inference implies impossible induction instance involves judgement kind knowledge logic logicians major premiss manifold mathematical matter means merely method nature necessary necessitates nexion non-hypothetical object ordinary particular philosophic plurality possible predicate principle proof proposition proved question reality realized reason reductio ad absurdum relation represent rule of inference seems sensation sense simple space species suppose syllogism syllogistic symbolic theorem theory thing thought tion triangle trichotomy true truth unified unity universal verbal whole Xness Yness