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affirmative analytical analytical proposition animals antecedent argue argument Aristotle assert attributes belongs called Catholic cause certainty certitude Church common concept conclusion copula Crown 8vo Deductive definition deny divided Division doctrine Enthymeme error essence existence experience expression external fact faculty fallacy false Figure Formal Logic genus gism Hence human idea imagination immaterial inasmuch individual Induction instance intellect judgment kinds knowledge Law of Identity Laws of Thought logicians major premiss material matter meaning mental metaphysical method middle term mind minor term modern monkey nature of things necessary negative Nominalists objects of thought observed particular phantasm philosophy physical posteriori predicate present Principle of Identity priori priori laws proposition qualities question rational reason regard respecting result rule scholastic schoolboys are mischievous sense Simple Apprehension Skye terrier sort speaking species subject and predicate Syllogism synthetical synthetical proposition tion triangle true truth unity Universal various whole word
Page 80 - forms of language : that the course of nature is uniform : that the universe is governed by general laws. By means of it we infer from the known to the unknown : from facts observed to facts unobserved : from what we have perceived or been directly conscious of, to what has not come within our experience.
Page 497 - Endurance, the Christian's Portion. Quinquagesima: Love, the One Thing Needful. Lent: The Individuality of the Soul—Life, the Season of Repentance—Bodily Suffering—Tears of Christ at the Grave of Lazarus—Christ's Privations, a Meditation for Christians—The Cross of Christ the Measure of the World. Good Friday : The Crucifixion. Easter Day : Keeping Fast and Festival.
Page 498 - Christ and His Followers—The Christian Church a Continuation of the Jewish—The Principles of Continuity between the Jewish and Christian Churches—The Christian Church an Imperial Power—Sanctity the Token of the Christian Empire—Condition of the Members of the Christian Empire—The Apostolic Christian—Wisdom and InnocenceInvisible Presence of
Page 496 - :—The Strictness of the Law of Christ—Obedience without Love, as instanced in the Character of Balaam—Moral Consequences of Single Sins—Acceptance of Religious Privileges Compulsory—Reliance on Religious Observances—The Individuality of the Soul—Chastisement amid Mercy—Peace and Joy amid Chastisement—The State
Page 497 - CONTENTS:—Advent: Self-Denial the Test of Religious Earnestness—Divine Calls— The Ventures of Faith—Watching. Christmas Day : Religious Joy. New Year's Sunday : The Lapse of Time. Epiphany : Remembrance of Past Mercies — Equanimity—The Immortality of the Soul — Christian Manhood — Sincerity and Hypocrisy—Christian Sympathy. Septuagésima: Present Blessings. Sexagésima ; Endurance, the Christian's Portion. Quinquagesima: Love, the One Thing Needful.
Page 498 - Outward and Inward Notes of the Church—Grounds for Steadfastness in our Religious Profession—Elijah the Prophet of the Latter Days—Feasting in Captivity—The Parting of Friends. Discourses Addressed to Mixed Congregations. Crown
Page 499 - Crown 8vo. 35. 6d. each. i. The Turks. 2. Cicero. 3. Apollonius. 4. Primitive Christianity. 5. Church of the Fathers. 6. St. Chrysostom. 7. Theodoret. 8. St. Benedict. 9. Benedictine Schools, io. Universities, n. Northmen and Normans. 12.
Page 502 - General Metaphysics. By JOHN RICKABY, SJ Crown 8vo. 55. Psychology. By MICHAEL MÄHER, SJ, D.Litt., MA Lond. Crown 8vo. 6s. 6d. Natural Theology. By BERNARD BOEDDER, MA, SJ Crown 8vo 6s. 6d. Political Economy. By CHAS. S. DEVAS, MA Crown 8vo. 75. 6d
Page 354 - a heap) is a heap or string of propositions in which the predicate of each is the subject of the following, the final conclusion being composed of the subject of the first proposition and the predicate of the last, as All the children of Jacob are Jews, All Jews appreciate the value of money, All who appreciate the value of money make good bargains,