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Cook Wilsons View of Thinking
Quantity QualityRelation and Modality
The Subjectattribute Relation
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abstraction according to Cook act of knowing activity actual adjective analysis appears appre argument Aristotle assertion assumption belief belong called chapter common conceptions conclusion confusion connexion consciousness consider Cook Wilson's view corresponding definition distinguish doctrine element error Euclid's Elements examination example existence expression fact false follows geometry grammar H. A. Prichard hypothetical idea implies induction inquiry involves knowledge and opinion language ledge logician mathematical mean thoughts ment merely metaphysics method Mill's Methods necessary to logic necessitated never nexion non-Euclidean spaces notion of judgment noun occurs opine ordinary ourselves to know particular act passage perceiving perception or imagination philosophical possible predicate premisses presupposes presupposition probable problems province of logic psychology quantity quality relation question reality reason refers relation and modality seems sensation sense shew Statement and Inference subject-attribute relation subjective idealism suppose syllogism symbolism theory thing true truth universal usage verbal form view of knowledge word