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Outlines of Logic and of Encyclopędia of Philosophy: Dictated Portions of ... - Page 70
by Hermann Lotze - 1892 - 190 pages
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The history of the Christian religion and church during the three first ...

August Neander - Religion - 1844 - 463 pages
...(Gedanken.) Dr. Kiesewetter then proceeds to show that the statement, ' Caius is sick,' and the syllogism, ' All men are mortal, Caius is a man, therefore Caius is mortal,' are tlioughts [Gedanken,] not intuitions [Anschauungen,] as in the first case we do not rest in the...
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The Philosophy of Life, and Philosophy of Language: In a Course of Lectures

Friedrich von Schlegel - Language and languages - 1847 - 567 pages
...understood than the connecting of a predicate with a subject. For instance, in the complete syllogism, "All men are mortal; Caius is a man, therefore Caius is mortal," the minor premise, where the middle or general term is specially applied, and consequently predicated...
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Outlines of Logic and of Encyclopaedia of Philosophy: Dictated Portions of ...

Hermann Lotze - Logic - 1887 - 184 pages
...etc.) is by preference originally given to a conclusion of the form : If Z is to be true, either TJ or W must be true, Now neither U nor W is true, Therefore...conclude according to the first figure in Darii : All men ave mortal, Caius is a man, Therefore Caius is mortal; — it is indeed the design of the conclusion...
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Logic: In Three Books, of Thought, of Investigation, and of Knowledge, Volume 1

Hermann Lotze - Logic - 1888 - 374 pages
...demand. If we argue, ' heat expands all bodies, iron is a body, therefore heat expands iron,' or, ' all men are mortal, Caius is a man, therefore Caius is mortal,' everyone will feel the barrenness of this procedure, and will reply, ' Undoubtedly heat expands all...
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The Logic of Hegel, Volume 1

Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel - Logic - 1892 - 439 pages
...correct. Everybody feels not merely the pedantry, but the unmeaning formalism of such syllogisms as : All men are mortal, Caius is a man, therefore Caius is mortal. The syllogism of Allness hands us over to the syllogism of Induction, in which the individuals form...
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Logic, Volume 1

Christoph Sigwart - Logic - 1895
...premise which stands first in the former, in the latter it is the minor premise. In the inference : All men are mortal ; Caius is a man, therefore Caius is mortal, I pass from my original proposition to the extension of the subject-concept. In the inference : Caius...
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book v (continued) Plato. 1905

Theodor Gomperz - Philosophy, Ancient - 1905
...validity of a conclusion is confirmed by closing up to the denier of it every other means of escape. " All men are mortal ; Caius is a man : therefore Caius is mortal " — he who has admitted the two premisses can reject the conclusion only by simultaneously affirming...
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Congress of Arts and Science: Universal Exposition, St. Louis, 1904, Volume 1

Howard Jason Rogers - 1905
...logic set up the syllogism as the type of thought-activity, and its simplest example is the well-known All men are mortal, Caius is a man, Therefore Caius is mortal. In general, the scheme runs i To the concept M belongs the element B, C belongs under the concept M,...
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Greek Thinkers: book V (continued) Plato.1905

Theodor Gomperz - Philosophy, Ancient - 1905
...validity of a conclusion is confirmed by closing up to the denier of it every other means of escape. " All men are mortal ; Caius is a man : therefore Caius is mortal " — he who has admitted the two premisses can reject the conclusion only by simultaneously affirming...
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An Elementary Logic

John Edward Russell - Logic - 1906 - 250 pages
...rightly understand the principle itself. Now, let us take an instance of the reasoning Mill rejects. "All men are mortal; Caius is a man, therefore Caius is mortal." Mill maintains that we have here no genuine inference, because the conclusion only asserts in explicit...
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