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" It is the cumulation of probabilities, independent of each other, arising out of the nature and circumstances of the particular case which is under review ; probabilities too fine to avail separately, too subtle and circuitous to be convertible into syllogisms,... "
An Essay in Aid of a Grammar of Assent - Page 281
by John Henry Newman - 1870 - 485 pages
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Characteristics from the Writings of John Henry Newman: Being Selections ...

John Henry Newman - Religious life - 1878 - 353 pages
...the method by which we are enabled to become certain of what is concrete ; and it is equally plain what the real and necessary method is. It is the cumulation...outline, but all its details filled in, and shades and colors laid on and harmonized together, such is the multiform and intricate process of ratiocination,...
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The Dublin Review, Volume 88

Nicholas Patrick Wiseman - 1881
...is not the method by which we are enabled to become certain of what is concrete,'' that the method is "the cumulation of probabilities, independent of...for such conversion even were they convertible,"! that " we grasp the full tale of premisses and the conclusion, per modum unius — by a sort of instinctive...
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A brief inquiry concerning human knowledge & belief: with some remarks upon ...

James Hibbert - 1882
...fact the method by which we are enabled to summarise what is the concrete, the subject as a whole. It is the cumulation of probabilities, independent...into syllogisms, too numerous and various for such conversions, even were they convertible — that gains our final assent. It is the mind that reasons,...
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Ancient Religion and Modern Thought: By William Samuel Lilly

William Samuel Lilly - Philosophy and religion - 1884 - 371 pages
...which we are enabled to become certain of what is concrete, and it is equally plain what the real mid necessary method is. It is the cumulation of probabilities,...numerous and various for such conversion, even were they convertible.1 This, he says — is the mode in which we ordinarily reason, dealing with things directly...
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Ancient Religion and Modern Thought

William Samuel Lilly - Christianity - 1885 - 367 pages
...fact, the method by which we are enabled to become certain of what is concrete, and it is equally plain what the real and necessary method is. It is the cumulation...numerous and various for such conversion, even were they convertible.1 This, he says, is the mode in which we ordinarily reason, dealing with things directly...
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An Agnostic's Apology, and Other Essays

Sir Leslie Stephen - Agnosticism - 1903 - 380 pages
...in fact, the method by which we are enabled to become certain of what is concrete.' The real method is ' the cumulation of probabilities, independent...man's portrait differs from a sketch of him in having p not merely a continuous outline, but all its details filled in, and shades and colours laid on and...
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An Agnostic's Apology

Leslie Stephen - 1893
...in fact, the method by which we are enabled to become certain of what is concrete.' The real method is ' the cumulation of probabilities, independent...man's portrait differs from a sketch of him in having p not merely a continuous outline, but all its details filled in, and shades and colours laid on and...
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The Theory of Inference

Henry Hughes - Inference - 1894 - 256 pages
...yet apparently we must take it that simple assent is regarded as being arrived at in a similar way. " It is plain that formal logical sequence is not in...for such conversion, even were they convertible." 1 "This I conceive to be the real method of reasoning in concrete matters; and it has these characteristics...
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The Theory of Inference

Henry Hughes - Inference - 1894 - 256 pages
...in fact the method by which we are enabled to become certain of what is concrete; and it is equall}- plain, from what has been already suggested, what...for such conversion, even were they convertible." 1 " This I conceive to be the real method of reasoning in concrete matters; and it has these characteristics...
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Personality, Human and Divine: Being the Bampton Lectures for the Year 1894

John Richardson Illingworth - Christianity - 1898 - 274 pages
...which we are enabled to become certain of what is concrete. . . . The real and necessary method ... is the cumulation of probabilities, independent of...for such conversion, even were they convertible.' ' Thought is too keen and manifold, its sources are too remote and hidden, its path too personal, delicate...
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