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" By evidence is not meant any thing and every thing which produces belief. There are many things which generate belief besides evidence. A mere strong association of ideas often causes a belief so intense as to be unshakable by experience or argument.... "
Essays on the Philosophy of Theism - Page 139
by William George Ward - 1884 - 739 lehte
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Essays Philosophical and Theological, 1. köide

James Martineau - 1866
...produces belief. There are many things which generate belief besides evidence. A mere strong association of ideas often causes a belief so intense as to be...faculties generally, but there is an appeal from one faculty to another; from the judging faculty, to those which take cognizance of fact, the faculties...
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A System of Logic, Ratiocinative and Inductive: Being a Connected View of ...

John Stuart Mill - 1881 - 639 lehte
...produces belief. There are many things which generate belief besides evidence. A mere strong association of ideas often causes a belief so intense as to be...that which it ought to yield to, namely, that, by yiclding to which its belief is kept conformable to fact. There is no appeal from the human faculties...
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Psykologi. 1

Harald H¸ffding - 1882
...evidence. A mere streng association of i de as often causes a belief so intense as to be unshakeable by experience or argument. Evidence is not that which...must yield to, but that which it ought to yield to. **) I sine senere Skrifter (Bogen om Hamilton's Filosofi og Noterne til James Mill) har Stuart Mill...
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The First Principles of Knowledge

John Rickaby - 1888 - 412 lehte
...produces belief. There are many things which generate belief besides evidence. A mere strong association of ideas often causes a belief so intense, as to be...that which the mind does or must yield to, but that to which it ought to yield, namely, that by yielding to which its belief is kept in conformity to fact....
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Einleitung in die englische Philosophie unserer Zeit

Harald H¸ffding - 1889 - 249 lehte
...Phänomen unveränderlich auch eintritt. Die Ursache ist desshalb immer *) Vergl. Logic II (10. ed.) p. 97: Evidence is not that which the mind does or must yield to, but that which it ought to yield to. phänomenal, und die Frage ist nun diese, wie wir uns der Erkenntnis» der phänomenalen Ursachen nähern....
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Essays, Reviews, and Addresses: Theological, philosophical

James Martineau - 1891
...evidence. A mere strong association of ideas often causes a belief so intense as to be unshakeable by experience or argument. Evidence is not that which...faculties generally, but there is an appeal from one faculty to another ; from the judging faculty, to those which take cognizance of fact, the faculties...
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Den nyere filosofis historie: en fremstilling af filosofiens ..., 2. köide

Harald H¸ffding - 1895
...som 374 Induktion — Deduktion — Verifikation. gyldigt, men om, hvad vi b¸r anerkende som gyldigt (Evidence is not that which the mind does or must yield to, but that which it ought to yield to. Logic. Book III. Chap. 21. § 1) Med hvilken Ret slutte vi da fra et F¿nomens Indtr¿den (A) til et...
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Geschichte der neueren Philosophie: eine Darstellung der ..., 2. köide

Harald H¸ffding - 1896
...nicht darum, was wir als gültig anerkennen, sondern darum, was wir als göltig anerkennen müssen (Evidence is not that which the mind does or must yield to, but that which it ought to yield to. Logic. Book III. Chap. 21. § 1.) Mit welchem Recht schliefsen wir nun von dein Eintreten einer Erscheinung...
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A History of Modern Philosophy: A Sketch of the History of ..., 2. köide

Harald H¸ffding - 1900
...logic is not concerned with what we do recognise as valid, but what we ought to recognise as such. " Evidence is not that which the mind does or must yield to, but that which it ought to yield to," (Logic, bk. iii. chap. xxi. § i). With what right, then, do we conclude from the occurrence of one...
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Den nyere filosofis historie: bd. Fra Lessing og Kant til vore dage

Harald H¸ffding - 1904
...Logiken jo ikke om, hvad vi anerkende som gyldigt, men om, hvad vi bor anerkende som gyldigt i'Evidence is not that which the mind does or must yield to, but that which it ought to yield to. Logic. Book III. Chap. 21. § 1). Med hvilken Ret slutte vi da fra et F¿nomens Indtr¿den (A) til...
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