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" First, that we now know it directly to be true of by far the greatest number of phenomena ; that there are none of which we know it not to be true, the utmost that can be said being, that of some we cannot positively, from direct evidence, affirm its... "
Essays on the Philosophy of Theism - Page 68
by William George Ward - 1884 - 739 lehte
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A System of Logic, Ratiocinative and Inductive: Being a Connected ..., 1. köide

John Stuart Mill - 1846 - 593 lehte
...are the following : — First ; that wo now know it directly to be true of far tho greatest number of phenomena,; that there are none of which we know it...some we cannot positively from direct evidence affirm Hts truth ; while phenomenon after phenomenon, as they become better known to us, are constantly passing...
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A System of Logic, Ratiocinative and Inductive

John Stuart Mill - 1858 - 600 lehte
...are the following : — First ; that we now know it directly to be true of far the greatest number of phenomena ; that there are none of which we know it...some we cannot positively from direct evidence affirm ite truth ; while phenomenon after phenomenon, as they become better known to ns, are constantly passing...
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Vestiges of the Natural History of Creation, with a Sequel

Robert Chambers - 1860 - 303 lehte
...are the following : First, that we now know it directly to be true of by far the greatest number of phenomena ; that there are none of which we know it...phenomenon, as they become better known to us, are con ttantly passing from the latter class into the former ; and in all cases in which that transition...
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A treatise on logic, or, The laws of pure thought

1864
...argued, that we now know directly that the Maxim holds good of far the greater number of phenomena, " the utmost that can be said being that of some we...after phenomenon, as they become better known to us, is constantly passing from the latter class into the former; and in all cases in which that transition...
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A Treatise on Logic: Or, The Laws of Pure Thought; Comprising Both the ...

Francis Bowen - 1864 - 450 lehte
...argued, that we now know directly that the Maxim holds good of far the greater number of phenomena, " the utmost that can be said being that of some we...after phenomenon, as they become better known to us, is constantly passing from the latter class into the former ; and in all cases in which that transition...
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A TREATISE ON LOGIC, THE LAWS OF PURE THOUGHT

FRANCIS BOWEN - 1864
...good of far the greater number of phenomena, u the utmost that can be said being; that of some we ' O cannot positively, from direct evidence, affirm its...after phenomenon, as they become better known to us, is constantly passing from the latter class into the former; and in all cases in which that transition...
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THE ELEMENTS OF INTELLECTUAL SCIENCE. A MANUAL FOR SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES ...

NOAH PORTER - 1871
...conclusiveness, are the following: First, that we now know it directly to be true of far the greater number of phenomena ; that there are none of which we know it...positively, from direct evidence, affirm its truth," etc., etc. " Besides this first class of considerations there is a second, which still further corroborates...
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The Human Intellect: with an Introduction Upon Psychology and the Soul

Noah Porter - 1873 - 673 lehte
...eoncltifiivencss, are the following : First, that wo now know it directly to be true of far the greater number of phenomena ; that there are none of which we know it not to bo true, the utmost that can be said being that of some we cannot positively, from direct evidence,...
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The Elements of Intellectual Science: A Manual for Schools and Colleges

Noah Porter - 1874 - 565 lehte
...conclusiveness, are the following : First, that we now know it directly to be true of far the greater number of phenomena ; that there are none of which we know it...positively, from direct evidence, affirm its truth," etc., eto. "Besides this first class of considerations there is a second, which still further corroborates...
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The Elements of Intellectual Science: A Manual for Schools and Colleges ...

Noah Porter - 1874 - 565 lehte
...collusiveness, are the following : Pint, that we now know it dircetly to be true of far the greater number of phenomena ; that there are none of which we know it not to be true, the utmost that can bu said being that of some we cannot positively, from direct evidence, affirm its truth," etc., etc....
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