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" Whatever be the most proper mode of expressing it, the proposition that the course of nature is uniform is the fundamental principle, or general axiom, of Induction. "
The Christian Examiner - Сторінка 64
1868
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New Englander and Yale Review, Том 4

Edward Royall Tyler, William Lathrop Kingsley, George Park Fisher, Timothy Dwight - 1846
...a sufficient degree of similarity of circumstances, happen again, and uot only again but always." " The proposition, that the course of nature is uniform,...fundamental principle or general axiom of induction ;" — " unless it were true, all other inductions,'' as he says in another place, " would be fallacious."...
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A System of Logic, Ratiocinative and Inductive: Being a Connected ..., Том 2

John Stuart Mill - 1846 - 593 стор.
...tho whole region of the future; but also the vastly greater portion of the present and of the past. Whatever be the most proper mode of expressing it,...Induction. It would yet be a great error to offer this largo generalization as any explanation of the inductive process. On the contrary, I hold it to be...
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The London Lancet, Том 1

1851
...enables us to apply such inductively raised laws as that of Wells, universally. According to Mill, " The proposition that the course of nature is uniform,...fundamental principle or general axiom of induction." And if it be asked how these ideas of the essential connexions of properties are derived, I answer...
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The Elements of Logic: Adapted to the Capacity of Younger Students, and ...

Charles Kittredge True - 1860 - 176 стор.
...that any universal principles, even the first principles of mathematics, are intuiti ve. He says : u Whatever be the most proper mode of expressing it,...axiom of induction. It would yet be a great error to consider this large generalization as any explanation of the inductive process. On the contrary, I...
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The British Controversialist and Literary Magazine

1864
...of circumstances, iuppen again; and not only again, but as often as the same circumstances recur." " The proposition that the course of nature is uniform...fundamental principle or general axiom of induction." Yet "this great generalization is itself founded on prior generalizations." " The course of nature...
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A Dictionary of Science, Literature, & Art: Comprising the ..., Том 2

William Thomas Brande, George William Cox - 1866
...that source, the main question of the science of logic is the enquiry, What is induction? Although the proposition that the course of nature is uniform, is the fundamental principle of induction, it would yet be a great error to offer this large generalisation as any explanation of...
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A Dictionary of Science, Literature, & Art: Comprising the ..., Том 2

William Thomas Brande, George William Cox - 1866
...that source, the main question of the science of logic is the enquiry, What is induction ? Although the proposition that, the course of nature is uniform, is the fundamental principle of induction, it would yet be a great error to offer this large generalisation as any explanation of...
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The Principles of Logic: For High Schools and Colleges

Aaron Schuyler - 1869 - 168 стор.
...for ? Whately replies, this " is a question foreign to our purpose." 8. Mill's Theory of Induction. " "Whatever be the most proper mode of expressing it,...axiom of Induction. It would yet be a great error to oft'er this large generalization as any explanation of the inductive process. On the contrary, I hold...
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The Principles of Logic: For High Schools and Colleges

Aaron Schuyler - 1869 - 168 стор.
...which the conclusion is demonstrably certain, this theory certainly fails ; for, Mr. Mill holds, 1st. That the course of nature is uniform, is the fundamental principle or general axiom of Induction. 2d. That this principle is itself an induction of by no means the most obvious kind. 3d. That far from...
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The Principles of Logic: For High Schools and Colleges

Aaron Schuyler - 1859 - 168 стор.
...which the conclusion is demonstrably certain, this theory certainly fails ; for, Mr. Mills holds, 1st. That the course of nature is uniform, is the fundamental principle or general axiom of Induction. 2d. That this principle is itself an induction of by no means the most obvious kind. 3d. That far from...
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