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" ... of Induction which reaches so thoroughly to the heart of the thing, the essential nature of the philosophical inference of the universal from the singular, as that which Sir William has given to discriminate the Baconian from the Aristotelic, the... "
Southern Quarterly Review - Page 255
edited by - 1856
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The Edinburgh Review, Volume 57

English literature - 1833
...— 1. The objective process of investigating particular facts as preparatory to illation ; — 2. A material illation of the universal from the singular,...warranted either by the general analogies of nature, or by special presumpcurate also Pacius is in regard to Alexander, (whose interpretation of the second book...
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Character of Lord Bacon: His Life and Work ...

Thomas Martin - 1835 - 367 pages
...:— 1 . The objective process of investigating particular facts as preparatory to illation; — 2. A material illation of the universal from the singular,...warranted either by the general analogies of nature, or by special presumptions afforded by the object matter of any real science ; — 3. A formal illation of...
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Character of Lord Bacon: His Life and Works

Thomas Martin - Great Britain - 1835 - 367 pages
...as preparatory to illation; — 2. A material illation of the universal NOTES AND ILLUSTRATIONS. 325 from the singular, warranted either by the general analogies of nature, or by special presumptions afforded by the object matter of any real science ; — 3. A formal illation of...
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A Manual of Logic: Deductive and Inductive

H. H. Munro - Logic - 1850 - 237 pages
...critical science, and cannot be admitted within the province of logic. 2. A material illation or inference of the universal from the singular, warranted either by the general analogies of nature, or by special presumptions afforded by the objectmatter of any real science. To this view the formal school...
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Discussions on Philosophy and Literature, Education and University Reform ...

Sir William Hamilton - Education - 1852 - 758 pages
...1*; The objective process of investigating individual facts, as preparatory to illation ; — 2, A material illation of the universal from the singular,...warranted either by the general analogies of nature, or by special presumptions afforded by the object-matter of any real science ; — 3. A. formal illation...
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Discussions on Philosophy and Literature, Education and University Reform ...

Sir William Hamilton - Education - 1853 - 852 pages
...1, The objective process of investigating individual facts, as preparatory to illation ; — 2, A material illation of the universal from the singular,...warranted either by the general analogies of nature, or by special presumptions afforded by the object-matter of any real science ; — 3, A formal illation...
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The British and Foreign Evangelical Review and Quarterly Record of Christian ...

Theology - 1856
...discriminate the Baconian from the Aristotelic, the material from the formal. His definition is this : " A material illation of the universal from the singular,...warranted either by the general analogies of nature, or by special presumptions afforded by the object matter of any real science.'" This definition shows that...
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The Progress of Philosophy: In the Past and in the Future

Samuel Tyler - Philosophy - 1858 - 232 pages
...discriminate the Baconian from the Aristotelic, the material from the formal. His definition is this : "A material illation of the universal from the singular,...warranted either by the general analogies of nature, or by special presumptions afforded by the object-matter of any real science." This definition shows that...
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DISCUSSIONS ON PHILOSOPHY AND LITERATURE, EDUCATION AND UNIVERSITY REFORM

SIR WILLIAM HAMILTON - 1861
...1, The objective process of investigating individual facts, as preparatory to illation ; — 2, A material illation of the universal from the singular,...warranted either by the general analogies of nature, or by special presumptions afforded by the object-matter of any real science ; — 3, A formal illation...
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The Progress of Philosophy

Samuel Tyler - 1868
...discriminate the Baconian from the Aristotelic, the material from the formal. His definition is this: "A material illation of the universal from the singular,...warranted either by the general analogies of nature, or by special presumptions afforded by the object-matter of any real science." This definition shows that...
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