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. Lecture on the Theories of Whewell, Mill, and Compte 

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Resource ID

13735

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Contributed by

Frederik Wellmann

date (Robin)

1864/1865

type of material

A. MS.

description

Presumably part of the University Lecture Series. There is a note that another lecture on Waddington, De Remusat, Graty, and others was to follow this one. Several modern theories of science treated as inseparable from the metaphysics of their authors. For example, Whewell is a Kantian. Comte is "helplessly restricted to a simple intellectual view." Critisism of Mill's logic, especially Mill's views on the ground of induction.

general index

Comte Auguste, DeRemusat C. F. M., Gratry A. J. A., Logic (modal see Modality), Metaphysics, Mill John Stuart, University Lectures (of ), Science and metaphysics, Waddington Charles, Whewell William

pagination

pp. 1-14 (double pages)

Date

1864/1865

number

MS0350_026

abbreviated title

(Whewell)

date (Robin)

1864/1865

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 Public : MS_0350
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