LOGIC (MS 339-1009)
Principles of association: contiguity, similarity, contrast, and causality. Association is not explained by causality but causality by association Mind is not explained by matter. Rather, matter seems to be explained by mind. Criticism of treatises on logic, based upon works passed on from the Middle Ages. See Grand Logic (MS. 400).
Causality, Contiguity, Contrast, association of Ideas, Logic (modal see Modality), Matter, Medieval period l, Mind, Similarity
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LOGIC / MISCELLANEOUS