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[Lecture I] 

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Manuscript Metadata

Resource ID

17838

Access

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Contributed by

Frederik Wellmann

type of material

A. MS. notebook

description

Published as 1.591-610, with omissions. Unpublished: Present day science suffers from a malady whose source is an argument based on the notion of a "logisches Gef,hl" as the means of determining whether reasoning is sound and whose conclusion is that there is no distinction between good and bad reasoning. This argument parallels another whose conclusion is that there is no distinction between good and bad conduct (pp. 1-12). Criticism of the defendant arguments and their premises that it is unthinkable that a conclusion be found acceptable for any other reason than a feeling of logicality and that a line of conduct be adopted for any other motive than a feeling of pleasure (pp. 33-48).

general index

ethical Conduct, Logic (modal see Modality), Logisches Gefuehl, Lowell Lectures, Reasoning (probable see also Probability)

pagination

pp. 1-48

Date

1903

number

MS0448_020

abbreviated title

-

date (Robin)

1903

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 Public : MS_0448
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