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The Proper Treatment of Hypotheses: a Preliminary Chapter, toward an Examination of Hume's Argument against Miracles, in its Logic and in its History 

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Manuscript Metadata

Resource ID

25892

Access

Open

Contributed by

Frederik Wellmann

type of material

A. MS.

description

Opposition to the dualism of reason and instinct. Dogs can reason on occasions, with an example from CSP's experience. Rudimentary sense of logic (logica utens) and the sophisticated sense of logic (logica docens). Attack on modern books on logic. Precepts and hypotheses. The three stages in the life of a hypothesis, each stage governed by entirely different logical principles. Abduction, deduction, and induction.

general index

Abduction, Deduction, Hume David, Hypothesis (see also Abduction Induction), Induction, Instinct, Logic (modal see Modality), Logica docens, Logica utens, Miracles, Precepts

pagination

pp. 1-38, 29-40, and 13 pp. of variants

Date

1901

number

MS0692_009

abbreviated title

(Hist. Test.

date (Robin)

1901

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 Public : MS_0692
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