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Of the Distinction between a priori and a posteriori 

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Manuscript Metadata

Resource ID

26908

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Contributed by

Frederik Wellmann

type of material

A. MS.

description

Arguments in the first, second, and third figures are respectively a priori, a posteriori, and inductive. Table showing logical character of every mood. Logically a priori conclusions are universal, affirmative, categorical, apodictic. Logically inductive conclusions are particular, infinite, hypothetical, assertorial. Logically a posteriori conclusions are singular, negative, disjunctive, problematical .

general index

A posteriori, A priori (see also Belief fixation of), Affirmation, Assertion (see also Judgment), Categories, Disjunction, Induction, Infinity, Logic (modal see Modality), Negation, Particular, Probability and Chance, hypothetical Proposition, Singular, Universals

pagination

10 pp., plus a folded page with the title: "Distinction between a priori and a posteriori."

Date

u

number

MS0744_001

abbreviated title

-

date (Robin)

n.d.

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 Public : MS_0744
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