The contempt for religious faith in scientific circles reveals, not open-mindedness, but prejudice. Deduction, induction, and retroduction are the only kinds of reasoning. Deduction as either necessary or probable. Determinism and free will. Over-specialization on the part of the average scientist has made him culturally ignorant - a queer mixture of enlightenment and of what is the equivalent of superstition. Laws of nature. Miracles and ultramiracles. Two of the alternative sections contain a discussion of existential graphs.
Deduction, necessary definitory (see also Necessity), etymology of probable definitory (see also Probability), Determinism (see also Necessitarianism), Free will, Graphs existential, Induction, Law(s) of nature, Miracles, Probability and Chance, necessary Reasoning, Religion, Religion and faith, Religion and science, Retroductions (see also Abduction), Science, Science and religion
pp. 1-18, with several alternative sections
2 pp. of one of the alternative sections are dated 1911-04-05, 1911-04-07