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[Lecture VII] 

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904

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Contributed by

Frederik Wellmann

type of material

A. MS. notebook

Category

LOGIC (MS 339-1009)

description

Volume II of the Seventh Lecture. Law, uniformity, and variety. Critical comments on Mill's views on the uniformity of nature. For CSP it is obvious that nature is not uniform, but that variety is nature's leading characteristic. His realism is opposed to Mill's nominalism. The problem of induction, with solutions by Abbe Gratry, Laplace, and CSP.

general index

Gratry A. J. A., Induction, Laplace, Pierre Simon de, Law(s), Logic (modal see Modality), Mill John Stuart, uniformity of Nature, Nominalism of Mill, Lowell Lectures, Realism, Uniformity (see also Nature uniformity of), Variety

pagination

pp. 96-152

Date

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manuscript number

474

publication

n.p.

topic

LOGIC / LOWELL LECTURES 1903

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