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Analysis of Mr. Mill's System of Logic.

Author: William Stebbing
Publisher: Lanham : Start Publishing LLC, 2013.
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Philosophical text written by William Stebbing, author of ""Five Centuries of English Verse"" and ""Sir Walter Ralegh A Biography""
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Stebbing, William.
Analysis of Mr. Mill's System of Logic.
Lanham : Start Publishing LLC, ©2013
Named Person: John Stuart Mill; John Stuart Mill
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: William Stebbing
ISBN: 9781627936170 1627936173
OCLC Number: 863824050
Notes: Introductory remarks.
Description: 1 online resource (201 pages)
Contents: Cover; Analysis of Mr. Mill's System of Logic; Copyright; PREFACE TO THE SECOND EDITION.; CONTENTS; INTRODUCTION; BOOK I; NAMES AND PROPOSITIONS; CHAPTER I; ON THE NECESSITY OF COMMENCING WITH AN ANALYSIS OF LANGUAGE IN LOGIC; CHAPTER II; NAMES; CHAPTER III; THE THINGS DENOTED BY NAMES; CHAPTER IV; PROPOSITIONS.; CHAPTER V; THE IMPORT OF PROPOSITIONS.; CHAPTER VI; PROPOSITIONS MERELY VERBAL.; CHAPTER VII; THE NATURE OF CLASSIFICATION, AND THE FIVE PREDICABLES.; CHAPTER VIII; DEFINITION.; BOOK II; REASONING.; CHAPTER I; INFERENCE, OR REASONING IN GENERAL.; CHAPTER II. Ratiocination, or syllogism.chapter iii; the functions and logical value of the syllogism.; chapter iv; trains of reasoning, and deductive sciences.; chapters v. and vi.; demonstration and necessary truths.; book iii; induction.; chapter i; preliminary observations on induction in general.; chapter ii; inductions improperly so called.; chapter iii; the ground of induction.; chapter iv; laws of nature.; chapter v; the law of universal causation.; chapter vi; the composition of causes.; chapter vii; observation and experiment.; chapter viii; and note to chapter ix.[1]. The four methods of experimental enquiry.chapter x; plurality of causes, and intermixture of effects.; chapter xi; the deductive method.; chapters xii. and xiii.; the explanation and examples of the explanation of laws of nature.; chapter xiv; the limits to the explanation of laws of nature. hypotheses.; chapter xv; progressive effects, and continued action of causes.; chapter xvi; empirical laws.; chapter xvii; chance, and its elimination.; chapter xviii; the calculation of chances.; chapter xix; the extension of derivative laws to adjacent cases.; chapter xx; analogy.; chapter xxi. The evidence of the law of universal causation.chapter xxii; uniformities of coexistence not dependent on causation.; chapter xxiii; approximate generalisations, and probable evidence.; chapter xxiv; the remaining laws of nature.; chapter xxv; the grounds of disbelief.; book iv; operations subsidiary to induction.; chapter i; observation and description.; chapter ii; abstraction, or the formation of conceptions.; chapter iii; naming as subsidiary to induction.; chapter iv; the requisites of a philosophical language, and the principles of definition.; chapter v. The natural history of the variation in the meaning of terms.chapter vi; terminology and nomenclature.; chapter vii; classification, as subsidiary to induction.; chapter viii; classification by series.; book v; fallacies.; chapter i; fallacies in general.; chapter ii; classification of fallacies.; chapter iii; fallacies of simple inspection; or, à priori fallacies.; chapter iv; fallacies of observation.; chapter v; fallacies of generalisation.; chapter vi; fallacies of ratiocination.; chapter vii; fallacies of confusion.; book vi; on the logic of the moral sciences.; chapter i.

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Philosophical text written by William Stebbing, author of ""Five Centuries of English Verse"" and ""Sir Walter Ralegh A Biography""

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