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Logic recognizes a principal division in class names, according as these are the names of objects which agree with each other and ...
Let one persuade many, and he becomes confirmed and convinced, and cares for no better evidence.
The very hope of experimental philosophy, its expectation of constructing the sciences into a true philosophy of nature, is based ...
The accidental causes of science are only "accidents" relatively to the intelligence of a man.
We receive the truths of science by compulsion. Nothing but ignorance is able to resist them.
Science asks no questions about the ontological pedigree or a priori character of a theory, but is content to judge it by its perf ...
A fact is a proposition of which the verification by an appeal to the primary sources of our knowledge or to experience is direct ...
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