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Autor(en): 
  • John Grier Hibben
  • Inductive Logic 
     

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    Lieferstatus:   i.d.R. innert 5-10 Tagen versandfertig
    Veröffentlichung:  2007  
    Genre:  Philosophie 
    ISBN:  9781408623398 
    EAN-Code: 
    9781408623398 
    Verlag:  Pratt Press 
    Einband:  Kartoniert  
    Sprache:  English  
    Dimensionen:  H 216 mm / B 140 mm / D 22 mm 
    Gewicht:  483 gr 
    Seiten:  380 
    Zus. Info:  Paperback 
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    Inhalt:
    INDUCTIVE LOGIC - 1896 - CONTENTS - Psychological and Logical Elements in Inference, page 1 Objective and Subjective Necessity, 4 Data of Presentation, 5 System as Gro znd of Inference, 6 The Im plicit and Explicit, l1 Inference mediated through the Universal, 12 Conceptual Processes, 13 Explanation, 14. Various Opinions concerning their ltelative Importance, page 16 Regarded as Different Phases of One and the Same Process, 17 Their Relation to t, he Ground of Inference regarded as a System, 17 Their Relation t, o the Universal, 18 Difference between Truth and Fact, 19 Mutual Dependence of Induction and Deduction, 20. The Inductive Hazard, page 24 Basal Postulate of Induction, 25 Its Epistemelogical Nature, 26 Induction regarded as an Inverse Process, 27 Law and Rule, 30 Law in Terms of an Hypothetical Universal, 31 Induction in the Conduct of Human Affairs, 32 The Scientific Spirit, 33. CHAP. IV. - TYPES OF INDUCT I I N V F E E REN . CE . 34 The Method of Enumeration, page 35 a. Perfect Tnduction, 36 b. Incomplete Enumeration, 37 c. Probav vi CONTENTS bility, 38 The Method of Analogy, 39 The Method of Scientific Analysis, or Causal Determination, 40 The Causal Postulate underlying All the Methods, 43 Relation of Mental Habit to Choice of Method, 47 Generalization, 48. Logical Significance of the Causal Concept, page 50 Its Phenomenal Significance - The Conservation of Energy, 51 Its Pllilosophical Significance, 53 Its Logical Significance, 54 Its Epistemelogical Ground, 58 lopular and Scientific Idea of Cause, 58 Causal Ana, lysis, 00 Limitations of Iinowledge, 62. Sequence, page 64 Concurrence, FG CO-existence, 66 Vital Growth and Development, 68 Collocation, 68 Different Modes ofTransfer of Energy, 71 Quantitative Determination, 72 Observation and Experiinent, 73 Negative Determination, 78 Pseudo-causal Connection, 82. CHAP. VII. - MILLS INDUCT M IV ET E H OD - S THE METHOD OF AGREEDIENT . . 84 The Five Methods, page 84 The Method of Agreement, 86 Symbolic Representation, 87 Variation of Instances, 90 The Method of Agreement and Obseivation, 91 Relation to Simple Enumeration, 91 Sequence and CO-existence, 92 Defects of this Method, 93 Its Chief Function, that of Suggestion, 96 Illust, rations, 97. CHAP. VIII. - THE METHOD O F DIFFERENCE . . 101 Relation to Method of Agreement, page 101 Its Characteristics, 101 Symbolic Representation, 103 Similar CONTENTS vii to Negative Detennination, 104 Relation to the Illeory of Combinations, 105 Criticisms of this Method, 10G Practical Difficulties, 109 Illustrations, 113 Blind Experiments, 115. CJIAI.. IX. - TIIE JOIN T, E T I I O O D F AGREE E A N N T D DIFFEREXCE . . 117 Relation to Method of Difference, page 117 Synibolic Representation, 118 1 ifficulty of Eliininatim, 121 Illustrations, 124 Zdvaiitage of this nlethod over the Simple blethod of Agreement, 128. Its Characteristics, pagc 1 30 Its Syn bolicR epresentation, 131 Quantitative I etermination, 131 Graphic Representation, l33 lsychological Impressions, l33 Illustrations, 134 Tlie Comprehension of the Intensity of Unknown Forces facilitated by this 2Iethoc1, 141 Lirnitations of this Method, 142. A illetliod of Elimination, page 14G Symbolic Representation, 146 A Deductive Methorl, 147 The Complexity of the Residual Element, 118 Illustrations, 140 Ilesidual Error in Experiments, 153 The Mental Habit of inspecting All Remainders, 164. CHAP. SII. - VER FICATIO A NND PREDICTIO, N ...

      
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