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" But we may fancy that we see or feel what we in reality infer. A truth, or supposed truth, which is really the result of a very rapid inference, may seem to be apprehended intuitively. It has long been agreed by thinkers of the most opposite schools,... "
Encountering the World: Toward an Ecological Psychology - Página 15
de Edward S. Reed - 1996 - 224 páginas
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A System of Logic, Ratiocinative and Inductive: Being a Connected View of ...

John Stuart Mill - 1858 - 600 páginas
...without their flashing V through his mind. A truth, or supposed truth, which is really the re' Pult of a very rapid inference, may seem to be apprehended intuitively. It has long been agreed by philosophers of the most opposite schools, that this mistake is actually made...
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Spirit and mind polarity, or The disentanglement of ideas

Arthur Young - 1873
...sure that one sees or feels But we may fancy that we see or feel what we in reality infer A (rut li, or supposed truth, which is really the result of a...inference, may seem to be apprehended intuitively. It has long been agreed by philosophers of the most opposite schools, that this mistake is actually made...
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Papers of the Manchester Literary Club, Volume 6

1880
...and consult Mr. Mill at another page. But we may fancy that we see or feel what we in reality infer. A truth, or supposed truth, which is really the result...inference, may seem to be apprehended intuitively. It has long been agreed by thinkers of the most opposite schools that this mistake is actually made in...
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Papers of the Manchester Literary Club, Volumes 6-7

Manchester Literary Club - 1880
...another page. But we may fancy that we see or feel what we in reality infer. A truth, or supposed trulh, which is really the result of a very rapid inference, may seem to be apprehended intuitively. It has long been agreed by thinkers of the most opposite schools that this mistake is actually made in...
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A System of Logic, Ratiocinative and Inductive: Being a Connected View of ...

John Stuart Mill - 1884 - 659 páginas
...for this portion of our knowledge. But we may fancy that we »ее or feel what we in reality infer. A truth, or supposed truth, which is really the result...a very rapid inference, may seem to be apprehended intuitivelv. It has long been agreed by thinkers of the most opposite schools, that this mistake is...
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The Relation of Inference to Fact in Mill's Logic

John Forsyth Crawford - 1916 - 50 páginas
...that are drawn from them. "We may fancy that we see or feel what we in reality infer. A truth, or a supposed truth, which is really the result of a very rapid inference, may seem to be apprehended intuitively."1 Observation, which is another name for intuition, is constantly vitiated by confusion...
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The Philosophy of Proof in Its Relation to the English Law of Judicial Evidence

John Reynolds Gulson - 1923 - 428 páginas
...possibility of question. ' But,' he continues, ' we may fancy we see or feel what we in reality infer. A truth or supposed truth, which is really the result...inference, may seem to be apprehended intuitively. It has long been agreed by philosophers of the most opposite schools that this mistake is actually made...
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Liberal Utilitarianism: Social Choice Theory and J. S. Mill's Philosophy

Jonathan Riley - 1988 - 398 páginas
...emphasize the crudity of the information provided by the truths of our consciousness. He points out that 'a truth, or supposed truth, which is really the result of a very rapid inference, [often seems] to be apprehended [directly]' (1843b, p. 7). As an example of this kind of mistake, he...
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