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" Tertii), enounces that condition of thought which compels us, of two repugnant notions, which cannot both coexist, to think either the one or the other as existing. Hence arises the general axiom — Of contradictory attributions, we can only affirm one... "
The Logic of Sir William Hamilton, Bart - Página 42
por Sir William Hamilton - 1865 - 280 páginas
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Lectures on Metaphysics and Logic: lectures on metaphysics. 3-4 Lectures on ...

Sir William Hamilton - 1860
...Tertii), enounces that condition of thought which compels us, of two repugnant notions, which cannot both coexist, to think either the one or the other...explicitly affirmed, the other is implicitly denied. A eit/ier is or is not. A either is or is not JL* By the laws of Identity and Contradiction, I am warranted...
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Lectures on Metaphysics and Logic, Volumen2

Sir William Hamilton (9th bart.) - 1860
...Tertii), enounces that condition of thought which compels us, of two repugnant notions, which cannot both coexist, to think either the one or the other...contradictory attributions, we can only affirm one of a tiling; and if one be explicitly affirmed, the other is implicitly denied. A. eitJier is or is not....
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Lectures on Metaphysics and Logic, Volumen3

Sir William Hamilton - 1860
...Tertii), enounces that condition of thought, which compels us, of two repugnant notions, which cannot both coexist, to think either the one or the other as existing. Hence arises the general axiom,—Of contradictory attributions, we can only affirm one of a thing ; and if one be explicitly...
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The American Presbyterian Review, Volumen3

Henry Boynton Smith, James Manning Sherwood - 1861
...superfluannouncea that condition of thought which compels us, of two repugnant notions, which cannot both coexist, to think either the one or the other as existing." ous ; but if this logical process be final, Common Sense is dethroned of all its Scotch, dignities...
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The Logic of Names: An Introduction to Boole's Laws of Thought

I. P. Hughlings - 1869 - 86 páginas
...law has been thus expressed : — 1. Either a given proposition or its contradictory must be true. 2. Of contradictory attributions we can only affirm one...explicitly affirmed, the other is implicitly denied. f The distinction of parts of speech in Grammar arises from an intrusion of grammarians into| the territory...
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The logic of names, an intr. to Boole's Laws of thought

I P. Hughlings - 1869
...law has been thus expressed: — 1. Either a given proposition or its contradictory must be true. 2. Of contradictory attributions we can only affirm one...explicitly affirmed, the other is implicitly denied. f The distinction of parts of speech in Grammar arises from an intrusion of grammarians into) the territory...
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Christianity and Greek Philosophy: Or, The Relation Between Spontaneous and ...

Benjamin Franklin Cocker - 1870 - 531 páginas
...propositions which can not bothtbe true at once." The principle of Excluded Middle is this : " A thing either is or is not — A either is or is not B ; there is no medium.'™ Now, to mention the law of Excluded Middle and two contradictories with a...
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PSYCHOLOGY; OR THE SCIENCE OF MIND.

OLIVER S. MUNSELL, D.D. - 1871
...us, of two repugnant or contradictory attributes or notions, which cannot coexist with each other, to think either the one or the other as existing. Hence arises the general axiom: "Of contradictory attributes, we can only affirm one of a thing: if one be explicitly affirmed, the other is implicitly...
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Psychology: Or, The Science of Mind

Oliver Spencer Munsell - 1871 - 320 páginas
...us, of two repugnant or contradictory attributes or notions, which cannot coexist with each other, to think either the one or the other as existing....Hence arises the general axiom : " Of contradictory attributes, we can only affirm one of a thing : if one be explicitly affirmed, the other is implicitly...
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System of Logic and History of Logical Doctrines

Friedrich Ueberweg - 1871 - 590 páginas
...Middle.3 [Hamilton4 gives the formula — ' Of contradictory attributions •we can only affirm the one of a thing ; and if one be explicitly affirmed the other is denied. A either is or is not B? This law differs from the Laws of Identity and Contradiction by warranting...
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