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By E. Bright Wilson Jr.

Famous scientist's particularly transparent, pragmatic advisor to rules and tactics priceless in a variety of sciences. layout of experiments and gear; category, sampling and size; research of experimental information; mistakes of dimension; chance, randomness and good judgment; even more. integral for any researcher. 1952 version. forty nine illustrations.

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I do not go back to the last particular rumble or postman’s knock, or expect letters like the last which came. The interest of those who believe in concrete Identity, in thus reducing the two “Laws of Association” to the one Law of Contiguity, is to enforce the idea that the content of consciousness is never merely simple or particular, and that in association, as in judgment, the universal or meeting-point of differences furnishes the true guide to the intellectual process. g. Mr. Sully mentions it, and Mr.

But the ground for connecting any such associations with this ideal of perfect Identity without 48 difference lies in what Plato would have called its eristic character, that is, its tendency to exclude from judgment, and therefore from truth and knowledge, all ideal synthesis. Not, of course, that ideal synthesis ever has been or can be excluded from judgment; less deception would be possible if this were so; but what may and does happen is that an arbitrary line is drawn across various contents of knowledge, and their identity is denied from the point at which some little effort or some little education begins to be needed in order to recognize it.

From the phenomena of the former is necessarily led to affirm it in its real correlation with its foundation in the latter. Now we are prepared to estimate the criticism that our theoretical interest in systems of satisfactoriness is one with a bias in favour of the aims of private desire. The technical point is that on which we have just been insisting. The inquiry into reality as such may begin anywhere; and it is very natural that in the process of defining itself it should pass through a phase of taking up and sifting the suggestions propounded by personal and private interests.

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