Some mechanicians attempt to prove (what they ought to lay down as a probable but doubtful hypothesis*) that every particle of matter gravitates equally : 'why?' 'because those bodies which contain more particles ever gravitate more strongly, ie are heavier... An Intermediate Logic - Página 187por James Welton, Alexander James Monahan - 1911 - 513 páginasVista completa - Acerca de este libro
| Richard Whately - 1834 - 402 páginas
...Circle, however, must necessarily be unfair; though it frequently is practised undesignedly ; e. ' g. **some Mechanicians attempt to prove, (what they ought...that every particle of matter gravitates equally;** "why'J" because those bodies which contain more particles ever gravitate more strongly, ie are heavier... | |
| Richard Whately - 1840 - 508 páginas
...a Circle, however, must necessarily be unfair ; though it frequently is practised undesignedly ; eg **some Mechanicians attempt to prove, (what they ought...contain more particles ever gravitate more strongly,** /'. e. are heavier : " but (it may be urged) those which are heaviest are not always more bulky ; "... | |
| John Stuart Mill - 1843 - 648 páginas
...had not sufficiently considered the grounds. As in the following example from Archbishop Whately : " **Some mechanicians attempt to prove (what they ought...equally : ' why ?' ' because those bodies which contain** * No longer even a probable hypothesis, but (since the establishment of the atomic theory) opposed... | |
| 1843 - 434 páginas
...tiro propositions alternately, the one to prove the outer. This is called reasoning in a circle. Thus, **"some mechanicians attempt to prove (what they ought...contain more particles ever gravitate more strongly,** that is, are heavier. 1 But (it may be urged), those -which are heaviest are not always more bulky.'... | |
| John Stuart Mill - 1846 - 630 páginas
...had not sufficiently considered the grounds. As in the following example from Archbishop Whately : " **Some mechanicians attempt to prove (what they ought...every particle of matter gravitates equally: 'why** Г 'because those bodies which contain more particles ever gravitate more strongly, ie are heavier:'... | |
| John Stuart Mill - 1850 - 616 páginas
...not sufficiently considered the grounds. As in the following example from Archbishop Whately : •• **Some mechanicians attempt to prove (what they ought...are heaviest are not always more bulky;' ' no, but** they contain more particles, though more closely condensed ;' • how do you know that I' 'because... | |
| Richard Whately - 1854 - 316 páginas
...undesignedly ; eg some Mechanicians attempt to prove, (what they ought to have circle""^ '" * laid **down as a probable but doubtful hypothesis,) that...contain more particles ever gravitate more strongly,** te are heavier : " but (it may be urged) those which are heaviest are not always more bulky:" "no,... | |
| Richard Whately - 1854 - 496 páginas
...is practised undesignedly ; e, g, some Mechanicians attempt to prove, (what they ought to have laid **down as a probable but doubtful hypothesis,) that...every particle of matter gravitates equally ; " why** r " because those bodies which contain more particles ever gravitate more strongly, ie are heavier... | |
| John Stuart Mill - 1856 - 560 páginas
...had not sufficiently considered the grounds. As in the following example from Archbishop \Vhately : " **Some mechanicians attempt to prove (what they ought...are heaviest are not always more bulky ;' ' no, but** they contain more particles, though more closely condensed :' ' how do you know that ?' ' because they... | |
| John Stuart Mill - 1858 - 666 páginas
...had not sufficiently considered the grounds. As in the following example from Archbishop Whately : " **Some mechanicians attempt to prove (what they ought...every particle of matter gravitates equally : ' why** V ' because those bodies which contain more particles ever gravitate more strongly, ie are heavier:'... | |
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