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FUTURE LOGIC 9



54 .  MODAL INDUCTION. ............................................................................................... 303 
1.  Knowability. ............................................................................................................... 303 
2.  Equality of Status. ..................................................................................................... 303 
3.  Stages of Induction. .................................................................................................... 304 
4.  Generalization vs. Particularization. ........................................................................ 305 
5.  The Paradigm of Induction. ....................................................................................... 306 
6.  The Pursuit of Integers. ............................................................................................. 306 
55 .  FACTOR SELECTION. ............................................................................................. 308 
1.  Prediction. ................................................................................................................... 308 
2.  The Uniformity Principle. .......................................................................................... 308 
3.  The Law of Generalization. ........................................................................................ 309 
56 .  APPLIED FACTOR SELECTION. ............................................................................ 311 
1.  Closed Systems Results. ............................................................................................ 311 
2.  Some Overall Comments. ........................................................................................... 312 
3.  Rules of Generalization. ............................................................................................. 313 
4.  Review of Valid Moods. .............................................................................................. 314 
5.  Open System Results. ................................................................................................ 317 
57 .  FORMULA REVISION. ............................................................................................. 323 
1.  Context Changes. ....................................................................................................... 323 
2.  Kinds of Revision. ....................................................................................................... 323 
3.  Particularization. ....................................................................................................... 325 
58 .  GROSS FORMULA REVISION. ............................................................................... 326 
1.  Amplification. ............................................................................................................. 326 
2.  Harmonization. ........................................................................................................... 326 
3.  Unequal Gross Formulas. .......................................................................................... 327 
4.  Equal Gross Formulas. .............................................................................................. 328 
5.  Applications. ............................................................................................................... 328 
59 .  FACTORIAL FORMULA REVISION. ...................................................................... 332 
1.  Adding Fractions to Integers. .................................................................................... 332 
2.  Reconciliation of Integers. ......................................................................................... 334 
3.  Indefinite Denial of Integers. ..................................................................................... 335 
4.  Other Formula Revisions. .......................................................................................... 337 
5.  Revision of Deficient Formulas. ................................................................................. 338 
PART VII. PERSPECTIVES. ................................................... 340 
60 .  PHENOMENA. ........................................................................................................... 341 
1.  Empirical or Hypothetical. ......................................................................................... 341 
2.  Physical or Mental. .................................................................................................... 341 
3.  Concrete and Abstract. ............................................................................................... 344 
4.  Presentative or Representative. ................................................................................ 345 
61 .  CONSCIOUSNESS AND THE MIND. ..................................................................... 347 
1.  A Relation. .................................................................................................................. 347 
2.  Kinds of Consciousness. ............................................................................................. 348 
3.  The Mind. .................................................................................................................... 351 
4.  Popular Psychology. ................................................................................................... 352 
62 .  PERCEPTION AND RECOGNITION. ..................................................................... 354 
1.  The Immediacy of Sense-Perception. ........................................................................ 354 
2.  Logical Conditions of Recognition. ............................................................................ 356 
3.  Other Applications. .................................................................................................... 358 
63 .  PAST LOGIC. ............................................................................................................. 360 
1.  Historical Judgment. .................................................................................................. 360 
2.  Aristotle, and Hellenic Logic. .................................................................................... 361 
3.  Roman, Arab, and Medieval European Logic. .......................................................... 363 
4.  Oriental Logic. ............................................................................................................ 365 
5.  Modern Tendencies. ................................................................................................... 366 
6.  In The 20th Century. ................................................................................................. 368 

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