Friday, July 18, 2008

Shepherd on the Origin of All Science

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Essays on the Perception of an External Universe And Other Subjects Connected with the Doctrine of Causation By Mary Shepherd

Abstraction, which is a key part of what she also calls "analysis," is one of the things she thinks is underestimated by Hume (and those influenced by him on the subject of causation).

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