10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «SUPERINDUCEMENT»
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The Oxford Handbook of Philosophy of Biology
Concepts do this by grouping phenomena in an ''induction'' that consists in the ''
colligation of facts'' by the ''superinducement'' of a single idea or concept on a set
of data (Whewell 1989, 139). And, according to Whewell, there is an increasing ...
Experience and Experimental Writing: Literary Pragmatism ...
here the process by which lived events become general emblems is explicitly a
concern with “geological” phenomena,- of “superinducement” and “underlayering
.”89 The alignment of style and geology is made sensuous in a Brownean ...
Encyclopaedia Metropolitana; or, universal dictionary of ...
A Second Defence of some Queries^ In all such cases the superinducement of
greater perfections and nobler qualities destroys nothing of the essence or
perfections that were there before ; unless there can be shewed a manifest
Rational geomancy: the kids of the book-machine : the ...
Not a 'pataphysics at all, but rather a superinducement of the superinducement.
Nothing less than a Canadian "Pataphysics. Not 'Pata-physics but rather "Pata-
physics. Is our Canadian term then, self-contradictory and/or in its self-
Steve McCaffery, B. P. Nichol, Toronto Research Group, 1992
Language and the Sacred in Canadian Poet BpNichol's The ...
In their introduction, Nichol and McCaffery explain why they spell their version
with a double quotation mark; describing "pataphysics as "a superinducement of
the superinducement," they claim "[t]he distinction is subtle: from elision to ...
Susan Elizabeth Billingham, 2000
An Essay concerning Human Understanding ... The tenth ...
In all such Cases, the superinducement of greater Persections and noblcr
Qualities, desiroys nothing of the Essence or Persections that were there before i
unless there can be shew'd a maniscst Repugnancy between them: But all the
Political economy in connexion with the moral state and ...
... intelligible the important distinction between a natural and an excrescent
population, with the necessary limits which check the increase of the latter, it will
appear how small and how questionable the benefit of such a superinducement
is ; or, ...
Truthteller: A Weekly Political Pamphlet
I, in particular, select them for these because they, like myself, have imbibed
unfair impressions and from sources common to us both, and ifthey in any way
act as a superinducement to a serious examination, my end is answered : if this
Posthumous Works of .... Thomas Chalmers: Institutes of theology
A system in theology is not a superinducement on the Bible, but an envelopment
in, or at most a germination from it. 18. However, it is not the idea of invention
alone which explains the whole of this antipathy to theological systems.
The Works of John Locke: Philosophical Works, with a ...
In all such cases, the superinducement of greater perfections and nobler qualities
destroys nothing of the essence or perfections that were there before ; unless
there can be showed a manifest repugnancy between them : but all the proof ...
John Locke, James Augustus St. John, 1854