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(50) John Stuart MILL, "A System of Logic Ratiocinative and Inductive", en Collected Works, vol.
However, they have overlooked the fact that the common link to Poe's narratives is the ratiocinative, which indeed functions as the core aim in the poetics of Poe's narrative pieces.
(1858): A system o logic, ratiocinative and inductive.
(12.) John Stuart Mill, A System of Logic Ratiocinative and Inductive: Being a Connected View of the Principles of Evidence and the Methods of Scientific Investigation, University of Toronto Press, Toronto, 1973-74 (originally published 1843), p.
Larrissy writes about exchanges and "border-crossings" (104) of various kinds in a range of works--including The Borderers, "Tintern Abbey," "Home at Grasmere," and The Excursion--with the disciplined ratiocinative intensity typical of his criticism at its best.
In his articles on the fragments of Myrsilus and Istrus Jackson often applied what he himself referred to in a funding application as 'Holmes' vast knowledge and logic and ratiocinative thinking'.
Philosophers of mind, being largely bound by the ratiocinative and discursive methods they favour, typically fall short of offering an experience of the "other" of language in describing it.
Almost everything he thought and did had an if and a then as points of departure, deliberately positioned on the same ratiocinative plane.
Distinguishing between mind and consciousness, he defines mind as the ratiocinative on the conceptualization process (abstractive power) of the human intellect.
But note where Lilburn departs from the conventional view of seeing rationality as the highest human achievement: "The force of analytical inquiry, outside the sphere of its competence, is a kind of dissipation: it decays into 'chatter': the pursuit of questions it fosters becomes a 'scattering': the interior representation of noumenal things one seeks becomes a lowering; the ratiocinative impulse must be 'trod down' in this cloud of forgetting" (150).
Mill, John Stuart (1843) A System of Logic, Ratiocinative and Inductive.
It is possible we have to reconcile our pursuit of scientific truth--verifying every step of the way, imagining it, longing for it, even dreaming of it, spurring ourselves on with the current theory or available ratiocinative device, alert always for the dissolution of rigidities whose components re-form into new realities which will dissolve in their turn--with never actually attaining it.