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Reasons, Resultance and Moral Particularism, OMAR EDWARD MOAD
This appears to be an inference from supervenience (1 above) to resultance ((2) above: note "some of"), and thereby to generalism (5).
The author's] Designes are natural, correspondent, and effective; his Scenes probable, and suitable; his Loves high and generous (but without extravagancy;) his Passions essential, and real, and such as perfectly limn different souls, in their different agitations; his discourses and reflections solid and mature, and the resultance of all this, so generous and harmonious, that I rather choose to leave you to the consideration of the several beauties you will find in every part thereof, then [sic] corrupt your judgements by a previous information in the general.