109 collocations for deducing

Many fantastic shapes rise up, but they must be mine in private:already I have fooled the reader to the top of his bent;else could I omit that strange creature Woollett, who existed in trying the question, and bought litigations?and still stranger, inimitable, solemn Hepworth, from whose gravity Newton might have deduced the law of gravitation.

The great and fundamental errour, sir, of the patrons of this bill, seems to be an opinion that the practice of insuring is not known to other nations, nor can be carried on in any other place; and from this principle they deduce consequences, which, if they were inevitably certain, might easily influence us to an immediate approbation of the bill, as necessary to secure our commerce, and distress our enemies.

Cicero ascribes the great superiority of Servius as a lawyer to the study of philosophy, which disciplined and developed his mind, and enabled him to deduce his conclusions from his premises with logical precision.

The final object of physiology is to deduce the facts of morphology, on the one hand, and those of distribution on the other, from the laws of the molecular forces of matter.

And thence deduce the rights of modern husbands.

Essay 3rd treats of sketching from nature from whence are deduced the following Rules.

Deduction is as much a necessary part of philosophy as induction: it is the peculiarity of the Scotch metaphysicians, who have ever deduced truths from those previously established.

We might stop here for a considerable time, and deduce many valuable lessons from the remarks that have been made, but that such a circumstance might be considered as a digression.

These we shall submit to the perusal of the reader, and shall deduce from them such inferences only, as almost every person must make in his own mind, on their recital.

I profess myself a native of some spot near Cavendish Square, deducing my remoter origin from Italy.

My boast is not that I deduce my birth From loins enthroned and rulers of the earth; But higher far my proud pretensions rise The son of parents passed into the skies!

Indeed, as the object proposed was no other than to prove the main part of my assertions, and I trust this is satisfactorily done, I have not deemed it necessary to include in the above calculation a greater number of minute circumstances, nor attempt to deduce more favorable results, which, with the scope before me, I was most assuredly warranted in doing.

She remembered that people deduced many things from that improvised sash-line, chief among these deductions being that the murderer was a sailorso wonderful, so complicated, so numerous were the knots which secured that window-frame.

From the uncertainty of knowledge derived through the senses, he deduced the twofold system of true and apparent knowledge.

Tabataba deduced his pedigree from Ali Ben Abou Taleb, and Fatima, the daughter of Mohammed.

Some, taking the view that the equivalent of the word exists in Coptic, under the form of Nuti, and because Coptic is an ancient Egyptian dialect, have sought to deduce its meaning by seeking in that language for the root from which the word may be derived.

He deduced the existence of God from the order and harmony of Nature, belief in which was irresistible.

How strange, that men at the North, who think soundly on other subjects, should deduce the feasibility of gradual emancipation in the slave statesin some of which the slaves outnumber the freefrom the fact of the like emancipation of the comparative handful of slaves in New York and Pennsylvania!

He unites the central idea of the practical philosophy, the freedom and autonomous legislation of the will, with the leading principle of the theoretical philosophy, the spontaneity of the understanding, under the original synthesis of the pure ego, in order to deduce from the activity of the ego not only the a priori forms of knowledge, but also, rejecting the thing in itself, the whole content of empirical consciousness.

A so-called practical philosopher, on the other hand, is one who, contrarily, deduces his action from ideas.

We may now deduce those general maxims concerning subordination, and liberty, which we mentioned to have been essentially connected with the subject, and which some, from speculation only, and without any allusion to facts, have been bold enough to deny.

The intellect can only deduce consequences from facts which it is able to state, and consequently cannot deduce any assurance from facts of whose existence it cannot yet have any knowledge through the medium of the outward senses; but for the same reason it can realize the existence of a Law by which the as yet unmanifested circumstances may be brought into manifestation.

Moreover we also deduce the virtue of potency from the stock whence a man is descended: if this be noble on the father's side, it becomes also by transmission noble with his offspring.

Mr. Oxlee proves ten trillions of trillions in the Deity, in order to deduce 'a fortiori' the rationality of three: the Unitarian from the Three pretends to deduce the equal rationality of as many thousands.

Few materials are available from which the historical novelist can deduce an accurate notion of the relative situation of women in early times.

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