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When it is impossible to stretch the very elastic threads of historical ratiocination any farther, when actions are clearly contrary to all that humanity calls right or even just, the historians produce a saving conception of "greatness.
Found in a Bottle," "A Descent Into a Maelstrom" and "The Balloon Hoax"; such tales of conscience as "William Wilson," "The Black Cat" and "The Tell-tale Heart," wherein the retributions of remorse are portrayed with an awful fidelity; such tales of natural beauty as "The Island of the Fay" and "The Domain of Arnheim"; such marvellous studies in ratiocination as the "Gold-bug," "The Murders in the Rue Morgue," "The Purloined Letter" and "The Mystery of Marie Roget," the latter, a recital of fact, demonstrating the author's wonderful capability of correctly analyzing the mysteries of the human mind; such tales of illusion and banter as "The Premature Burial" and "The System of Dr.
We know that for logicians (formerly at any rate) the concept is the simple and primitive element; next comes the judgment, uniting two or several concepts; then ratiocination, combining two or several judgments.
Far from the philosophical ratiocinations that inevitably come to each reader, we have to note and pay special attention to the human behaviour interpretation in particular situations.
Here, we make the following ratiocinations become concise, and then let the attribute a(a [member of] A) be Boolean, where each attribute is regarded as an item, i.
all sorts of wild rumors are in circulation, but I am inclined to await events rather than to trust in the ratiocinations of journalists who mutually excite and outbid each other in the bewildering competition of immediate inspiration.
That syllabus emphasized the examination of the basic properties of any given material, most often paper, prior to making "art," a methodology taken to heart by Rockburne as well as by many artists of her generation, as manifest in the pre-executive ratiocinations fundamental to Minimalism itself.
In most of the rhetorical situations, logical argumentation to prove a thesis is enough: enthymemes, epicheiremes and ratiocinations.
As many decent and freedom-loving people celebrate everywhere in the world the long-awaited popular uprisings against tyranny in Tunisia and Egypt, there are some though, within certain influential Western political circles and media elites, who seem unhappy at the prospect of a democratic Tunisia, and above all, Egypt; hence, the baseless ratiocinations of Allan Dershowitz, Charles Krauthammer, Zuckerman et al.
As many decent and freedom-loving people celebrate everywhere in the world the long-awaited popular uprisings against tyranny in Tunisia and Egypt, there are some though, within certain influential Western political circles and media elites, who seem quite unhappy at the prospect of a democratic Tunisia, and above all, Egypt; hence, the baseless ratiocinations of Allan Dershowitz, Charles Krauthammer, Zuckerman et al.