Hume on Deduction

Philosophy Research Archives 13:351-365 (1987)
In this paper, the author discusses the feasibility of constructing a Humean model of the psychological realities of categorical propositions and syllogistic deduction by employing only Hume’s kinds of “ideas” and kinds of mental operations on ideas which Hume explicitly or implicitly postulated in his theory of discursive thinking
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DOI 10.5840/pra1987/19881312
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