MS 457-460 (1903) - Lowell Lecture III - 1st Draught

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C.S.P.'s Lowell Lectures of 1903. 1st Draught of 3rd Lecture Begin 1903 Oct 2. 10:30 A.M. Time Lost by

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Ladies and Gentlemen:

I explained at the end of the last lecture how to ascertain speedily and certainly whether a graph is absurd or not after the junctures are got rid of. I now give the rule for getting rid of the junctures. Let me repeat that I think there are probably better rules than that which I give; but it is the duty of my students to find these out. My rule, until I learn of a better one is as follows: [??} of a reasoning Perhaps I shall do well to explain set forth to you the line of my thought by which my rule, such as it is, has been derived; because it is comparatively simple, and will give you some rough idea of the kind of reasoning required in establishing a system of logic.

I begin by asking myself, How is it that I need any such rule? The first answer

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