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

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individuals, in this sense, that when I say 'All crows are black', I may be understood to mean 'Select any crow you like and that crow is black.' (or if)

But how can a law which is essentially general, which must relate to more than experience ever can cover or it is not a general rule at all, how can this be the subject of a proposition?

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The difficulty lies in the nature of a dicisign.

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