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" ... inasmuch as it will make it inevitably necessary to separate the moral axioms and assumptions on which the theories rest, from all other matter which may tend to obscure or confound them. It will also separate entirely the two parts of the subject... "
Transactions of the Cambridge Philosophical Society - الصفحة 194
بواسطة Cambridge Philosophical Society - 1830
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John Stuart Mill: Critical Assessments, المجلد 1

John Cunningham Wood - 1991 - عدد الصفحات: 656
...separate entirely the two parts of the subject which it is of immense importance to keep separate; — the business of proving these assumptions, and that...done in a few pages by clothing them in mathematical formulae.46 Whewell then proceeded to consider an imaginary non- mathematical mechanics discerning...
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Early Mathematical Economics: William Whewell and the British Case

James P. Henderson - 1996 - عدد الصفحات: 327
...logical errors. In his 1829 mathematical economics paper, he emphasized the importance of separating "the business of proving these assumptions, and that of deducing their conclusions." He warned that Ricardian deduction was prone to three types of error — wrong assumptions, faulty...
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