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In all reasoning there is a more or less conscious reference to a general method


There are no false feelings
No judgment can judge itself to be true
No reasoning can conclude that it is itself sound
In all reasoning therefore
there is a more or less conscious reference
to a general method

Peirce in Feibleman 1969 82

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