David Corfield
The Principles of History

Modern logicians are in a conspiracy to pretend that a scientist’s business is to ‘make judgments’, or ‘assert propositions’, or ‘apprehend facts’, and also to ‘assert’ or ‘apprehend’ the relations between them; suggesting that they have no experience of scientific thinking, and wish to palm off, as an account of scientific thinking, an account of their own haphazard, unsystematic, unscientific consciousness. (p. 29)

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