By J. S Mill

INTRODUCTION.§ 1. Thkre is as nice variety between authors within the modes which they've got followed of defining common sense, :is of their remedy of the main points of it, this can be important could obviously be anticipated on any topic on which writers have availed themselves of an identical language as a way of supplying various principles. Ethics and jurisprudence are susceptible to the comment in universal with good judgment. virtually each author having taken a differeut view oi sonic of the details which those brandies of data tend to be understood to incorporate; each one has so framed his definition as to point previously his personal odd tenets, and occasionally to beg the query of their favor.This variety isn't really rather a lot an evil to be complained of, as an inevitable and in a point a formal results of the imperfect nation of these sciences. it isn't to be anticipated that there may be contract concerning the definition of any tiling, till there's contract concerning the factor itself, To outline, is to choose froTable of Contents C zero NT; ENTS,; creation; PaOE; H A definition, at tbe graduation of a sub-; ject has to be provisional IT; 2 Is good judgment the artwork upload scieace ofreasoulus? 17 S Or tbe paintings and fideccc of Che pursaic of truth?, 18; four I'fEK II 0/Xavien; il Is'nmus are names of items, now not of oorideas 29 2 phrases which arc now not names, yet components of; unmcs 30; eight Genera

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The extant materials, however, fall into three fairly distinct parts. Two of these, constituting the first 100 folios, are made up of treatises similar to those in MS 27. The third part consists of jottings or memoranda on motion that are obviously related to the De motu materials contained in MS 71, and whose discussion, on that account, is best postponed to our consideration ofthat manuscript. The two parts or sets of treatises that take up the first hundred folios of MS 46 pertain to portions of a course in natural philosophy that deal with Aristotle's De caelo and De generatione respectively.

This, then, is the answer to the question posed in the title to the 14 INTRODUCTION preceding section, namely, whether Galileo's sources were manuscripts or printed works. His primary sources were handwritten, although portions of them may have incorporated materials that had already found their way into print. When we take the manuscript evidence into account, therefore, we need not subscribe to the chronology proposed by Carugo and Crombie, while we can still account for many of the scholastic influences to which they call attention and which are manifest in Galileo's later writings.

He showed copies of this to various mathematicians, and during a visit to Rome in that year left some of its propositions with Christopher Clavius, the mathematician of the Collegio. Fortunately portions of an exchange of correspondence between Clavius and Galileo on the treatise have been preserved, and these show that Clavius had reservations about the logic of one of the proofs offered in it by Galileo, 38 INTRODUCTION since he suspected it involved a petitio principii [GG 10: 24-25, 29-30].

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