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Appendix VII. Examples From Chapter 8, Section 7

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Chapter Summary

This appendix presents 11 examples from chapter 8, section 7. Example 1 says (Ia) If hypotheses (A) should be relevant to the consequent (B), then astronomical hypotheses (A) should be relevant to the structure of the universe (B). (II) Hypotheses should be relevant to the consequent; therefore, (III) Astronomical hypotheses should be relevant to the structure of the universe. Example 11 is on Mercury and Venus and their arrangements and orbits.

Keywords: astronomical hypotheses; Mercury; Venus



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