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Titles of Chapters. Rudiments.
Consideranda
Subjects of Posology
1. Objects the object
quantities themselves.
2. Relations—of the quantities
one to another.
Universally applicable
Relations of quantity
to quantity
1. Greatness
2. Lesserness
<3>. Equality
For expositive of greaterness
and lesserness employ
goodness and badness
Magnitudes as
employed by Euclid
are quantities considered
in relation to figures
configurated quantities
Ch. Magnitude
Magnitudes are
1. in analytic order
1. Solids
2. Surfaces.
3 Lines
4. Points
II. in synthetic order
1. Points
2. Lines
3. Surfaces
4. Solids
Ch. of solids—their
dimensions their limits or bound Solids
regular and irregular
See surfaces, and Lines
Angles—their relation
to surfaces and lines
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Subject of Posology
[+] Quantities in question
i.e. entities,
real and fictitious,
susceptible of quantity.
1. Bodies
2. Spaces
3. Times
4. Events
Events are
1. Motions
2. Roots
Events are
1. Roots employed in
Music.
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10 July 1820
Consideranda in the
field of Posology
1. Quantities.
2. Relations between things of 1. Magnitude. 2. Portion.
3. Results of these Operations.
<p>4. Conditions by which the view the operations
viz. consideration.
2. Qualities are
1. Integral viz. substances.
5 of the Contrivance by which the Operation
Quantities are — was correlateby
1. Integral viz. 1. Bodies Substances.
2. Species 3. Motions likeness.
1
II. Elementary viz. 1. Surface
2. limit.
Elementary peculiar to Bodies
Substance
Quantities viz. Integral & Elementary
viz. Quantities the origin
1. Natural. 2. Fictitious.
III. Operations.
1. Ultimate: viz. Diminutive
viz. of the Relations: correspondent
are the Results
2. Mediate or Preparatory, or
instrumentary.
Generally applicable
1. Definition or Exposition
including Euclid Axioms.
2. Assumptions Euclids postulates.
3 Prepar particularly or
individually applicable
Preparations Operations
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Ch. Means, Instruments,
causes, sources
Foundations of knowledge
on the subject
of quantity—
N.B. as on any other
subject.
1. Experience.
2. Observation.
3. Experiment.
Their agreements and
differences
Sums employed on those
several operations
Ch. Operations by
means of which our
knowledge of the subject
of quantity is
obtained0
1. Denomination
2. Definition or
Exposition methodology
Definition
3. Assumption
(Axioms).
4. Postulation.
Ch. 1. Of Denomination
Principle in regard to
denomination
1. Aids to conception
and retention in regard
to Denomination.
1. As to the objects individually
considered
2. As to the groups of
objects considered in relation
to each other one another —
analogy.
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Posology Order
Ch. Exposition—Modes
applicable to quantity
1. Dif
and in particular to
figured quantity.
1. Exemplification—indication
1. Definition of
examples
2. Definition. viz of
the manner of the transfer
of Alogamorphracy. See
3. Origination 1. Books
indication of the
origin of the mode
in which the operation
by which the source from which the conception
has been obtained.
This source is either.
1. Analytic Operation Means
concerned Observation
2. Synthetic—Obs
Efficient operation
by Experiment.
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