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Exercise 23 Philosophy 102 (Maher) Spring 2009 1. What cause is suggested by the information presented in the following tables? Which method is used? (a) Condition Occurrence A B C D E Phenomenon 1 * - * * * * 2 * * * * - * 3 * - * * * * 4 * * - * * * 5 - * * * - * (b) Condition Occurrence A B C D E Phenomenon 1 * * * * * * 2 * - * * * - (c) Condition Occurrence A B C D E F Phenomenon 1 * - - * - - - 2 - * * * - - * 3 * - * * * - * 4 - * - - - * - 5 * - - - * - - 6 * * * - * - * (d) Condition Occurrence A B C D E F G H Phenomenon 1 - * - * * - - * - 2 * * - * * - - * * (e) Condition Occurrence A B C D E F G H Phenomenon 1 - * * * * * - - * 2 - - - - * * - * * 3 - - - - - - - * - 4 * * * - * - * - * 5 * * * * - * * - - 1
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2. Which of Mill’s methods is being used in the following inferences? (a) Sir David Brewster (1781–1868) took impressions of mother of pearl in wax. Although wax and mother of pearl are entirely different substances, he found that the wax showed the same colors as the mother of pearl. He concluded that the colors seen on mother of pearl are caused by the form of the surface, not the nature of the material. (b) At any time there is high tide at two places on earth: one where the moon is directly overhead and the other on the opposite side of the earth. Furthermore, high tide is higher when the moon is closer to the earth and lower when the moon is further away. From
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