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  • All are indemonstrable and cannot be less sure than the body of doctrine that flows from them.
  • Such immediate or indemonstrable judgments, it is said, abound in our experience.
  • He is inclined, therefore, to regard as the function of metaphysics the complete statement of these ultimate, indemonstrable notions, and therefore the determination of the limits to knowledge by their means.
 
 

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