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[86] These four schemes or forms of action which I then called general bases fall into two classes as I have [p. 455] shown,1 namely, the rational and the legal. The rational is the simpler, as it involves nothing more than the consideration of the nature of things. In this connection, therefore, a mere mention of conjeclure, definition and quality will suffice.

1 ยง 67, and III. v. 4.

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