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Ian T. Ker (ed.)
John Henry Newman: An Essay in Aid of a Grammar of Assent
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An Essay in Aid of A Grammar of Assent
Part I Assent and apprehension
Chapter I Modes of holding and apprehending Propositions
Chapter II Assent Considered as Apprehensive
Chapter III The Apprehension of Propositions
Chapter IV Notional and Real Assent
Chapter V Apprehension and assent in the matter of religion
Part II Assent and inference
Chapter VI Assent considered as unconditional
Chapter VII Certitude
Chapter VIII Inference
Chapter IX The Illative Sense
Chapter X Inference and assent in the matter of religion
Note I On Hooker and Chillingworth, vid. supr. 226.
Note II On the alternative intellectually between Atheism and Catholicity, vid. supr. , &c.
Note III On the punishment of the wicked having no termination, vid. supr. 422.
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