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1906. Excerpt: ... APPENDIX PRACTICAL EXERCISES AND QUESTIONS
CONCEPTS, NAMES, TERMS 1. Explain the following distinctions:
simple, complex, universal, singular, collective, concrete,
abstract, positive, negative, absolute, relative. 2. In the
following, which concepts are universal, which are singular, and
which are collective? man, army, stone, science, congress, Edward
VII, charity, union, Venus, the Pope, courage, the year 1905. 3.
State whether the following concepts in the instances given are
concrete or abstract: quality, mercy, justice, meekness, truth,
righteousness, blue, humanity, nation, nationality, equality. (1)
The quality of mercy is not strained. (2) Mercy rejoiceth against
judgment. (3) Meekness is a virtue in a strong man. (4) Truth
crushed to earth shall rise again. (5) Righteousness exalteth a
nation. (6) The sky is blue. (7) Humanity is destined to finer
development. (8) He is of Greek nationality. 4. Give the logical
characteristics of the following (by logical characteristics are
meant the distinctions, complex, simple, universal, singular,
collective, etc.): --man charity parliament conscience sweetness
king wood Pole father virtue the sun genius peer feeling army
happiness million John Smith 5. How do you explain extension,
intension, connotation, and denotation of a name or concept? 6.
Arrange the following with reference to extension and intension,
placing them in the order of diminishing extension: man, animal,
ruler, living being, emperor, king of England, quadruped, horse,
racing horse, body, star, Sirius, heavenly body. 7. Explain
division, classification, and definition, and the relation between
division and definition. 8. Divide the following, carrying the
division three steps in each instance: trees, books, buildings,
government, sciences, ..
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