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  • It falls short, on the other hand, in quality of the dictates of what Kant called the Categorical Imperative that rules the private and individual conscience, but that alone, an Imperative which therefore gives insufficient guidance for ordinary and daily social life.

    Introduction to the Science of Sociology

  • 'Categorical' properly means 'predicable' and 'hypothetical' is a mere synonym for

    Deductive Logic

  • Your moniker is "Categorical," and you want your teaching outcomes to be, well, categorical?

    Wired Campus

  • Your moniker is "Categorical," and you want your teaching outcomes to be, well, categorical?

    Wired Campus

  • Your moniker is "Categorical," and you want your teaching outcomes to be, well, categorical?

    Wired Campus

  • It is called the Categorical Syllogism, and was described by Aristotle (

    GINA COBB

  • It is called the Categorical Syllogism, and was described by Aristotle (

    GINA COBB

  • It is called the Categorical Syllogism, and was described by Aristotle (

    GINA COBB

  • It is called the Categorical Syllogism, and was described by Aristotle (

    GINA COBB

  • It is called the Categorical Syllogism, and was described by Aristotle (

    GINA COBB

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