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By Loretta Chase

The inheritor to the Earl of Hargate, Benedict Carsington, Viscount Rathbourne, is the ideal aristocrat. Tall, darkish, and good-looking, he's recognized for his impeccable manners and strong breeding. Benedict is familiar with the entire ideas and has no hassle following them—until she enters his existence.

Bathsheba Wingate belongs to the rotten department of the DeLucey family members: a infamous lot of liars, frauds, and swindlers. Small ask yourself her husband's high-born kinfolk disowned him. Now widowed, she's decided to provide her daughter a good lifestyles and a formal upbringing. not anything and nobody will disrupt Bathsheba's plans—until he enters her life...

Then Bathsheba's hoyden daughter lures Benedict's precocious nephew right into a quest for a mythical treasure. To get well the would-be knights errant, Benedict and Bathsheba needs to embark on a rescue venture that places them in risky, intimate proximity. It's a state of affairs almost absolute to result in mayhem—even scandal!—if someone else have been concerned. yet Benedict is in excellent keep an eye on of occasions. excellent keep watch over, regardless of his mad wish to holiday all of the principles. ideal regulate. rather.

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Donde hay humo hay fuego. Así es esto. ) Por lo tanto, así. ) Cuando los lógicos indios ven en el tercer miembro una premisa universal, el cuarto es interpretado como miembro de un proceso deductivo: es la aplicación, al caso particular de la colina, de lo afirmado para el caso general en el tercer miembro. De ahí que algunos, actualmente, llamen a este miembro «raciocinio» o simplemente «deducción». Y a partir del tercer miembro considerado premisa universal tendríamos: Donde hay humo hay fuego; en la colina hay humo; por lo tanto en la colina hay fuego.

Y así, sucesivamente, dado el ejemplo, «como en una cocina», preguntar: «¿El hecho de que en la cocina haya humo y fuego significa que siempre se dan juntos el humo y el fuego? ». Obtenida la conclusión, «en la colina hay fuego», no cabe ya pregunta alguna; pero sí cabe la declaración de que todas las dudas han sido eliminadas, así como en nuestras demostraciones occidentales hacemos seguir a la conclusión un quod erat demonstrandum. En la lógica jaina y en la brahmánica el sentido de esos miembros laterales, aunque su presentación y complicación varíe, es el mismo: ir corrigiendo, rectificando, precisando, distinguiendo cada uno de los miembros del proceso.

El mismo procedimiento demostrativo en que concurrían todos los medios de conocimiento nada significaba si no determinaba, en aquel a quien iba dirigido, esta consideración «en la colina hay humo y el humo está en concomitancia invariable con el fuego». Sólo entonces la conclusión es conocimiento. Lo que en otros se desea provocar, con el procedimiento silogístico, es el reconocimiento de la concomitancia invariable, forzosa, entre dos términos. Uno de esos términos es llamado razón del otro porque este otro no puede darse sin él.

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