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KBW B00K8. 263 this case) withdraw them from the purview of soience. Hence science teems in such cases to defeat its own purpose. Its aim is to elicit as much novelty as possible, to provide for study as much and as good material as it can. But by prematurely insisting on the connexion of the new with the old, it checks discovery. Hence a distinction would seem to be suggested between the methods appropriate to discovery and those by which, after discovery, the systematic validity of the newdoi:10.1093/mind/xi.1.263 fatcat:gkztmhyibnbmth7ku2ztuyr5b4