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NEW BOOKS. 469 76) the position is taken up that in each case one of the opposed positions of Hamilton's (and of Kant's) antinomies with respect to the infinite of space and time, is really self-contradictory, and the other adequately conceivable ; and suggestion* of the true doctrine of the qualitative nature of the conception of the infinite are found in Kant, and stall more in Mill and Clifford. The short penultimate chapter (v., pp. 77-89) on " The Conceivable and the Existent" is intendeddoi:10.1093/mind/os-12.47.469-b fatcat:cqlhtpnrjfa43a5dlxg3brxtwm