Definition of Analogies

1. Noun. (plural of analogy) ¹



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Definition of Analogies

1. analogy [n] - See also: analogy

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Literary usage of Analogies

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1. The Collected Works of Sir Humphry Davy by Humphry Davy, John Davy (1840)
"IN a work published in 1812 (Elements of Chemical Philosophy), I have pointed out some of the analogies between the substances considered in the present ..."

2. Critique of Pure Reason by Immanuel Kant, John Miller Dow Meiklejohn (1899)
"The general principle of all three analogies rests on the necessary unity of apperception in relation to all possible empirical consciousness (perception) ..."

3. Comparative Politics: Six Lectures Read Before the Royal Institution in by Edward Augustus Freeman (1896)
"In this last lecture I purpose to seek for some other analogies in points which come under the general head of politics in the wide sense, but which do not ..."

4. The Roman Poets of the Augustan Age: Virgil by William Young Sellar (1897)
"On the other hand, it is to be noticed how sparingly Virgil uses one of the grandest resources in the repertory of Lucretius,— that of imaginative analogies ..."

5. Algebra: An Elementary Text-book for the Higher Classes of Secondary Schools by George Chrystal (1889)
"... We have GEOMETRICAL analogies CHAP. Hence, if we put 1 + <>-2«/" = 2-22, so that s = 0 corresponds to n = oo , then we have L (cosh-V = »=«A - / Now, ..."

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