Not all conceptions of induction rely on a uniformity principle. The Socratic, Aristotelian and Baconian didn’t.
During the Renaissance, an older understanding of induction, one prevalent in antiquity, was rediscovered and adopted.
In this lecture, I will trace how Americans have conceptualized rights since the nation’s founding until today.
A proper defense of gay marriage requires distinguishing the natural right to marry and the civil right to a civil marriage.