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### Definition of Quantifications

**1.** quantification [n] - See also: quantification

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### Literary usage of Quantifications

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**1.** *Mental Physiology: Especially in Its Relations to Mental Disorders* by Theophilus Bulkeley Hyslop (1895)

"... Scheme of the Four R's—Specific **quantifications** of Motion— Negative Value of
Physical Formulae—The Doctrine of "Invariable Concomitance. ..."**2.** *Lectures on Metaphysics and Logic* by William Hamilton (1860)

"The result was the opinion, that these two **quantifications** should be taken into
account by Logic, as authentic forms, but then relegated, as of little use ..."**3.** *Formal Logic: Or, The Calculus of Inference, Necessary and Probable* by Augustus De Morgan (1847)

"... two **quantifications** mould be taken into ' account by Logic, as authentic forms,
but then relegated, as of little ' ufe in practice, and cumbering the ..."**4.** *The Development of Symbolic Logic: A Critical-historical Study of the* by Arthur Thomas Shearman (1906)

"... manipulation of propositions with single **quantifications** may also be utilised
in the case of double and multiple **quantifications** ; (2) to the view that, ..."**5.** *The Development of Symbolic Logic: A Critical-historical Study of the* by Arthur Thomas Shearman (1906)

"... are utilised for the manipulation of propositions with single **quantifications**
may also be utilised in the case of double and multiple **quantifications**; ..."**6.** *A Letter to Augustus De Morgan, Esq. ... on His # to an Independent Re* by William Hamilton (1847)

"1°, Such **quantifications** were of no value or application in the one whole (the
universal, potential, logical), or, as I would amplify it, ..."**7.** *Transactions of the Cambridge Philosophical Society* by Cambridge Philosophical Society (1871)

"Thus the condition that the sum of the **quantifications** of the middle term in both
premises together shall exceed its total **quantifications**, ..."