METHOD OF AGREEMENT AND DIFFERENCE

one of the first five canons of empirical science, the third to be specific which were first proposed by British philosopher John Stuart Mill (1806 - 1873) which enables the discovery of necessary and sufficient conditions for a phenomenon to actually occur.

METHOD OF AGREEMENT AND DIFFERENCE: "The method of agreement and difference was one of the first five empirical canons of science which John Stuart Mill established."
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