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When did the virtue disappear? Was it after men began to be less credulous? By the way, Demosthenes, who lived nearly three hundred years ago, used to say even then that the Pythian priestess 'philippized,' in other words, that she was Philip's ally. He meant to infer by this expression that Philip had bribed her. Hence, we may conclude that in other instances the Delphic oracles were not entirely free of guile. But, for some inexplicable cause, those superstitious and half-cracked philosophers of yours would rather appear absurd than anything else in the world.
Bouleau Philosophies des mathématiques et de la modélisation, L’Harmattan 1999, p 42 et seq. 4. Ibid. §236. Here, Cournot thinks beyond all theories of simplicity. Today, there are many such theories. Popper proposed one linked to the idea that the more simple the theory, the easier to refute it. (The Logic of Scientific Discovery, 1959, Chap. VII). The mathematician George Birkhoff, famous for a profound ergodic theory, imagined another in order to construct a theory of art, the measure of aesthetic M of one work being equal to the ratio O/C where O is “the order” present in the work and C represents its complexity.
Cournot is somewhat less positivist; since he was only trying to fully understand one thing, that our propensity to recognize structures leads us to greater understanding. So Cournot attributes a key role to these philosophical probabilities. ] and this superior faculty is that which grasps things, pursuing reason, order, law, unity and harmony. 13 He vigorously discounts all idea of non-transitory relativism and all idea of pluralism: 12. , 1923, p. 56: «They may at first obtain different results, but, as each perfects his method and his processes, the results will move steadily together toward a destined center.