Hence the inferential particle ουν in the 31st verse; and the use in ver.
And that which is experienced ceases, the moment it is experienced, to be inferential.
This inferential particle is found with unusual frequency in St. John's Gospel.
The only evidence, however, we can get at is indirect and inferential.
It must be understood that the knowledge of primitive man, as we are about to outline it, is inferential.
The realization of his hopes was more accidental than inferential.
And with this is coupled the inferential statement that they are not to be spared bodily death, because they are to be raised up.
The work of deduction is the interpretation of these formulas, and therefore, strictly speaking, is not inferential at all.
Now is that right, consequential—that is, inferential; logically deduced, going straight to the end—manly?
All the inferential systems that now command our attention were subjects of contemplation to the ancients.