According to Carneades, an impression may be probable in itself; probable and uncontradicted (direpivlraaTos, lit.
"not pulled aside," not distracted by synchronous sensations, but shown to be in harmony with them) when compared with others; probable, uncontradicted, and thoroughly investigated and confirmed.
It rested these in turn upon a general induction enumerative in character of enormous and practically infinite range and always uncontradicted.
38, uncontradicted by anything in the sequel, a broad hint that Paul never saw his Ephesian friends again, the natural view is open that the sequel to the two years' preaching was too well known to call for explicit record.
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