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An examination of G. K. Gilbert’s methodological works leaves some doubt as to the role he meant to assign to analogies in the quest for geological knowledge. The drawing of analogies can have only limited utility in a historical discipline, such as geology, in which it is supposed that each phenomenon encountered is assignable, at least in principle, to a kind of phenomenon identified by an extant physical theory.

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