Consecution [noun]

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He detected grammatical niceties in Latin, in regard to the consecution of tenses which had escaped preceding critics.

Sometimes it is in a natural but rhythmic consecution of ideas.

Experience, as they use the term, consists in sensations and their association,—consecution as Leibniz calls it.

Is the historic unity of creation a unity of Thought, an ideal consecution?

Its content is sensations; its form is contingent and particular consecution.

There was a consecution nothing less than marvellous in the work of the philosophers from Kant to Hegel.

The consecution, moreover, runs in terms of persistence of quantity or of force.