Consilience

Con*sil"i*ence

(?), n. [con- + salire to leap.] Act of concurring; coincidence; concurrence.
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The consilience of inductions takes place when one class of facts coincides with an induction obtained from another different class.
Whewell.
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Con`si*mil"i*tude

(?),

Con`si*mil"i*ty

(?) }, n. [Cf. F. consimilitude. See Similitude.] Common resemblance. [Obs.] Aubrey.
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