Definition of Mill's Methods in English:

Mill's Methods

noun

Philosophy
  • Treated as plural. The principles or canons of inductive inquiry for discovering and establishing the validity of causal relations between phenomena, as distinguished by Mill.

Origin

Late 19th century; earliest use found in Mind. From the genitive of the name of John Stuart Mill + the plural of method.

Pronunciation

Mill's Methods

/ˌmɪlz ˈmɛθədz/