Cambridge University Press (1980)
|Abstract||Aristotle was the first and one of the greatest logicians. He not only devised the first system of formal logic, but also raised many fundamental problems in the philosophy of logic. In this book, Dr Lear shows how Aristotle's discussion of logical consequence, validity and proof can contribute to contemporary dabates in the philosophy of logic. No background knowledge of Aristotle is assumed.|
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|Call number||B491.L8.L38 1980|
|ISBN(s)||0521311780 0521230314 9780521311786|
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