An Introductory Logic

New York: the Macmillan Company (1898)

INTRODUCTION CHAPTER I THE STANDPOINT AND PROBLEM OF LOGIC § i. Definition of the Subject. — Logic may be defined as the science of thought, ...
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Call number BC108.C87 1932
ISBN(s) 1143901029   9781402199639   1402115059   1164574426   1402199635   1148495045   1171682603   116479406X   1171674368  
DOI 10.2307/2176179
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