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      Kant's Introduction
      to Logic
      And His Essay on the Mistaken
      Subtilty of the Four Figures
      by
      Immanuel Kant


      Lectures on
      the Philosophy
      of Mathematics
      by
      James Byrnie Shaw

      Logicby
      Emmanuel Kant

      Logic, in
      Three Books
      Of Thought, of Investigation,
      and of Knowledge
      by
      Hermann Lotze


      The Art of
      Logical Thinking
      Or the Laws of Reasoningby
      William Walker Atkinson


      Mysticism
      and Logic
      And Other Essaysby
      Bertrand Russell


      The
      Principles of
      Mathematics
      by
      Bertrand Russell


      Vol. 1
      The Art of
      Reasoning
      A Popular Exposition of
      the Principles of Logic
      by
      Samuel Neil


      LogicAn Introductory Manual for
      the Use of University Students
      by
      F. Ryland


      Logic, or the
      Art of Thinking
      Being the Port-Royal Logicby
      Antoine Arnauld


      An Essay on the
      Foundations
      of Geometry
      by
      Bertrand A. W. Russell

      An
      Introduction
      to Logic
      by
      William Henry Stanley Monck

      Inductive
      Logic
      by
      John Grier Hibben

      Elements of
      Deductive
      Logic
      by
      Noah Knowles Davis

      The Logic
      of Chance
      An Essay on the Foundations and Province of the Theory of
      Probability, With Especial Reference to Its Logical Bearings and
      Its Application to Moral and Social Science, and to Statistics
      by
      John Venn


      Principles
      of Logic
      by
      George Hayward Joyce

      The
      Problems of
      Philosophy
      by
      Bertrand Russell

      Our Knowledge
      of the External
      World as a Field for
      Scientific Method
      in Philosophy
      by
      Bertrand Russell

      The Organon, or
      Logical Treatises,
      of Aristotle
      With the Introduction of Porphyryby
      Aristotle



      Vol. 1 of 2
      Novum
      Organum
      by
      Francis Bacon

      The Organisation
      of Thought
      Educational and Scientificby
      A. N. Whitehead


      The Mathematical
      Analysis of Logic
      Being an Essay Towards a
      Calculus of Deductive Reasoning
      by
      George Boole


      Logicby
      William Ernest Johnson


      Vol. 3
      The Foundations
      of Mathematics
      A Contribution to the
      Philosophy of Geometry
      by
      Paul Carus


      Logicby
      W. E. Johnson M. A.


      Vol. 1
      An Introductory
      Text-Book
      of Logic
      by
      Sydney Herbert Mellone

      Introduction to
      Mathematical
      Philosophy
      by
      Bertrand Russell

      Logicby
      Richard Whately

      FallaciesA View of Logic From
      the Practical Side
      by
      Alfred Sidgwick


      Mind, 1918A Quarterly Review of
      Psychology and Philosophy
      by
      G. F. Stout



      Vol. 27
      Mathematicsby
      Cassius Jackson Keyser

      LogicLogical Methodsby
      Christoph Sigwart



      Vol. 2
      A History
      of Formal
      Logic
      by
      Józef Maria Bocheński

      Exercises
      in Logic
      by
      Frederic C. Bartlett

      Implication
      and Linear
      Inference
      by
      Bernard Bosanquet

      A Short
      History
      of Logic
      by
      Robert Adamson

      Logicby
      Alexander Bain


      Vol. 2
      Notebooks1914-1916by
      Ludwig Wittgenstein


      Logic or the Right
      Use of Reason in the
      Inquiry After Truth
      With a Variety of Rules to Guard Against
      Error in the Affairs of Religion and
      Human Life, as Well as in the Sciences
      by
      Isaac Watts


      The Principles
      of Logic, for
      High Schools
      by
      A. Schuyler LL

      The Development
      of Symbolic Logic
      A Critical-Historical Study
      of the Logical Calculus
      by
      A. T. Shearman


      The Organon, or
      Logical Treatises,
      of Aristotle
      With the Introduction of Porphyry;
      Literally Translated, With Notes, Syllogistic
      Examples, Analysis, and Introduction
      by
      Aristotle



      Vol. 2 of 2
      Elements of
      Philosophy
      Comprising Logic and Ontology,
      or General Metaphysics
      by
      W. H. Hill


      LogicIn Three Books of Thought, of
      Investigation and of Knowledge
      by
      Hermann Lotze



      Vol. 1 of 3
      The Principles
      of Science
      A Treatise on Logic
      and Scientific Method
      by
      William Stanley Jevons


      Aristotleby
      George Grote


      Vol. 1 of 2
      Elementary
      Logic
      by
      Alfred Sidgwick

      Symbolic
      Logic
      by
      John Venn

      Elements of the
      Philosophy of
      the Human Mind
      by
      Dugald Stewart


      Vol. 1
      Introduction
      to Semantics
      by
      Adam Schaff

      The Laws of
      Thought or
      Formal Logic
      A Brief Comprehensive Treatise on the
      Laws and Methods of Correct Thinking
      by
      William Poland


      Scientific
      Method
      Its Philosophy and Its Practiceby
      Frederic William Westaway


      A Treatise
      on
      Probability
      by
      John Maynard Keynes

      The Process
      of Argument
      A Contribution to Logicby
      Alfred Sidgwick


      The
      Concept of
      Consciousness
      by
      Edwin B. Holt

      Inductive
      Logic
      by
      William G. Ballantine

      A Manual
      of Logic
      by
      James Welton

      An Investigation of the
      Laws of Thought, on
      Which Are Founded the
      Mathematical Theories of
      Logic and Probabilities
      by
      George Boole

      LogicDemonstrative Inference;
      Deductive and Inductive
      by
      William Ernest Johnson



      Vol. 2
      EuclidHis Life and Systemby
      Thomas Smith


      Posterior
      Analytics
      by
      Aristotle

      An Essay
      Concerning Human
      Understanding
      With the Notes and Illus of the Author,
      and an Analysis of His Doctrine of
      Ideas; Also, Questions on Locke's Essay
      by
      John Locke


      Logic as the Science
      of the Pure Concept
      Translated From the
      Italian of Benedetto Croce
      by
      Douglas Ainslie


      A First Book
      in Logic
      by
      Henry Bradford Smith

      System
      of Logic
      Ratiocinative and Inductive; Being a Connected
      View of the Principles of Evidence and
      the Methods of Scientific Investigation
      by
      John Stuart Mill



      Vol. 1 of 2
      The Science
      of Thought
      A Systemby
      Charles Carroll Everett


      A Manual
      of Logic,
      in Two
      by
      J. Welton


      Vol. 1 of 2
      Studies in
      Deductive Logic
      A Manual for Studentsby
      W. Stanley Jevons


      The
      Karma-Mimamsa
      by
      Arthur Berriedale Keith

      The Anatomy
      of Knowledge
      An Essay in Objective Logicby
      Charles E. Hooper


      BeingA Study in Metaphysicsby
      Aloysius Joseph Rother


      Perception, Physics,
      and Reality
      An Enquiry Into the Information That
      Physical Science Can Supply About the Real
      by
      C. D. Broad


      Chance, Love,
      and Logic
      Philosophical Essaysby
      Charles S. Peirce


      A Logic
      of Facts
      Or Everyday Reasoningby
      George Jacob Holyoake


      Logic,
      Inductive and
      Deductive
      by
      William Minto

      Lectures
      on Logic
      by
      William Hamilton


      Vol. 2
      The Paradoxes
      of Mr. Russell
      With a Brief Account of Their Historyby
      Edwin Ray Guthrie Jr.


      The New
      Realism
      Co?perative Studies in Philosophyby
      Edwin B. Holt


      A Text-Book of
      Deductive Logic
      For the Use of Studentsby
      P. K. Ray


      Substance and
      Function, and
      Einstein's Theory
      of Relativity
      by
      Ernst Cassirer

      The Essentials
      of Logic
      Being Ten Lectures on
      Judgment and Inference
      by
      Bernard Bosanquet


      The Elements of Logic,
      Explained by Numerous
      Examples and Exercises
      Adapted to the Capacity of Younger
      Students, and Designed for Academies and
      the Higher Classes of Common Schools
      by
      Charles Kittredge True


      Experience
      and Prediction
      An Analysis of the Foundations
      and the Structure of Knowledge
      by
      Hans Reichenbach


      The Theory
      of Knowledge
      A Contribution to Some Problems
      of Logic and Metaphysics
      by
      L. T. Hobhouse


      An Introduction
      to the Study
      of Logic and
      Metaphysics
      by
      Thomas Squire Barrett

      The Science
      of Thought
      by
      Friedrich Max Müller


      Vol. 2
      Catalogue of a
      Collection of
      Books on Logic
      by
      John Venn

      A Syllabus
      of Logic
      With Questions and Exercises,
      for the Use of Students
      by
      Frederick Tracy


      Studies and
      Exercises in
      Formal Logic
      Including a Generalisation of Logical Processes
      in Their Application to Complex Inferences
      by
      John Neville Keynes


      Exercises
      in Logic
      Designed for the Use
      of Students in Colleges
      by
      Joshua T. Gray


      The Elements
      of Biblical
      Interpretation
      Or an Exposition of the Laws by
      Which the Scriptures Are Capable
      of Being Correctly Interpreted
      by
      Leicester A. Sawyer


      Symbolic
      Logic and Its
      Applications
      by
      Hugh Maccoll

      Science and
      Method
      by
      Henri Poincaré

      Logicby
      J. Lacy O'byrne Croke

      An
      Introduction
      to Logic
      by
      H. W. B. Joseph

      Hegel's
      Logic
      An Essay in Interpretationby
      John Grier Hibben


      Formal
      Logic
      A Scientific and Social Problemby
      F. C. S. Schiller


      Spiritual
      Philosophy
      Founded on the Teaching of the
      Late Samuel Taylor Coleridge
      by
      Joseph Henry Green



      Vol. 1
      Lessons
      in Logic
      by
      William Turner

      The
      Structure
      of Concepts
      by
      Frederick Hayes-Roth

      The Algebra
      of Logic
      by
      Louis Couturat

      Problem, Science,
      Function, Analysis
      Formula Science Analysis, Science X Analysis,
      Science Individual, General, Universal Analysis
      by
      George Ashton Black


      Natural
      Philosophy
      by
      Wilhelm Ostwald

      Of InductionWith Especial Reference to R.
      J. Stuart Mill's System of Logic
      by
      W. Whewell


      Elements
      of Logic
      Comprising the Substance of
      the Article in the Encyclop?dia
      Metropolitana; With Additions, &C
      by
      Richard Whately


      Memorabilia
      Mathematica
      Or the Philomath's Quotation-Bookby
      Robert Edouard Moritz


      The Distinction
      Between Mind
      and Its Objects
      The Adamson Lecture for
      Adamson; With an Appendix
      by
      Bernard Bosanquet


      The
      Essentials
      of Logic
      by
      R. W. Sellars

      Principles of the
      Algebra of Logic
      With Examplesby
      Alex Macfarlane


      On Teaching
      Geometry
      by
      Florence Milner


      Vol. 9
      The Elements of
      Inductive Logic
      Designed Mainly for the Use
      of Students in the Universities
      by
      Thomas Fowler


      The Nature
      of Physical
      Knowledge
      by
      L. W. Friedrich

      Logicby
      St. George Joseph Stock

      Aristotle
      on Fallacies
      Or the Sophistici Elenchiby
      Edward Poste


      What Is
      Science?
      by
      Norman Campbell

      A Brief
      Text-Book of
      Logic and Mental
      Philosophy
      by
      Charles Coppens

      Locke on
      Words
      An Essay Concerning
      Human Understanding
      by
      John Locke



      Vol. 3
      A Survey of
      Symbolic
      Logic
      by
      C. I. Lewis

      Institutes
      of Logic
      by
      John Veitch LL

      Elements
      of Logic
      by
      His Eminence Cardinal Mercier

      Inductive
      System Diagrams
      An Empirically Based Theory
      Generation Technique
      by
      Gary Burchill


      Critick of
      Pure Reason
      by
      Immanuel Kant

      The Science
      of Logic
      An Inquiry Into the Principles of
      Accurate Thought and Scientific
      Method; Method, Science, and Certitude
      by
      Peter Coffey



      Vol. 2 of 2
      A Class Room
      Logic, Deductive
      and Inductive
      With Special Application to the
      Science and Art of Teaching
      by
      George Hastings McNair


      The Concept
      of Nature
      Tarner Lectures Delivered in
      Trinity College, November 1919
      by
      Alfred North Whitehead


      The Nature
      of Existence
      by
      John McTaggart


      Vol. 1
      The Human Worth
      of Rigorous
      Thinking
      Essays and Addressesby
      Cassius J. Keyser


      The Science
      of Logic
      Or an Analysis of the Laws of Thoughtby
      Asa Mahan


      Logic or
      the Analytic
      of Explicit
      Reasoning
      by
      George H. Smith

      The
      Philosophical
      Works of
      John Locke
      by
      John Locke


      Vol. 2 of 2
      The
      Teacher's
      Logic
      by
      John Ernest Adamson

      Elementary Logic
      With Special
      Application, to
      Methods of Teaching
      by
      William J. Taylor

      The Problem
      of Logic
      by
      William Ralph Boyce Gibson

      Logic, or the
      Science of Inference
      Systematic View of the Principles of
      Evidence, and the Methods of Inference in the
      Various Departments of Human Knowledge
      by
      Joseph Devey


      An Introduction
      to Logic
      From the Standpoint of Educationby
      Leonard James Russell


      The New
      Rationalism
      The Development of a Constructive Realism Upon
      the Basis of Modern Logic and Science, and Through
      the Criticism of Opposed Philosophical Systems
      by
      Edward Gleason Spaulding


      An
      Introduction to
      Modern Logic
      by
      Rupert Clendon Lodge

      LogicDeductive and Inductiveby
      Carveth Read


      System of Logic
      and History
      of Logical
      Doctrines
      by
      Friedrich Ueberweg

      Logical
      Praxis
      Comprising a Summary of the
      Principles of Logical Science
      by
      Henry Noble Day


      Essays on
      Mathematical
      Education
      by
      G. St. L. Carson

      An Introduction
      to the Study
      of Philosophy
      With an Outline Treatise on Logicby
      E. V. Gerhart


      Philosophical
      Essays for Alfred
      North Whitehead
      February Fifteenth, Nineteen
      Hundred and Thirty-Six
      by
      Alfred North Whitehead


      Practical
      Logic
      Or the Art of Thinkingby
      Daniel Seely Gregory


      Logic and
      Argument
      by
      James H. Hyslop

      The Elements of Logic,
      Adapted to the Capacity
      of Younger Students, and
      Designed for Academies
      and the Higher Classes
      of Common Schools
      by
      Charles K. True


      Vol. 1
      A Treatise
      on Human
      Nature
      by
      David Hume


      Vol. 1 of 2
      A Text-Book
      of Logic
      by
      Arthur Ernest Davies

      Problem
      Science-Analysis
      Formula Indeterminate
      Science-Analysis, Determinate
      by
      George Ashton Black


      The Fundamental
      Principles
      of Algebra
      Addressby
      Alexander Macfarlane


      History of
      Scientific
      Ideas
      by
      William Whewell


      Vol. 2 of 2
      Elements
      of Logick
      Or a Summary of the General Principles
      and Different Modes of Reasoning
      by
      Levi Hedge


      The Substitution
      of Similars
      The True Principle of Reasoning, Derived
      From a Modification of Aristotle’s Dictum
      by
      W. Stanley Jevons


      The Substitution
      of Similars
      The True Principle of Reasoning, Derived
      From a Modification of Aristotle's Dictum
      by
      W. Stanley Jevons


      Questions
      on Logic
      A Companion to Welton's
      Manual of Logic
      by
      H. Holman


      Thought
      and Things
      A Study of the Development and Meaning
      of Thought or Genetic Logic; Experimental
      Logic, or Genetic Theory of Thought
      by
      James Mark Baldwin



      Vol. 2
      The
      Application
      of Logic
      by
      Alfred Sidgwick

      An Introduction
      to Logic
      Designed for the Use
      of Younger Students
      by
      John Woolley


      The Logic
      and Utility of
      Mathematics
      With the Best Methods of
      Instruction Explained and Illustrated
      by
      Charles Davies


      Mathematics, From
      the Points of View of
      the Mathematician,
      and of the Physicist
      An Address Delivered to the Mathematical and
      Physical, Society of University College, London
      by
      E. W. Hobson


      Logicby
      Richard F. Clarke

      Elements
      of Logic
      Designed as a Manual of Instructionby
      Henry Coppée


      A Commentary
      on Hegel's
      Logic
      by
      John McTaggart Ellis McTaggart

      An Examination
      of Sir William
      Hamilton's
      Philosophy
      by
      John Stuart Mill

      Syllabus
      of Logic
      In Which the Views of Kant Are
      Generally Adopted, and the Laws
      of Syllogism Symbolically Expressed
      by
      Thomas Solly


      Prolegomena
      Logica
      An Inquiry Into the Psychological
      Character of Logical Processes
      by
      Henry Longueville Mansel


      Studies
      in Logic
      by
      Members of the Johns Hopkins University

      An Essay
      Concerning
      Human
      Understanding
      by
      John Locke


      Vol. 2 of 3
      Elements
      of Logic
      On the Basis of Lectures by William Barron,
      With Large Supplementary Additions
      by
      James Robert Boyd


      The Logical
      Bases of
      Education
      by
      James Welton

      Manual of
      Elementary Logic
      Designed Especially for the
      Use of Teachers and Learners
      by
      Lyman Hotchkiss Atwater


      The Scope of
      Formal Logic
      The New Logical Doctrines
      Expounded, With Some Criticisms
      by
      A. Thomas Shearman


      Pure Logic
      and Other
      Minor Works
      by
      William Stanley Jevons

      Picture
      Logic
      An Attempt to Popularise the Science of Reasoning
      by the Combination of Humorous Pictures With
      Examples of Reasoning Taken From Daily Life
      by
      Alfred James Swinburne


      The
      Essentials of
      Argumentation
      by
      Elias J. Macewan

      The
      Principles
      of Logic
      by
      F. H. Bradley


      Vol. 2
      Truth and
      Denotation
      A Study in Semantical Theoryby
      R. M. Martin


      Essays in
      Experimental
      Logic
      by
      John Dewey

      Analysis of Mr.
      Mill's System
      of Logic
      by
      William Stebbing

      An
      Elementary
      Logic
      by
      John Edward Russell

      Lectures
      on Logic
      by
      William Hamilton

      Lectures
      on Logic
      by
      William Hamilton


      Vol. 1
      A Treatise on
      Logic, Pure
      and Applied
      by
      S. H. Emmens

      The Theory
      of Thought
      A Treatise on Deductive Logicby
      Noah Knowles Davis


      A Study of
      Mathematical
      Education Including
      the Teaching
      of Arithmetic
      by
      Benchara Branford

      A Digest of
      Deductive Logic
      for the Use
      of Students
      by
      Johnson Barker

      Quality
      Data Objects
      by
      Richard Y. Wang

      LogicDeductive and Inductiveby
      Alexander Bain


      Indeterminate
      Science
      Determinate
      by
      George Ashton Black

      Logicby
      Arnold Ruge


      Vol. 1
      The
      Thinking
      Process
      by
      Nathan A. Harvey

      An Outline
      of Logic
      by
      Boyd Henry Bode

      Kant's Critical
      Philosophy for
      English Readers
      by
      Immanuel Kant


      Vol. 1
      Elements
      of Logic
      Comprising the Doctrine of the Laws and Products of
      Thought, and the Doctrine of Method, Together With a
      Logical Praxis; Designed for Classes and for Private Study
      by
      Henry N. Day


      A New
      Logic
      by
      Charles Mercier

      Outlines of Logic
      and of Encyclopaedia
      of Philosophy
      Dictated Portionsby
      Hermann Lotze


      The Concept
      of Matter
      by
      Ernan McMullin

      G?del's
      Proof
      by
      Ernest Nagel

      LogicThe Judgement,
      Concept, and Inference
      by
      Christoph Sigwart



      Vol. 1
      Outlines
      of Logic
      An English Translation of
      Trendelenburg's Elementa
      by
      Friedrich Adolf Trendelenburg Aristotle


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