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De Morgan, Augustus, 1806-1871.
On the syllogism.
New Haven, Yale University Press, 1966
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Augustus De Morgan; Peter Heath
|Description:||xxxi, 355 pages 22 cm|
|Contents:||On the syllogism: I. On the structure of the syllogism : On the meaning of the simple term ; On the simple proposition ; On the quantity of the propositions ; On the syllogism --
On the syllogism: II. On the symbols of logic, the theory of the syllogism, and in particular of the copula : On the approximation of logical and algebraical modes of thought ; On the formation of symbolic notation for propositions and syllogisms ; On the symbolic forms of the extension of the Aristotelian system in which contraries are admitted ; On the symbolic forms of the system in which all the combinations of quantity are introduced by arbitrary invention of forms of predication ; On the theory of the copula and its connection with the doctrine of figure --
Some suggestions in logical phraseology --
On the syllogism: III. and on logic in general : General considerations ; First elements of a system of logic --
Syllabus of a proposed system of logic --
On the syllogism: IV. and on the logic of relations : Appendix: On syllogisms of transposed quality --
Logic: from the English Cyclopaedia --
On the syllogism: V. and on various points of the Onymatic system.
|Responsibility:||Edited, with an introd., by Peter Heath.|