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Jevons, William Stanley, 1835-1882.
Pure logic and other minor works.
London, New York, Macmillan, 1890
|Named Person:||John Stuart Mill|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
William Stanley Jevons; Robert Adamson; Harriet A Jevons
|Description:||xxiii, 299 pages 24 cm|
|Contents:||pt. I. Writings on the theory of logic: I. Pure logic, or The logic of quality apart from quantity. (1864) II. The substitution of similars. (1869) III. On the mechanical performance of logical inference. (From the Philosophical transactions, 1870) IV. On a general system of numerically definite reasoning. (From the Memoirs of the Manchester literary and philosophical society, 1870)--pt. II. John Stuart Mill's philosophy tested. (Portions of an examination of J.S. Mill's philosophy) I. On geometrical reasoning. II. On resemblance. III. The experimental methods. IV. Utilitarianism. V. On the method of difference. (I.-IV. from the Contemporary review; V. from the author's mss.).|
|Responsibility:||by W. Stanley Jevons. Ed. by Robert Adamson and Harriet A. Jevons, with preface by Professor Adamson.|