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Two logics : the conflict between classical and neo-analytic philosophy

Author: Henry Babcock Veatch
Publisher: Evanston : Northwestern University Press, 1969.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Veatch, Henry Babcock.
Two logics.
Evanston, Northwestern University Press, 1969
(OCoLC)644485281
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Henry Babcock Veatch
OCLC Number: 1006
Description: viii, 280 pages ; 25 cm
Contents: Introduction: the battle of the books renewed --
A logic that can't say what anything is --
Alternative logics: a what-logic and a relating-logic --
The what-statements of a what-logic: why they are not analytic truths --
The what-statements of a what-logic: why they are not synthetic truths --
The disabilities of a relating-logic: the fallacy of inverted intentionality --
The world as seen through a relating-logic --
A what-logic and its supposed commitment to essences and substantial forms --
Induction as conceived by a relating-logic and a what-logic --
The picture of the world derived from the inductions in a relating-logic --
Deductive explanation: a likely case study in surrealism? --
From deductive explanation in general to historical explanation in particular --
A short digression from history into ethics --
Conclusion: epilogue or epitaph?
Responsibility: Henry B. Veatch.

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