Bibliography On Logic - Part 1/4 (© 1847–1922) by Various [Logic]

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Post by LectorRecitator » January 25th, 2019, 4:56 pm


The following titles all deal with aspects of logic or logical thinking, therefore a detailed description of their content is unnecessary.
However, I apologize for restricting myself in evaluating their readability simply by Readability Rating, instead of providing a detailed description.


01) The Principles of Logic (1904, Second Edition) by Aikins, Herbert Austin (1867–1946), Henry Holt and Company {RR: 4/5}

02) The Art Of Logical Thinking or The Laws Of Reasoning (1909) by Atkinson, William Walker (1862–1932), The Progress Company {RR: 5/5}

03) Logic: Deductive And Inductive (1887, New and Revised Edition) by Bain, Alexander (1818–1903), American Book Company {RR: 3/5}

04) Inductive Logic (1896) by Ballantine,William Gay (1848–1937), Ginn and Company {4/5}

05) The Mathematical Analysis Of Logic (1847) by Boole, George (1815–1864), George Bell {RR: 5/5}

06) An Investigation Of The Laws Of Thought (1854) by Boole, George (1815–1864), Dover Publications {RR: 3/5}

07) The Essentials Of Logic (1895) by Bosanquet, Bernard (1848–1923), Macmillan and Company {RR: 5/5}



08) Logic; Or, The Morphology of Knowledge (1911, Second Edition) by Bosanquet, Bernard (1848–1923), Oxford University Press {RR: 4/5}

Volume 01:
Volume 02:

09) The Principles Of Logic (1922, Second Edition) Bradley, Francis Herbert (1846–1924), Oxford University Press {RR: 2/5}

[NOTE: The following copies are in the PD, however there are 2 sharp copies available at Emmanuel College Library, Victoria University, but I doubt if those are in the PD, since they mention impressions afterwards published. Could someone clarify that ?]

Volume 1:
Volume 2:

10) Logic (1889) by Clarke, Richard Frederick (1839–1900), Benziger Brothers {5/5}


«ὁ δὲ ἀνεξέταστος βίος οὐ βιωτὸς ἀνθρώπῳ»/"the unexamined life is not worth living"

(Plato, Apology: 38a. Translated by H. N. Fowler)

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