2 edition of Logic and nature found in the catalog.
Logic and nature
Marie Taylor Swabey
|Statement||by Marie Collins Swabey ...|
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|Pagination||xiv, 384 p.|
|Number of Pages||384|
2 THE NATURE AND FUNCTION OF LANGUAGE 3 GENERAL GRAMMAR an out-of-print and now little-known book on logic, but to find the actual quotation. The issue of gender and language occasioned several discussions among the editorial The Liberal Arts of Logic, Grammar, and Size: 1MB. Philosophy of logic, the study, from a philosophical perspective, of the nature and types of logic, including problems in the field and the relation of logic to mathematics and other disciplines.. The term logic comes from the Greek word variety of senses that logos possesses may suggest the difficulties to be encountered in characterizing the nature and scope of logic.
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