Something To Reckon With: The Logic Of Terms
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Something To Reckon With: The Logic Of Terms

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By delving into the history and envelopment of logic from its beginnings to the modern era, George Englebretsen rehabilitates term logic and demonstrates that an enhanced traditional logic remains a viable possibility. Taking inspiration from Fred Sommers' work, he creates an updated and fascinating version of term logic; one he believes to be just as legitimate as, and in...more
Paperback, 274 pages
Published January 1st 1996 by University of Ottawa Press
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