a short history of logic

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“Logic, in the most general acceptation of the term, may be regarded as the systematic study of thought. So wide a definition is certainly sufficient to comprehend all that may have been at various times included within the scope of logical doctrine, but in other respects it is of small value”.
A critical survey of the history of logical theory and its value by a nineteenth century Scottish philosopher and Professor of Logic at Glasgow, Robert Adamson. Originally published in 1911.
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