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Logic textbooks
A COLLECTION OF 8 VOLUMES, COMPRISING:
i. Whately, Richard (1787-1863). Elements of logic. Comprising the substance of the article in the Encyclopædia Metropolitana: with additions, & c. London: J. Mawman, 1826. 8vo, FIRST EDITION, 2pp. of manuscript notes in pencil bound in at front, later half morocco by J. Hewetson, spine gilt, (Edwin Wilkins Field (1804-1871), bookplate; John Sparrow (1906-1992), book label; bought from Layton, 1994), [T&W W39]
ii. De Morgan, Augustus (1806-1871). Formal logic: or, the calculus of inference, necessary and probable. London: Taylor and Walton, 1847, 8vo, FIRST EDITION, publisher’s catalogues on yellow endpapers, brown cloth, re-backed retaining original spine, spine gilt, (Josiah Hankinson, book label and presentation inscription from Edward L. Adams dated 1854; bought from Roger Gaskell, Warboys, 1993), [T&W D35], spotting, bumped and rubbed
iii. De Morgan, Augustus (1806-1871). On the symbols of logic, the theory of the syllogism, and in particular of the cupola, and the application of the theory of probabilities to some questions of evidence [offprint from:] Transactions of the Cambridge Philosophical Society, vol. 9, part 1. Cambridge: Pitt Press by John W. Parker, 1850, 4to, unopened, later marbled boards, (bought from Chaucer Head, 1993), [T&W D37], text-block starting
iv. Couturat, Louis (1868-1914). The algebra of logic. London: Open Court, 1914. 8vo, FIRST ENGLISH EDITION, red cloth gilt, [T&W C191], ink stain to lower board
v. De Morgan, Augustus (1806-1871) and Taylor, A. E. (editor). Formal logic: Or, the calculus of inference, necessary and probable. London: Open Court, 1926. 8vo, reprint of first edition with corrections by author and others, portrait frontispiece, green cloth, [T&W D36]
vi. Cohen, Morris R. (1880-1947), Nagel, Ernest (1901-1985). An introduction to logic and scientific method. New York: Harcourt, Brace and Co., 1934. 8vo, FIRST EDITION, blue cloth boards, spine gilt, dust-jacket, [T&W C112], dust-jacket worn with chipping and some small loss
vii. Frege, Friedrich Ludwig Gottlob (1848-1925). The foundations of arithmetic: A logico-mathematical enquiry into the concept of number. Translation by J. L. Austin. Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1950. 8vo, parallel German and English Text throughout, green cloth, dust-jacket, [T&W F97], previous ownership manuscript notes on front free endpaper, dust-jacket slightly worn
viii. Dürr, Karl (1888-1979‏). The propositional logic of Boethius. Amsterdam: North-Holland, 1951. 8vo, FIRST EDITION, yellow boards printed in black and blue, dust-jacket, [T&W D76]
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