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Introduction to Logical Theory

Introduction to Logical Theory

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Introduction to Logical Theory

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London: Methuen & Co. LTD. (1960), 1960. Reprint. Hardcover. Near Fine/Near Fine. 8vo. [7], viii-x, 1-266 pp. Light blue cloth with gold lettering on the spine. Price of 6s 6d net on the front flap of the dust jacket. a price sticker reading '18/- net' pasted over the price. Slater 924. Strawson's book is intended to explain the discipline of formal logic at a beginner's level, and to explain the intricate logical structure of ordinary unformalized discourse. Strawson explores the relation between the two. According to Slater, this is Strawson's first book to be published. P.F. Strawson was a key figure among analytic thinkers who worked on philosophy of language. He was a notable foil to Bertrand Russell. A small push to the top textblock, a name on the free front endpaper; jacket is toned on its spine panel and has a bit of scuffing to the front panel.


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Introduction to Logical Theory
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We buy and sell rare and fine books in many fields. Our interests include philosophy, modern first editions, and works of historical or intellectual interest. In addition to bookselling, we regularly do valuations and appraisals for non-IRS purposes. Evening Star Books is a Limited Liability Company.


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