Piwik tracking image

Please wait... 

Lecture I 

Resource tools

File information File size Options

Original JPG File

1633 × 2123 pixels (3.47 MP)

13.8 cm × 18 cm @ 300 PPI

463 KB Download

Low resolution print

1538 × 2000 pixels (3.08 MP)

13 cm × 16.9 cm @ 300 PPI

920 KB Download

Screen

615 × 800 pixels (0.49 MP)

5.2 cm × 6.8 cm @ 300 PPI

177 KB Download

Preview

Full screen preview

177 KB View
Manuscript Metadata

Resource ID

13740

Access

Open

Contributed by

Frederik Wellmann

date (Robin)

1866-10-24

type of material

A. MS.

description

The bad reputation of logic, with its endless controversies between realism and nominalism. Among modern logicians, CSP distinguishes the formal and the anthropological logicians. Logic as a classificatory science. The traditional syllogism, with a note that the second lecture would be concerned with the hypothetical syllogism.

general index

Logic (modal see Modality), Logic anthropological, Nominalism, Lowell Institute Lectures on the Logic of Science (), Realism, Syllogism, hypothetical Syllogism

pagination

39 pp.

Date

1866-10-24

number

MS0351_001

abbreviated title

-

date (Robin)

1866-10-24

go to Manuscript Pages

 Public : MS_0351
Search for similar resources

Remove