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On the First Principles of Logical Algebra 

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Resource ID

20476

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Contributed by

Frederik Wellmann

type of material

A. MS.

description

Indecomposable transformations. Rules of transformation, with commutation and association developed from these rules. Implication contradiction and excluded middle aggregation and composition. Ethics of terminology applied to the case of Boole's creation of logical algebra. Transitive relations incompossibility identity and lines of identity. Propositions and signs universal, particular, individual propositions subject of propositions. Among the variants, the following topics occur: lines of identity individual, definite, and singular terms rules for existential graphs. Also the initial discussion of categoriology in connection with logical term

general index

Aggregation, Boolean algebra, Categories, Commutation, Composition and aggregation, Contradiction principle of (see also Laws of thought), Excluded middle principle of (see also Laws of thought), Graphs existential, association of Ideas, Identity, lines of identity, Implication, Incompossibility, Logic (modal see Modality), Particular, Proposition, Relatives logic of, Sign(s), Term(s), definite Term(s), individual Term(s), singular Term(s), ethics of Terminology, Universals

pagination

pp. 1-34, with 25 pp. of variants

Date

u

number

MS0515_017

abbreviated title

(First Prin)

date (Robin)

n.d.

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 Public : MS_0515
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