Logic: The Theory of Inquiry

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H. Holt, 1955 - Logic - 546 pages
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User Review  - Sergio Gomez diaz-ureņa - Goodreads

Not an easy book. Still the chapters on the biological and the cultural matrix of inquiry are very insightful, and provide a good theoretical framework for a naturalistic epistemology that is humanistic, scientific and NON-REDUCTIVE. Read full review

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Dewey presents a fully-developed Pragmatist theory of Logic. Read full review

Contents

THE PROBLEM OF LOGICAL SUBJECT
1
CULTURAL
42
COMMON SENSE AND SCIENTIFIC INQUIRY
60
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