| American Association for the Advancement of Science - Science - 1899 - 488 pages
...Theobjectof Boole'swork, "The Lawsof Thought," is to in«vestigate the fundamental laws of thought, **to give expression to them in the symbolical language of a calculus, and upon** that foundation to establish the science of logic. In the concluding chapter he considers the light... | |
| George Boole - Logic - 1854 - 424 pages
...may be understood, and the treatment of its subject facilitated. It is designed, in the first place, **to investigate the fundamental laws of those operations of the mind by which reasoning is performed.** It is unnecessary to enter here into any argument to prove that the operations of the mind arc in a... | |
| George Boole - 1854
...may be understood, and the treatment of its subject facilitated. It is designed, in the first place, **to investigate the fundamental laws of those operations of the mind by which reasoning is performed.** It is unnecessary to enter here into any argument to prove that the operations of the mind are in a... | |
| Language Arts & Disciplines - 1865
...together to give a concise epitome of the author's main logical ideas. The design of this treatise " is **to investigate the fundamental laws of those operations...reasoning is performed; to give expression to them in the** symbolic language of a calculus, and upon this foundation to establish the science of logic, and construct... | |
| Religion - 1865
...author's main logical ideas. The design of this treatise " is to investigate the fundamental law« **of those operations of the mind by which reasoning is performed; to give expression to them in the** symbolic language of a calculus, and upon this foundation to establish the science of logic, and construct... | |
| Learned institutions and societies - 1865
...Investigation," is to express in the symbolical language of a Calculus, the fundamental Laws of Thought, **and upon this foundation to establish the science of Logic and construct its method.** The elementary symbols of Professor Boole's Calculus are of three kinds : 1st. Literal symbols, as... | |
| Mathematics - 1905
...of this work is — to use the author's own words — " to investigate the fundamental laws of thnse **operations of the mind by which reasoning is performed...and upon this foundation to establish the science of** logie, and construct its method ; to make that method itself the basis of a general method for the... | |
| Robert Vaughan - Religion - 1866
...Investigation of the Laws of Thought.' The design of this work is — to use the author's own words — ' **to investigate the fundamental laws of those operations...reasoning is performed ; to give expression to them in** t lie symbolical Language of a calculus, and upon this foundation, to establish the science of logic,... | |
| C. WYVILLE THOMSON - 1873
...University, Ireland, &c. 8vo. 14^. The design of this treatist, is to investigate the fundamental laws oj **those operations of the mind by which reasoning is...to them in the symbolical language of a Calculus^** a;zd upon this foundation to establish the science of Logic and con • struct its method 3 to make... | |
| James Bell Pettigrew - Blood - 1874 - 329 pages
...University, Ireland, &c. 8vo. 14.•-. The design of this treatise is to investigate the fundamental laws .y **those operations of the mind by which reasoning is...them in the symbolical language of a Calculus, and** nfo, t this foundation to establish the science of Logic and construct its method j to make that method... | |
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