Logic, the Theory of Inquiry
"This book is a development of ideas regarding the nature of logical theory that were first presented ... in Studies in logical theory; that were somewhat expanded in Essays in experimental logic and were briefly summarized with special reference to education in How we think."--Preface.
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THE PROBLEM OF LOGICAL SUBJECT
COMMON SENSE AND SCIENTIFIC INQUIRY
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abstract activities actual affirmed antecedent application Aristotelian logic Aristotle character classic logic common sense complete conceptions conclusion conjunction connection consequences constitute controlled definite determined direct discourse discussion disjunctive propositions distinction doctrine effect empiricism empiristic epistemological evidential example existence existential material existential propositions existential reference experimental fact final formulation function given ground Hence hypothesis hypothetical idea important independent indeterminate induction inference inherent instituted interaction interpretation involved judgment kind knowledge logical conditions logical forms logical theory marked mathematical matter means measurement ment methods modes nature necessary non-existential objects observation occur ontological operations organic particular phenomena physical possible postulates practical predicate present principle problem problematic situation procedure qualities question rational relation respect result satisfied scientific inquiry scientific method selection singular specified subcontraries subject-matter syllogism symbols taken temporal things tion traits transformation universal propositions valid warrantably assertible warranted word