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" This tract contains no more than the author has found, from experience, to be much wanted by students who are commencing with Euclid. "
First notions of logic, preparatory to the study of geometry - Page 2
by Augustus De Morgan - 1840 - 32 pages
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The Phrenological Journal, and Magazine of Moral Science, Volume 20

Phrenology - 1847
...erroneous opinions on the nature and objects of logic, may be traced to the great misapprehensions of * " This tract contains no more than the author has found,...wanted by students who are commencing with Euclid. . . . He has long regretted the neglect of logic, a science, the study of which would shew many of...
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The Search for Mathematical Roots, 1870-1940: Logics, Set Theories and the ...

I. Grattan-Guinness - Mathematics - 2000 - 690 pages
...(preparatory to the study of geometry)'. Here he laid out the logic which, as he stated in the preamble, 'he found, from experience, to be much wanted by students who are commencing with Euclid'; however, he did not then apply this logic to the ancient text. Most of the pamphlet was reprinted with...
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