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The Resource Logic: or, the art of thinking. : Containing (besides the common rules) many new observations, not only of great use in forming an exactness of judgment, in the speculative sciences; but also full of fine reflections, for the common service of life. In four parts. I. Consisting of Reflections upon the Ideas, or first Operation of the Mind. II. Of the Reflections Men have made upon their Judgments. III. Of Reasoning. IV. Of Method; or the clearest Manner of demonstrating any Truth. Done from the new French edition. By Mr. Ozell, (electronic resource)

Logic: or, the art of thinking. : Containing (besides the common rules) many new observations, not only of great use in forming an exactness of judgment, in the speculative sciences; but also full of fine reflections, for the common service of life. In four parts. I. Consisting of Reflections upon the Ideas, or first Operation of the Mind. II. Of the Reflections Men have made upon their Judgments. III. Of Reasoning. IV. Of Method; or the clearest Manner of demonstrating any Truth. Done from the new French edition. By Mr. Ozell, (electronic resource)

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Logic: or, the art of thinking. : Containing (besides the common rules) many new observations, not only of great use in forming an exactness of judgment, in the speculative sciences; but also full of fine reflections, for the common service of life. In four parts. I. Consisting of Reflections upon the Ideas, or first Operation of the Mind. II. Of the Reflections Men have made upon their Judgments. III. Of Reasoning. IV. Of Method; or the clearest Manner of demonstrating any Truth. Done from the new French edition. By Mr. Ozell
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Logic: or, the art of thinking.
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Containing (besides the common rules) many new observations, not only of great use in forming an exactness of judgment, in the speculative sciences; but also full of fine reflections, for the common service of life. In four parts. I. Consisting of Reflections upon the Ideas, or first Operation of the Mind. II. Of the Reflections Men have made upon their Judgments. III. Of Reasoning. IV. Of Method; or the clearest Manner of demonstrating any Truth. Done from the new French edition. By Mr. Ozell
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CU-RivES
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N20392
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1625-1695
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Nicole, Pierre
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dictionaries
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1612-1694
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Arnauld, Antoine
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Logic
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Logic: or, the art of thinking. : Containing (besides the common rules) many new observations, not only of great use in forming an exactness of judgment, in the speculative sciences; but also full of fine reflections, for the common service of life. In four parts. I. Consisting of Reflections upon the Ideas, or first Operation of the Mind. II. Of the Reflections Men have made upon their Judgments. III. Of Reasoning. IV. Of Method; or the clearest Manner of demonstrating any Truth. Done from the new French edition. By Mr. Ozell, (electronic resource)
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  • In ECCO, Eighteenth Century Collections Online
  • The author is identified in the dedication as Pierre Nicole, with Antoine Arnauld as reviser
  • With 2 final advertisement leaves
  • Text continuous despite pagination
  • Reproduction of original from Harvard University Libraries
  • PBm reports two final adv. leaves
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ESTCN20392
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120
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[14],215,240-440,[2]p.,plate
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electronic
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Electronic reproduction.
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Logic: or, the art of thinking. : Containing (besides the common rules) many new observations, not only of great use in forming an exactness of judgment, in the speculative sciences; but also full of fine reflections, for the common service of life. In four parts. I. Consisting of Reflections upon the Ideas, or first Operation of the Mind. II. Of the Reflections Men have made upon their Judgments. III. Of Reasoning. IV. Of Method; or the clearest Manner of demonstrating any Truth. Done from the new French edition. By Mr. Ozell, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • In ECCO, Eighteenth Century Collections Online
  • The author is identified in the dedication as Pierre Nicole, with Antoine Arnauld as reviser
  • With 2 final advertisement leaves
  • Text continuous despite pagination
  • Reproduction of original from Harvard University Libraries
  • PBm reports two final adv. leaves
Control code
ESTCN20392
Dimensions
120
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
[14],215,240-440,[2]p.,plate
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions
Reformatting quality
not applicable
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote

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