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George Henry Radcliffe Parkinson (ed.)
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Leibniz: Logical Papers: A Selection Translated and Edited with an Introduction
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Front Matter
ABBREVIATIONS
INTRODUCTION
From On the Art of Combination
From Papers on grammatical analysis
Elements of a Calculus
Rules from which a decision can be made, by means of numbers, about the validity of inferences and about the forms and moods of categorical syllogisms
A Specimen of the Universal Calculus
Addenda to the Specimen of the Universal Calculus
General Inquiries about the Analysis of Concepts and of Truths
A specimen of a demonstrated inference from the direct to the oblique: sent by Leibniz to Vagetius
The Primary Bases of a Logical Calculus
The Bases of a Logical Calculus
A Mathematics of Reason
Of the Mathematical Determination of Syllogistic Forms
An intensional account of immediate inference and the syllogism: ("Logical Definitions")
A paper on "some logical difficulties"
A Study in the Plus-Minus Calculus: ("A not inelegant Specimen of Abstract Proof")
A Study in the Calculus of Real Addition
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