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Authoritative compilation ranges from The Mathematical Analysis of Logic to the end of Boole'apos;s career. Includes The Laws of Thought, plus incomplete studies intended for a follow-up volume. 1952 edition.
A timeless introduction to the field and a landmark in symbolic logic, showing that classical logic can be treated algebraically.
The most mature theories of George Boole, inventor of Boolean logic, are brought forward in this authoritative account. His 1854 publication, 'The Laws of Thought', formed the most systematic statement of his ideas - these further studies, incomplete...sob encomenda
This classic treatise on the calculus of finite differences offers a thorough discussion of the basic principles of the subject, covering nearly all the major theorems and methods. Over 200 problems. 1872 edition.
The Mathematical Analysis of Logic
The Laws of Thought
Excerpt from A Treatise on Differential Equations I have endeavoured, in the following treatise, to convey as complete an account of the present state of knowledge on the subject of Differential Equations, as was consistent with the idea of a work...
An Investigation of the Laws of Thought
Excerpt from A Treatise on Differential Equations: Supplementary Volume In some cases Professor Boole had indicated that certain portions of the original work were to be omitted and their places supplied from the manuscripts; but on examination it...
Excerpt from A Treatise on the Calculus of Finite Differences As such Treatises as the present are in close connexion with the course of Mathematical Study at the University Of Cambridge, there is considerable difficulty in deciding the question how...
'A classic of pure mathematics and symbolic logic ... the publisher is to be thanked for making it available.' -- Scientific AmericanGeorge Boole was on of the greatest mathematicians of the 19th century, and one of the most influential thinkers of...
Excerpt from The Mathematical Analysis of Logic: Being an Essay Towards a Calculus of Deductive Reasoning That which renders Logic possible, is the existence in our minds of general notions, - our ability to conceive of a class, and to designate its...
Excerpt from An Investigation of the Laws of Thought, on Which Are Founded the Mathematical Theories of Logic and Probabilities Information upon the subject-matter will be found in the special treatises on Probabilities in Lardner's Cabinet...