By: Jevons, W. Stanley

Price: $249.95

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Book Condition: Very Good+

xxviii, 304, (4), 33, (3) pages; Former owner's name neatly on halftitle and on recto (blank back) of frontispiece (A.S. Nash), otherwise clean and tigjt in original brick cloth binding with gilt lettering at spine, minor rubbing at extremities. Quite scarce, especially in this condition. Frontispiece of Ancient Logical Diagrams; publisher's catalogues (36pp) at rear dated December, 1879. First edition, first issue of this seminal work on logic. Quite scarce, especially in this condition. William Stanley Jevons was a noted logician, economist and statistician. Jevons' earlier books General Mathematical Theory of Political Economy (1862) and The Theory of Political Economy (1871) have been described as the beginning of applying mathematical method in economics. Jevons pursued his work in logic simultaneously with his work in political economy. In 1864 he published a small book Pure Logic; or, the Logic of Quality apart from Quantity, incorporating a critique of Boole's system of logic. In 1870 his Elementary Lessons on Logic appeared and became a widely used elementary textbook on logic. The more advanced work offerred here - Studies in Deductive Logic - was published in 1880 and consists mainly of exercises and problems for the use of students. ; Experience the pleasure of reading and appreciating this actual printed item. It has its own physical history that imbues it with a character lacking in ephemeral electronic renderings.


Author Name: Jevons, W. Stanley

Categories: Nature and Science, Mathematics and Physics, 19th Century, Philosophy and Religion,

Edition: First Edition; First Printing

Publisher: London, Macmillan: 1880

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good+

Size: 8vo

Seller ID: 39153

Keywords: Deductive Logic Analytical Philosphy