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Elements of Logic. Reprinted from the Ninth (Octavo) Edition.

Whately, Richard

Published by Louisville, KY. Morton & Griswold. ., 1854
Condition: Very Good Hardcover
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299 pp. + 6 pp. publisherÕs ads. 8vo. A discourse on the Art and Science of Reasoning, originally published in 1826, and perhaps the first significant English work defending the value of Logic. Later (1929) ownerÕs signature and list of works consulted on front free end paper. This is a rather early reprinting of a much published work continuing into the late 19th century. Whately (1787Ð1863), an Oxford philosopher, educator, liberal theologian, economist and reformer, was the Anglican Archbishop of Dublin and, at Oxford, a mentor for the later prominent Catholic theologian Cardinal John Henry Newman, who allegedly wrote a few of the pages on the history of Logic. Whately established a chair in political economy at Trinity College, Dublin. He developed a partially subjective theory of value, a notion of marginal utility, later developed better by others. Whately supported Catholic emancipation and the granting of Civil Rights to Jews. Wear at ends of spine with small chip from head. Wear at edges and corners. Soiling of endpapers. Wrinkling of pastedowns. Lending Library book tag dated 1858 on front pastedown. Else, Very Good. Brownish purple cloth, embossed in the blind and with a cartouche on front and back cover containing the publishersÕ embossed monogram. T.e.g. Bookseller Inventory # 7334

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Title: Elements of Logic. Reprinted from the Ninth ...

Publisher: Louisville, KY. Morton & Griswold. .

Publication Date: 1854

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Very Good

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