Each volume of the Encyclopaedia of the Philosophical Sciences contains original and relatively exhaustive articles by important European and American philosophical thinkers on the basic aspects of each subject; this volume includes articles by Wilhelm Windelband (Heidelberg), Josiah Royce (Cambridge), Louis Couturat (Paris), Benedeto Croce (Naples), Frederico Enriques (Bologna), and Nicolaj Losskij (St. Petersburg) on the principles of logic, the task of logic, the problems of logic, and the transformation of logic (dark blue textured cloth with gold lettering, gilt upper edge, small tear at end of spine; library markings limited to Ethical Society bookplate on front pastedown and pocket on rear pastedown, no marks on cover; a good, clean, tight copy). Bookseller Inventory #
Title: Encyclopaedia of the Philosophical Sciences,...
Publisher: Macmillan & Co.
Publication Date: 1913
Binding: Hard Cover
Book Condition: Very Good
Book Description Macmillan, London, 1913. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. First edition. This volume only! First edition, 1913, hardcover, octavo, 269pp., not illustrated. Book VG with minor bump to bottom corners, rubbing, spine mildly dulled, binding tight, previous owner's small signature to front flyleaf, otherwise text clean and unmarked. No DJ. Seller Inventory # B26407
Book Description Macmillan And Co., Limited. Condition: Very Good. Very good book. Encyclopaedia of the Philosophical Sciences Volume I. In protective mylar cover. Inquire if you need further information. Seller Inventory # O06B-00981
Book Description 1913. Hardcover. Condition: Near Fine. 1st Edition. Encyclopedia of the Philosophical Sciences Volume I Logic by Arnold Ruge, Wilhelm Windelband Josiah Royce, Louis Couturat Benedetto Croce, Federigo Enriques and Nicolaj Losskij. Translated by B. Ethel Meyer. Macmillan and Co, Limited, St. martinís Street, London 1913. x+ 269 + 4 pages of ads. Hardcover in publisherís cloth in near fine condition, no dustjacket, but plastic sheath. This volume is a kind of mix of conceptions of logic in the sense in which Hegelís logic is logic and logic as formal reasoning. Croceís essay is along the lines of the older notion; Couturatís essay focuses on set theory, Russell, Peano, and Frege. Seller Inventory # ABE-1498224097622
Book Description Macmillan, London, 1913. [All published.] Translated by B. Ethel Meyer. English edition under the editorship of Sir Henry Jones. 269pp, plus publisher's adverts. Original cloth. Top edges gilt, others uncut. Very slight rubbing to extremities, and light spotting of edges. Very good. *** Please use [Ask Bookseller a Question] option below to confirm availability and get accurate postage quote for this item (the amount quoted is for an 'average' hard-cover book of up to 1kg in weight). Seller Inventory # 22881
Book Description hardcover. Condition: very good. London, Macmillan 1913. Octavo publisher's cloth. An excellent, bright copy. All published of this proposed modern successor to Hegel's Encyclopaedia. "Certainly they fulfil the promise of the introduction by lack of slavish agreement; thus, if Croce's opinions about symbolic logic be true, Couturat's article will not be worth the paper that it is written on, whilst Royce and Enriques will have spent a good part of their lives in futile pursuit". (C.D. Broad's review in Ethics, 1914). The other contributors are Losskij and the two editors. Seller Inventory # 8510