A. MS., n.p., 1893, 131 pp.
One page has the title: “The Quest of a Method. Essay I. The Natural Classifications of Arguments.” Among the topics found in these pages are questions of terminology, the algebra of the copula, forms of propositions, and the analysis of reasoning.
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Logic is a critic. It distinguishes between what it approves and what it condemns. This is why it must divide propositions by dichotomy.