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12/10/2018 Elements Letters to Francis C. Russell
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12/10/2018 Methodeutic Letters to Francis C. Russell
10/10/2018 Science From Comte to Benjamin Kidd
08/10/2018 Logic Introductory Lecture on the Study of Logic
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09/04/2018 Critic On Signs [R]

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It might be that a normative science, in view of the economies of the case, should be quite useless for any practical application. Still, whatever fact had no bearing upon a conceivable application to practice would be entirely impertinent to such a science. It would be easy enough -- much too easy -- to marshal a goodly squadron of treatises on logic, each of them swelled out with matter foreign to any conceivable applicability until, like a corpulent man, it can no longer see on what it is standing, and the reader loses all clear view of the true problems of the science.
Minute Logic, 1902