A System of Logic
A System of Logic, Ratiocinative and Inductive is an 1843 book by English philosopher John Stuart Mill. In this work, he formulated the five principles of inductive reasoning that are known as Mill's Methods. This work is important insofar as it outlines the empirical principles Mill would use to justify his moral and political philosophies. An article in "Philosophy of Recent Times" has described this book as an "attempt to expound a psychological system of logic within empiricist principles.”
- Farmelo, Graham (2009). The Strangest Man: The Hidden Life of Paul Dirac, Quantum Genius. Faber and Faber. ISBN 9780571222780.
- Cassidy, David C. (2010). "Graham Farmelo. The Strangest Man: The Hidden Life of Paul Dirac, Mystic of the Atom". Isis (journal). University of Chicago Press. 101: 661–661. doi:10.1086/657209.
Farmelo also discusses, across several chapters, the influences of John Stuart Mill...
- Mill, John Stuart, A System of Logic, University Press of the Pacific, Honolulu, 2002, ISBN 1-4102-0252-6
- Philosophy of Recent Times, ed. J. B. Hartmann (New York: McGraw-Hill, 1967), I, 14.
- 1843. Google Books: Vol. I, Vol. II
- 1846. Google Books: All
- 1851. Google Books: Vol. I, Vol. II missing? Internet Archive: Vol. I, Vol. II missing?
- 1858. Google Books: All
- 1862. Google Books: Vol. I, Vol. II
- 1868. Internet Archive: Vol. I, Vol. II. Also Vol. I, Vol. II. Also Vol. I
- 1872. Internet Archive: Vol. I, Vol. II. Also partial HTML version.
- 1882. Internet Archive: All
- 1974 (comparative edition). Robson, J. M., ed. (1963–1991), Collected Works of John Stuart Mill, Toronto: University of Toronto Press. Appeared in Vol. 7, and Vol. 8 of the series.
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