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Lectures on Logic and Judgement, 1928-1931

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Scope and Contents

Folder contains lectures on the nature of logic, the different systems of logic, the history of logical theory from Bacon to Bosanquet, the laws of thought, and the five thoeries of judgement: Aristotle's predicative view, the class view: equational logic, nominalism, Hamilton's conceptualist view, Mill's attibutive view. There are also additional lectures on Husserl's Theory of Judgement, evolutionary view of predication, Bosanquet's thoery of judgement and the judgement of individuality.

Arrangement

Lecture notes are arranged roughly by subject in the following order: general notes on philosophy and philosophers; logic; problems of metaphysics; public lecture series; John Locke and Immanuel Kant; Descartes, Spinoza, and miscellaneous notes.

Collection History

Processing Information

Folder inventory added by Allyse Terrell '2014 in 2013.

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Credit this material:

Lectures on Logic and Judgement; Philosophy Papers of George Tapley Whitney, C0448, Manuscripts Division, Department of Special Collections, Princeton University Library

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  • ReCAP (rcpxm): Box 2