The Origin and Growth of Plato's Logic
by Wincenty Lutosawski
Publisher: Longmans, Green and co. 1905
Number of pages: 616
In undertaking the investigations summarized in this volume, the author's chief aim was to explain the origin of Logic by a psychological study of the first logician. This required a knowledge of the chronology of Plato's writings, not supplied by our historical tradition nor by the extant Platonic investigations.
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