Logic and scientific methods, an introductory course.


2d ed.. New York, Ronald Press Company [1956] .

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Subjects Logic.
Methodology.
Semantics (Philosophy)
Description 378 pages illustrations 22 cm
Copyright Date [1956]
Contents Introduction: what is logic? -- Logic and language -- Meaning and definition -- Logical division and classification -- Propositions -- Relations between propositions -- The categorical syllogism -- Hypothetical, alternative, disjunctive arguments, and dilemma -- Extrasyllogistic and relational arguments -- Formal, semantic, and material fallacies -- The nature of scientific knowledge -- Observation and classification: hypotheses, confirmation -- Causal connection and methods of experimental inquiry -- Probability -- Measurement and statistical methods -- Logic and scientific methods in legal thinking -- Fallacies of induction and scientific methods.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)373117
(OCoLC)ocm00373117
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WorldCat Identities Searles, Herbert L. 1891-
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