The Collected Works of Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Volume 13 : Logic

The manuscript of Coleridge's Logic is published here in its entirety for the first time, along with the texts of manuscripts that are directly related to it.Coleridge's plans to write about logic go back at least as far as 1803, but it was not until the 1820s that he undertook to write a book... Ausführliche Beschreibung

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Verfasserangabe: Samuel Taylor Coleridge; James Robert de Jager Jackson.
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veröffentlicht: Princeton, NJ : Princeton University Press, [2019]
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Enthält auch: Frontmatter -- Contents -- List Of Illustrations -- Acknowledgments -- Editorial Practice, Symbols, And Abbreviations -- Chronological Table -- Editor's Introduction -- Introductory Chapters -- Chapter I. Sketch Of The History Of Logic -- Chapter II -- Part One -- Preface -- Chapter I. Pure Logic Or The Canon -- Chapter II. On The Logical Acts -- Part Two. The Criterion Or Dialectic -- Chapter I -- Chapter II. On The Discussion Of The Premises In All Logical Reasoning -- Chapter III -- Chapter IV. Judicial Logic, Including The Pure Aesthetic -- Chapter V. Of Analytic And Synthetic Judgments -- Chapter VI. Analytic Judgments-The Common Principle Of -- Chapter VII. Of Synthetic Judgments And Their Principle -- Chapter VIII. On Synthesis A Priori -- Chapter IX. On Mathematical Or Intuitive And Logical Or Discursive Synthesis A Priori -- Chapter X. On Mathematical Evidence -- Chapter XI. Of The Ways And Means By Which The Mind Arrives At Mathematical Evidence -- Chapter XII. On Synthetic Judgments A Priori Other Than Mathematical, Or On The A Priori Connections Of The Understanding, Or Logical Conceivability -- Chapter XIII. Of Transcendental Logic Positively -- Chapter XIV -- Editor's Appendixes -- Appendix A. Green's Table Of Contents -- Appendix B. A Preliminary Outline Of The Logic -- Appendix C. Reflections On The Beginning Of Aristotle's Categories -- Appendix D. A Note On The Division Of Thought Into Metaphysics And Physics -- Appendix E. An Introductory Discussion Of The Syllogism -- Appendix F. A Draft Of A Section Of The Logic In Coleridge's Hand -- Appendix G. Editor's Analytical Outline Of The Logic -- Index -- Index Of Greek Words And Phrases
Frontmatter -- Contents -- List Of Illustrations -- Acknowledgments -- Editorial Practice, Symbols, And Abbreviations -- Chronological Table -- Editor's Introduction -- Introductory Chapters -- Chapter I. Sketch Of The History Of Logic -- Chapter II -- Part One -- Preface -- Chapter I. Pure Logic Or The Canon -- Chapter II. On The Logical Acts -- Part Two. The Criterion Or Dialectic -- Chapter I -- Chapter II. On The Discussion Of The Premises In All Logical Reasoning -- Chapter III -- Chapter IV. Judicial Logic, Including The Pure Aesthetic -- Chapter V. Of Analytic And Synthetic Judgments -- Chapter VI. Analytic Judgments-The Common Principle Of -- Chapter VII. Of Synthetic Judgments And Their Principle -- Chapter VIII. On Synthesis A Priori -- Chapter IX. On Mathematical Or Intuitive And Logical Or Discursive Synthesis A Priori -- Chapter X. On Mathematical Evidence -- Chapter XI. Of The Ways And Means By Which The Mind Arrives At Mathematical Evidence -- Chapter XII. On Synthetic Judgments A Priori Other Than Mathematical, Or On The A Priori Connections Of The Understanding, Or Logical Conceivability -- Chapter XIII. Of Transcendental Logic Positively -- Chapter XIV -- Editor's Appendixes -- Appendix A. Green's Table Of Contents -- Appendix B. A Preliminary Outline Of The Logic -- Appendix C. Reflections On The Beginning Of Aristotle's Categories -- Appendix D. A Note On The Division Of Thought Into Metaphysics And Physics -- Appendix E. An Introductory Discussion Of The Syllogism -- Appendix F. A Draft Of A Section Of The Logic In Coleridge's Hand -- Appendix G. Editor's Analytical Outline Of The Logic -- Index -- Index Of Greek Words And Phrases
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