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Elements of Logic; Comprising the Doctrine of the Laws and Products of Thought, and the Doctrine of Method, Together with a Logical Praxis

by Henry Noble Day | 07 February 2012
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Category: General History
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Purchase of this book includes free trial access to www.million-books.com where you can read more than a million books for free. This is an OCR edition with typos. Excerpt from book: PURE LOGIC. PART I. THE ELEMENTS OF THOUGHT. CHAPTER I. THE NATURE OF THOUGHT. 7. The First Part of Logical Doctrine embraces the Doctrine of the Elements of Thought. These Elements consist of the necessary Conditions of Thought, and the Products of Thought. This first part of Logic accordingly comprehends two leading departments, treating severally ? I. Of the Laws Op Thought; II. Of the Products Op Thought. In order, however, to the more exact determination of the nature and validity of these Laws of Thought, and of the characters and relationships of these Products of Thought, it will be necessary to define, more precisely than we have yet done, the nature of Thought itself, so far as Logic takes cognizance of it. 8. Thought, in its limited import, as denoting the product of the Discursive Intelligence, is a relative Thought a . . ' relative cog- COgnitlOn. nition. In Perception, the cognition is immediate and independent; the knowledge is of something considered directly and in itself. When I see an individual object thus, ? say Bucephalus, or Highflyer, ? or when I represent him in imagination, I have a direct and immediate apprehension of a certain objectin and through itself. There is no relation in such a cognition as a mere perception. But such is the nature of the complex activity of the human mind, and such the connection between its several energies, that while the activity is always first awakened by a perception, every perception draws on, as by a necessity, the exertion of other energies. Thus, when I perceive Bucephalus, I at once have awakened in my mind the intuitive idea of existence. There are thus present in the mind at the same time the two cognitions; that of Perception ? Bucephalus ? and that of Intuition ? Existen...
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Synopsis
Purchase of this book includes free trial access to www.million-books.com where you can read more than a million books for free. This is an OCR edition with typos. Excerpt from book: PURE LOGIC. PART I. THE ELEMENTS OF THOUGHT. CHAPTER I. THE NATURE OF THOUGHT. 7. The First Part of Logical Doctrine embraces the Doctrine of the Elements of Thought. These Elements consist of the necessary Conditions of Thought, and the Products of Thought. This first part of Logic accordingly comprehends two leading departments, treating severally ? I. Of the Laws Op Thought; II. Of the Products Op Thought. In order, however, to the more exact determination of the nature and validity of these Laws of Thought, and of the characters and relationships of these Products of Thought, it will be necessary to define, more precisely than we have yet done, the nature of Thought itself, so far as Logic takes cognizance of it. 8. Thought, in its limited import, as denoting the product of the Discursive Intelligence, is a relative Thought a . . ' relative cog- COgnitlOn. nition. In Perception, the cognition is immediate and independent; the knowledge is of something considered directly and in itself. When I see an individual object thus, ? say Bucephalus, or Highflyer, ? or when I represent him in imagination, I have a direct and immediate apprehension of a certain objectin and through itself. There is no relation in such a cognition as a mere perception. But such is the nature of the complex activity of the human mind, and such the connection between its several energies, that while the activity is always first awakened by a perception, every perception draws on, as by a necessity, the exertion of other energies. Thus, when I perceive Bucephalus, I at once have awakened in my mind the intuitive idea of existence. There are thus present in the mind at the same time the two cognitions; that of Perception ? Bucephalus ? and that of Intuition ? Existen...
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ISBN - 9780217943192
Format - PAPERBACK
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Published - 07/02/2012
Categories - All, Books, History and Politics, History Books, General History
No. of Pages - 76
Weight - 282
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Language - en-US
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