George Boole Quote

That logic, as a science, is susceptible of very wide applications is admitted; but it is equally certain that its ultimate forms and processes are mathematical.


p. 12; Cited in: William Stanley Jevons (1887) The Principles of Science: : A Treatise on Logic and Scientific Method. p. 155 - An Investigation of the Laws of Thought (1854)

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That logic, as a science, is susceptible of very wide applications is admitted; but it is equally certain that its ultimate forms and processes are...

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That logic, as a science, is susceptible of very wide applications is admitted; but it is equally certain that its ultimate forms and processes are...

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That logic, as a science, is susceptible of very wide applications is admitted; but it is equally certain that its ultimate forms and processes are...

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That logic, as a science, is susceptible of very wide applications is admitted; but it is equally certain that its ultimate forms and processes are...