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" It then becomes a question of judgment which of these is the simplest and best. For instance, in the last example but one, there are a quantity of alternative ways of reading off our conclusion ; and until this is done the problem cannot be said to be... "
Symbolic Logic - Page 121
by John Venn - 1881 - 446 pages
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Philosophical Magazine

Physics - 1880
...cannot be said to be solved. I cannot see that any machine can hope to help us except in the thii-d of these steps ; so that it seems very doubtful whether...of diagrams, the additional help to be obtained by report to any kind of mechanical contrivance is very slight indeed. So very little trouble is required...
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Symbolic Logic

John Venn - Mathematics - 2006 - 540 pages
...between them the problem cannot be said to be solved. I hardly see how any machine can hope to assist us except in the third of these steps; so that it...of mechanical contrivance is very slight indeed. So little trouble is required to sketch out a fresh diagram for ourselves on each occasion, that it is...
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Philosophical Magazine: A Journal of Theoretical, Experimental and Applied ...

Science - 1880
...proposition to its elementary denials. It would task the energies of a machine to deal at once, say, with all the premises employed even in the few examples here...here, to the aid of diagrams, the additional help to bo obtained by resort to any kind of mechanical contrivance is very slight indeed. So very little trouble...
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