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" Ji & ff so as to coincide with DE. This seems to me to constitute the essential characteristic of his scheme, which is worked out in a variety of figures of a more or less complicated kind. It is decidedly cumbrous, and not entirely effective as regards... "
Symbolic Logic - Page 429
by John Venn - 1881 - 446 pages
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Lectures on Metaphysics and Logic: lectures on metaphysics. 3-4 Lectures on ...

Sir William Hamilton - Metaphysics - 1860
...which it is not (if I recollect aright) honored with a single reference. It is, however, curious, as the only attempt made to illustrate Logic, not by...the relations of geometrical relations — angles. 1, It is fundamentally wrong in principle. For example, Maass proposes to represent coinclusive notions...
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Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society: Mathematical ..., Volume 4

Cambridge Philosophical Society - Science - 1883
...contained in such a second proposition. (Logik, p. 294.) ^^ Ji & ff so as to coincide with DE. This seems to me to constitute the essential characteristic...somewhat directly. A departure from this plan was made, shortly after the date of Euler's letters, by Lambert, who introduced a more indirect scheme of diagrammatic...
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Symbolic Logic

John Venn - Mathematics - 2006 - 540 pages
...of class relations. Hence his judgment, hurled in a blast of wrathful and contemptuous condemnation, that this is " the only attempt made to illustrate...analogous case of the relative extent of closed figures, and therefore tell their tale some1 He went to his grave, apparently, regards his judgement of Maass,...
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Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society: Mathematical ..., Volume 4

Cambridge Philosophical Society - Science - 1883
..."All X is all F" we have only to conceive it transferred ^L JB & O so as to coincide with DE. This seems to me to constitute the essential characteristic...somewhat directly. A departure from this plan was made, shortly after the date of Euler's letters, by Lambert, who introduced a more indirect scheme of diagrammatic...
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