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(From manuscripts in the Royal Society Library, probably before 1851.) George Boole. Of propositions numerically definite. A reprint of 194. Studies in logic and probability, by George Boole, Watts & Co., London 1952, and the Open Court Publishing Company, LaSalle, Illinois, 1952, pp. 167–186. George Boole. The claims of science, especially as founded in its relation to human nature. Studies in logic and probability, by George Boole, Watts & Co., London 1952, and the Open Court Publishing Company, LaSalle, Illinois, 1952, pp. 187–210. (Lecture published in London, 1851.) George Boole. Logic and reasoning. Studies in logic and probability, by George Boole, Watts & Co., London 1952, and the Open Court Publishing Company, LaSalle, Illinois, 1952, pp. 211–229. (From Royal Society manuscripts, after 1855.) George Boole. Extracts from a paper entitled “On the mathematical theory of logic and on the philosophical interpretation of its methods and processes.” Studies in logic and probability, by George Boole, Watts & Co., London 1952, and the Open Court Publishing Company, LaSalle, Illinois, 1952, pp. 230–246. (From Royal Society manuscripts, later than 1855.)

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