Logic as the cross-classification and selection of arbitrary elements

by F. Creedy. by F. Creedy

Publisher: Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pa

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SeriesLehigh University. Institute of Research. Circular no. 56. Studies in the humanities, no. 10, Circular (Lehigh University. Institute of Research) -- no. 56., Circular (Lehigh University. Institute of Research) -- no. 10.
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