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by George Boole

Author: George Boole
Subcategory: Mathematics
Language: English
Publisher: Cosimo Classics (May 1, 2007)
Pages: 440 pages
Category: Math and Science
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An Investigation of the Laws of Thought on Which are Founded the Mathematical Theories of Logic and Probabilities by George Boole, published in 1854, is the second of Boole's two monographs on algebraic logic.

An Investigation of the Laws of Thought on Which are Founded the Mathematical Theories of Logic and Probabilities by George Boole, published in 1854, is the second of Boole's two monographs on algebraic logic. Boole was a professor of mathematics at what was then Queen's College, Cork (now University College Cork), in Ireland.

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First published in 1854, this is the classic treatise by British mathematician and philosopher GEORGE BOOLE (18151864) in which he develops a system for representing logic in algebraic form. Expanding on ideas first presented in his 1847 pamphlet The Mathematical Analysis of Logic, Boolefor whom the mathematical term boolean was coineddiscusses: derivation of his laws principles of symbolic reasoning conditions of a perfect method general method in probabilities Aristotelian logic and more.

Book is very neat and clean. George Boole is genius of logic(after Frege, Aristotle and Russell) As a database programmer who relies heavily on Boolean logic I much appreciated a look behind the curtains of George Boole's impressive work. 2 people found this helpful. George Boole is genius of logic(after Frege, Aristotle and Russell). One person found this helpful. As a database programmer who relies heavily on Boolean logic I much appreciated a look behind the curtains of George Boole's impressive work.

And these symbols of Logic are in their use subject to definite laws, partly agreeing with and partly differing from the laws of the corresponding symbols in the science of Algebra. Встречается в книгах (26) с 1854 по 2007

And these symbols of Logic are in their use subject to definite laws, partly agreeing with and partly differing from the laws of the corresponding symbols in the science of Algebra. Встречается в книгах (26) с 1854 по 2007. Стр. 69 - The employment of the uninterpretable symbol / - i in the intermediate processes of trigonometry furnishes an illustration of what has been said.

Self-taught mathematician and father of Boolean algebra, George Boole (1815–1864) published An Investigation .

Self-taught mathematician and father of Boolean algebra, George Boole (1815–1864) published An Investigation of the Laws of Thought in 1854.

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Start by marking An Investigation of the Laws of Thought as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. I really enjoy reading the source materials of major innovators like this and especially when their subject matter lends itself (or nearly) to layman readers. The free kindle version I had did have textual defects due to scanning which This is clearly an excellent historical piece with an impact on modern society that is difficult to measure.

"First published in 1854, this is the classic treatise by British mathematician and philosopher GEORGE BOOLE (1815¿1864) in which he develops a system for representing logic in algebraic form. Expanding on ideas first presented in his 1847 pamphlet ¿The Mathematical Analysis of Logic,¿ Boole¿for whom the mathematical term ¿boolean¿ was coined¿discusses: ¿ derivation of his laws ¿ principles of symbolic reasoning ¿ conditions of a perfect method ¿ general method in probabilities ¿ Aristotelian logic ¿ and more. A foundational work by the thinker who paved the way for modern electronics and our information age, this is must-reading for students of mathematics and the history of contemporary science. "