Exploring Topics in the History and Philosophy of Logic

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For example, one would not ask, "What is the thing that is a horse and is coming down the road?" We have decided to come together for a regular series of informal meetings to discuss our work and share ideas. And among the Jews of the Middle Ages it was expressed in their reading of the Holy Writ. Following the introduction of conscription, Binet’s intelligence tests were applied by Robert Yerkes to test the mental fitness of US army recruits.

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Publisher: De Gruyter (August 28, 2015)

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