That is the whole gist of this book.
The reader comes to feel through Boole's intense, serious, and sometimes labored writing that the birth of something very important is being witnessed.
By beginning with Aristotle, Corcoran's analysis provides an exceptionally clear account of Boole's positive contributions to logic.
Thanks very much. Book is very neat and clean. George Boole is genius of logic(after Frege, Aristotle and Russell) .Published 4 months ago by Victor Dzundza
Not recommended for general reading. This may be relevant for researchers in academia. Esoteric and quite boring to the general reader.Published 17 months ago by Hai Benron
Boole is often considered the founder of modern mathematical logic and I was looking forward to browsing through the Kindle version of his book. Read morePublished on December 16, 2011 by William R. Shockley
The content of An Investigation of the Laws of Thought is valuable if you are taking a course in Discrete Mathematics.Published on October 8, 2011 by J. Mertens
This is a fantastic book which exceeded my expectations by a large margin.
I was expecting some philosophy and Boolean algebra axioms for the most part. Read more
Descartes made a revolutionary move when he symbolized geometry with algebra and used the methods of algebra to solve geometrical problems. Read morePublished on April 27, 2008 by GangstaLawya
The most important part of this very important book is chapters 16-21 on the application of Boole's unique approach to standard algebra to probability(Boolean algebra is NOT the... Read morePublished on March 27, 2007 by Michael Emmett Brady