Logick: Or, the Right Use of Reason in the Inquiry After Truth
Title continues: "With a Variety of rules to Guard Against Error, in the affairs of Religion and Human Life, As well as in the Sciences." Though best known as a hymn writer, Isaac Watts (1674-1748) also wrote this popular book on logic. First published in 1724, the book is meant for beginners in logic and divides its study into four parts: Perception, Judgement, Reasoning, and Method. Watts' Logic became the standard text on the subject at Oxford, Cambridge, Harvard, and Yale, being used at Oxford for well over 100 years.
Publisher: J. Buckland et al
Date Published: 1782
Place Published: London
Condition: Very good +
Dust Jacket: No
Jacket Condition: n/a
Details: x, 365,  p. 22 cm. Full leather. Spine decorated in gilt with flowers, stems, and banenrs. Burgundy spine label. Upper corners worn and spine tail very slightly chipped. Light foxing. Some offsetting on a front page.