Logick: Or, the Right Use of Reason, in the Enquiry After Truth, ... By Isaac Watts, D.D.

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A. Millar, W. Cater, and G. Robson, 1797 - 324 pages

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Page 5 - LOGIC is the art of using REASON * well in our inquiries after truth, and the communication of it to others.
Page 68 - Use the most proper methods to retain that treasure of ideas which you have acquired; for the mind is ready to let many of them slip, unless some pains and labor be taken to fix them upon the memory.
Page 247 - ... and with the other in the minor, whence there follows a plain single conclusion : as, every human virtue is to be sought with diligence : prudence is a human virtue ; therefore prudence is to be sought diligently.

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