LOGICK: OR, THE Right USE of REASON IN THE ENQUIRY After TRUTH: WITH A Variety of RULES to Guard Against Error, in the Affairs of RELIGION and HUMAN LIFE, as Well as in the SCIENCES
J. Buckland, and T. Longman, in Pater-Noster-Row, J. Waugh in Lombard-Street; E. Dilly in the Poultry; and T. Field in Cheapfide, 1763
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