Analysis of Mr. Mill's System of Logic

By: W. Stebbing
Published By: Double9 Books
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W. Stebbing, a British philosopher and logician, wrote "Analysis of Mr. Mill's System of Logic" as a critical study. Some stories are gruesome and bizarre, while others softly creep up on you and pull you in. Stebbing examines and evaluates John Stuart Mill's influential work, "A System of Logic," in depth in this book. Stebbing's investigation is a thorough and careful examination of Mill's reasoning system. He delves into Mill's fundamental notions, like induction procedures and reasoning principles, and critically assesses his advantages and faults. Stebbing additionally provides his own opinions and critiques on Mill's beliefs on causation, inference, and the nature of scientific thinking. One of the fundamental arguments in Stebbing's research is the fact that Mill's theory, while pioneering in many ways, has limitations and inconsistencies. Stebbing meticulously dissects Mill's theories, highlighting areas in which he believes Mill's argument falls short and lacks clarity. Stebbing's prose is distinguished throughout the story by its accuracy and intellectual rigor. He approaches Mill's ideas with a critical but respectful perspective, trying to provide readers with a fuller grasp of Mill's work's intricacies and complexity.

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W. Stebbing

William Stebbing was a British journalist who lived from 16 May 1831 to 27 May 1926. He was the Rev. Dr. Henry Stebbing's son, and Thomas Roscoe Rede Stebbing was one of his brothers. He went to Westminster School, King's College London, Lincoln College, Oxford, and Worcester College, Oxford for his education. He graduated with honors in Moderations in 1852, Literae humaniores in 1853, and School of Law and Modern History in 1854. Lincoln's Inn summoned him to the bar, where he worked as a conveyancer and equity barrister. Under John Thadeus Delane, he was a leader writer for The Times, and in 1870, he succeeded George Webbe Dasent as the paper's associate editor. When Delane retired in 1877, Stebbing took over as editor until Thomas Chenery was appointed in 1878, when he retired as assistant editor but continued to write articles. He also contributed to the Saturday Review and the Edinburgh Review. He was a member of the Reform Club and, beginning in 1881, the Athenaeum. He married Anne Pinckard Pidgeon (daughter of Jonathon Sills Pidgeon) in 1870, and they had three boys and two daughters.

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Product Details

  • Publisher: Double 9 Books
  • Publishing Year: 2023
  • Language: English
  • Paperback: 144Pages
  • ISBN-10:9359323225
  • ISBN-13:9789359323220
  • Item Weight: 216g
  • Dimension : 216 x 140 x 8.32mm
  • Country of Origin : India
  • Importer: Double 9 Books
  • Packer: Double 9 Books
  • Book Type : Philosophy / General