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Between Leibniz and Mill: Kant’s Logic and the Rhetoric of Psychologism

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  • Concept Formation
  • Intuitionistic Logic
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Posy, C.J. (2003). Between Leibniz and Mill: Kant’s Logic and the Rhetoric of Psychologism. In: Jacquette, D. (eds) Philosophy, Psychology, and Psychologism. Philosophical Studies Series, vol 91. Springer, Dordrecht. https://doi.org/10.1007/0-306-48134-0_3

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