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In Comparative Studies in Society and History. Other major changes in this edition include expanded coverage of globalization and its consequences and a new section on terror­ism in the chapter on global social problems. Frege argued that the principles of deductive reasoning are purely formal principles, which means that their correct application does not depend on an ability to understand the sentences involved, so long as they have been put into the correct logical form.

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Publisher: University of Hawaii Press (July 1, 1999)

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