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Of the first series of Essays in this volume, about one half have already appeared in the Fortnightly Review and other journals, and are republished with the kind permission of the Editors. They were all written in the first instance as lectures for various more or less popular societies.
The four more technical papers at the end were read some years ago before the Aristotelian Society in London, and are reprinted partly from Mind and partly from the Proceedings of that society. They had for their aim the closer connexion of Logical Science with the concrete problems of knowledge.
BIRMINGHAM, March 25th, 1902.