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To the end he was like an old troop horse, neighing and prancing at the voice of the trumpet, and once in the fray he cared only for victory, was dissatisfied unless it became a rout. Moreover, he caught at the chance for winning a reputation for exact and solid scholarship.

The Writings and Lectures of John Cook Wilson. Statement and Inference Vol. I. III. Logic and Cognate Studies. General and Special Logic.


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