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Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book without typos from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. I introductory Thought is so wonderful and incomparable a thing that it is all the more deplorable that so many men use it indifferently.

They will This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. They will plan the building of a house, or a summer trip, to the smallest detail, but will permit their minds to remain in an almost continuous state of disorder. How many men ever stop seriously to analyze the workings of their minds, or carefully to consider by what means they reach certain conclusions? Thinking, like breathing, comes so naturally to them that they do not see any necessity for study.

To others thought is so complex and evanescent that any attempt at classification of ideas seems an altogether hopeless undertaking. When, however, we find men so often entangled in mental absurdities, we are led to believe that some such study is essential to clear and accurate thinking.

Disputation is carried on by most men as a spontaneous act. There are no rules by which the speaker is governed.

But it should be remembered that "It is by a long, careful, patient analysis of the reasoning by which others have attained results, that we learn to think more correctly ourselves. We should profit by the warning of Darwin who acknowledged that he almost entirely lost his taste for Shakespeare, poetry, and music, because he allowed his mind to become a kind of machine for grinding general laws out of large collections of facts.

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