A small, 206-page book meant to serve as a “thesaurus” of elementary logic. It is a concise handbook on the elementary principles of the rational technique in performing applied philosophy.
Nowhere in the international bibliography is there to be found such a precise presentation of the elementary principles through which our rationality established its philosophical-scientific-social architectures.
It can be viewed as a valuable guide to addressing or regulating one’s own critical system or that of others.
Outlined in its pages are the principles used or referred to by the best philosophers of every age in formulating and expositing their personal wisdom.