Chicago: The Open Court Publishing Company, 1914. First English language edition. Hardcover. Slim 8vo. , iv-xiv, , 4-98,  pp. Bound in red cloth with gold lettering on the front board and the spine. Brown paper dust jacket bearing the price of $1.50 net on the front panel and the spine panel (the latter with the amount being largely rubbed away). SEP, "The Algebra of Logic Tradition"; J J O'Connor and E F Robertson, "Louis Couturat", MacTutor History of Mathematics archive. Couturat is best-known as the most influential French mathematician and philosopher working in mathematical logic within the tradition developed by Frege, Russell, Peano, and others in the early twentieth-century. Couturat engaged in extensive correspondence with Russell and is still widely recognized for his influential work on Leibniz. The Algebra of Logic is a translation of L'Algèbre de la logique, his classic introduction to Boolean Algebra. A very attractive copy, quite difficult to find in dust jacket. Near Fine / Very Good. Item #00008990
Near Fine with Parisian bookseller's ticket on front pastedown (A. Blanchard) in a Very Good jacket with a few chips and tears (reinforced with archival tape on the reverse).