chapter  25
Two Reviews of MacColl [1906]
Pages 15

I have just learnt that Dr. Stout has sent you my book to be reviewed for Mind. I am very glad of it, and none the less so because you and I do not happen to hold exactly the same views upon all points. I now know that the book will be reviewed fairly and impartially and by a competent critic, though in some respects from a somewhat different standpoint; more I do not desire. Our differences, such as they are, refer more, I think, to the conventional meanings of certain words, such as if and implies, than to important fundamental principles.…

By the way, in your paper on “Existential Import” (Mind, No. 55) you

vol.