Volume 1. Preface; Preface to first edition; Book I. Judgment: 1. The general nature of judgment; 2. The categorical and hypothetical forms of judgment; 3. The negative judgment; 4. The disjunctive judgment; 5. Principles of identity, contradiction, excluded middle, and double negation; 6. The quantity of judgments; 7. The modality of judgments; Book II. Part I. The General Nature of Inference: 1. Some characteristics of reasoning; 2. Some erroneous views; 3. A general idea of inference; 4. Principles of reasoning; 5. Negative reasoning; 6. Two conditions of inference; Book II. Part II. Inference Continued: 1. The theory of association of ideas; 2. The argument from particulars to particulars; 3. The inductive method of proof; 4. Jevons' equational logic. Volume 2. Book III. Part I. Inference Continued: 1. The enquiry reopened; 2. Fresh specimens of inference; 3. General characteristics of inference; 4. The main types of inference; 5. Another feature of inference; 6. The final essence of reasoning; 7. The beginnings of inference; Book III. Part II. Inference Continued: 1. Formal and material reasoning; 2. The cause and the because; 3. The validity of inference; 4. The validity of inference continued; Terminal Essays: 1. On inference; 2. On judgment; 3. On the extensional reading of judgments; 4. Uniqueness; 5. The 'this'; 6. The negative judgment; 7. Of the impossible, the unreal, the self-contradictory, and the unmeaning; 8. Some remarks on absolute truth and on probability; 9. A note on analysis; 10. A note on implication; 11. On the possible and the actual; 12. On theoretical and practical activity; Index.
This 1922 second edition of F. H. Bradley's major work, first published in 1883, includes an additional commentary and essays.