John Stuart Mill, The Collected Works of John Stuart Mill, Volume VIII - A System of Logic Ratiocinative and Inductive Part II 
The Collected Works of John Stuart Mill, Volume VIII - A System of Logic Ratiocinative and Inductive, Being a Connected View of the Principles of Evidence and the Methods of Scientific Investigation (Books IV-VI and Appendices), ed. John M. Robson, Introduction by R.F. McRae (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1974).
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Vol. 8 of the 33 vol. Collected Works contains Part 2 of Mill’s System of Logic. It contains chapters on fallacies, methodology of the social sciences, and the science of history.
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- Book IV: Of Operations Subsidiary to Induction
- Chapter I: Of Observation and Description
- Chapter II: Of Abstraction, Or the Formation of Conceptions
- Chapter III: Of Naming, As Subsidiary to Induction
- Chapter IV: Of the Requisites of a Philosophical Language, and the Principles of Definition
- Chapter V: On the Natural History of the Variations In the Meaning of Terms
- Chapter VI: The Principles of a Philosophical Language Further Considered
- Chapter VII: Of Classification, As Subsidiary to Induction
- Chapter VIII: Of Classification By Series
- Book V: On Fallacies
- Chapter I: Of Fallacies In General
- Chapter II: Classification of Fallacies
- Chapter III: Fallacies of Simple Inspection; Or a Priori Fallacies
- Chapter IV: Fallacies of a Observation
- Chapter V: Fallacies of a Generalization
- Chapter VI: Fallacies of a Ratiocination
- Chapter VII: Fallacies of Confusion
- Book VI: On the Logic of the Moral Sciences
- Chapter I: Introductory Remarks
- Chapter II: Of Liberty and Necessity
- Chapter III: That There Is, Or May Be, a Science of Human Nature
- Chapter IV: Of the Laws of Mind
- Chapter V: Of Ethology, Or the Science of the Formation of Character
- Chapter VI: General Considerations On the Social Science
- Chapter VII: Of the Chemical, Or Experimental, Method In the Social Science
- Chapter VIII: Of the Geometrical, Or Abstract Method
- Chapter IX: Of the Physical, Or Concrete Deductive Method
- Chapter X: Of the Inverse Deductive, Or Historical Method
- Chapter XI: Additional Elucidations of the Science of History
- Chapter XII: Of the Logic of Practice, Or Art; Including Morality and Policy