Philosophical Writings of Peirce

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Courier Corporation, 1940 - Philosophy - 386 pages
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Arranged and integrated to reveal epistemology, phenomenology, theory of signs, other major topics. Includes "The Fixation of Beliefs," "How to Make Our Ideas Clear," "The Scientific Attitude and Fallibilism," "Philosophy and the Sciences: A Classification," " The Principles of Phenomenology," " Logic as Semiotic: The Theory of Signs," and "The Criterion of Validity in Reasoning."
  

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Not a bad read. Quite dry though. Peirce was a Scotist logician; and that doesn't make for an incredibly enjoyable read. My preference is for the more speculative metaphysical philosophies; but I don ... Read full review

Review: Philosophical Writings of Peirce

User Review  - Erick - Goodreads

Not a bad read. Quite dry though. Peirce was a Scotist logician; and that doesn't make for an incredibly enjoyable read. My preference is for the more speculative metaphysical philosophies; but I don ... Read full review

Contents

I
ix
II
1
III
5
IV
23
V
42
VI
60
VII
74
VIII
98
XVI
218
XVII
228
XVIII
251
XIX
269
XX
290
XXI
302
XXII
306
XXIII
310

IX
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X
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XI
135
XII
150
XIII
157
XIV
174
XV
190
XXIV
315
XXV
324
XXVI
339
XXVII
354
XXVIII
361
XXIX
375
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