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Philosophical writings of Peirce,

Author: Charles S Peirce
Publisher: New York, Dover Publications [1955]
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Named Person: Charles S Peirce; Charles S Peirce
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Charles S Peirce
ISBN: 0486202178 9780486202174
OCLC Number: 166727
Notes: "An unabridged and unaltered republication of the book first published in 1940 under the title 'The philosophy of Peirce: selected writings.'"
Description: 386 p. illus. 21 cm.
Contents: Concerning the author --
The fixation of belief --
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 --
The criterion of validity in reasoning --
What is a leading principle? --
The nature of mathematics --
Abduction and induction --
On the doctrine of chances, with later reflections --
The probablity of induction --
The general theory of probable inference --
Uniformity --
Come consequences of four incapacities --
The essentials of pragmatism --
Pragmatism in retrospect : a last formulation --
Critical common-sensism --
Perceptual judgments --
Two notes : motives, on percepts --
The approach to metaphysics --
The architecture of theories --
The doctrine of necessity examined --
The law of mind --
Synechism, fallibilism, and evolution --
Evoluntionary love --
The concept of god
Other Titles: Philosophy of Peirce
Responsibility: selected and edited with an introd. by Justus Buchler.

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