Collected papers of Charles Sanders Peirce. Volume 7, Science and philosophy. Volume 8, Reviews, correspondence, and bibliography (Book, 1958) [WorldCat.org]
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Collected papers of Charles Sanders Peirce. Volume 7, Science and philosophy. Volume 8, Reviews, correspondence, and bibliography

Author: Charles Sanders Peirce; Arthur Walter Burks
Publisher: Cambridge (Mass.) : The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press : cop. 1958.
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Named Person: Charles Sanders Peirce; Charles Sanders Peirce
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Charles Sanders Peirce; Arthur Walter Burks
ISBN: 0674138031 9780674138032
OCLC Number: 494090093
Notes: Autre tirage : 1966.
Description: 2 vol. en 1 (XVI-415, X-352 p.) ; 24 cm.
Contents: BOOK I. EXPERIMENTAL SCIENCE 1. MEASUREMENT OF THE FORCE OF GRAVITY A Source of Error in Pendulum Measurements Six Reasons for the Prosecution of Pendulum Experiments Chapter 2. SMALL DIFFERENCES OF SENSATION Original Paper Later Reflections BOOK II. SCIENTIFIC METHOD 1. SCIENTIFIC METHOD Science Logic and Scientific Method Scientific Method Simplicity Kinds of Reasoning Kinds of Induction Uniformity of Nature 2. ECONOMY OF RESEARCH Original Paper Later Reflections 3. THE LOGIC OF DRAWING HISTORY FROM ANCIENT DOCUMENTS Abstract The Theory of Balancing Likelihoods Criticism of the Theory of Balancing Likelihoods The Logic of Science Regularity and Explanation Abduction, Induction, and Deduction Three Kinds of Induction Abduction The Logic of History Application of the Method 4. NOTES ON SCIENCE The Study of Great Men The History of Science Measurement 5. THE LOGIC OF 1873 Investigation Logic Observation and Reasoning Reality Time and Thought Belief Pragmatism Book III. PHILOSOPHY OF MIND Chapter 1. PSYCHOGNOSY Introduction Consciousness and Purpose Mind and Body Nomological Psychognosy Psychology Classificatory Psychognosy 2. ASSOCIATION General Characteristics of Mental Action Contiguity and Resemblance Defence of Author's Opinions Stated in [Sec. 2] Psychological Truths Needed in Logic Theoretical Interest Experience and Inference Uncontrolled Inference Association and Inference Association and the Law of Mind 3. HABIT Laws of Physics Non-Conservative Actions Relative and Absolute Motion Psychical Action Association Law of Action of Ideas Physics and Psychics Evolution of the Laws of Nature Chance and Law 4. CONSCIOUSNESS Categories of Experience Forms of Consciousness Consciousness and Reasoning What is the Use of Consciousness? Synechism and Immortality Consciousness and Language 5. TELEPATHY AND PERCEPTION Telepathy The Scientific Attitude Perception A Programme The Percipuum Conclusion Index of Proper Names Index of Subjects
Responsibility: edited by Arthur W. Burks.

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