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Collected Papers of Charles Sanders Peirce, Volumes III and IV: Exact Logic (Published Papers) and The Simplest Mathematics

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ISBN 9780674138018

Publication Date: 01/01/1933

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1064 pages

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Belknap Press

Collected Papers of Charles Sanders Peirce

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  • Introduction
  • Editorial Note
  • I. On an Improvement in Boole’s Calculus of Logic (1867)
  • II. Upon the Logic of Mathematics (1867)
    • 1. The Boolian Calculus
    • 2. On Arithmetic
  • III. Description of a Notation for the Logic of Relatives, Resulting from an Amplification of the Conceptions of Boole’s Calculus of Logic (1870)
    • 1. De Morgan’s Notation
    • 2. General Definitions of the Algebraic Signs
    • 3. Application of the Algebraic Signs to Logic
    • 4. General Formulæ
    • 5. General Method of Working with this Notation
    • 6. Properties of Particular Relative Terms
  • IV. On the Application of Logical Analysis to Multiple Algebra (1875)
  • V. Note on Grassmann’s Calculus of Extension (1877)
  • VI. On the Algebra of Logic (1880)
    • Part I. Syllogistic
      • 1. Derivation of Logic
      • 2. Syllogism and Dialogism
      • 3. Forms of Propositions
      • 4. The Algebra of the Copula
    • Part II. The Logic of Non-Relative Terms
      • 1. The Internal Multiplication and the Addition of Logic
      • 2. The Resolution of Problems in Non-Relative Logic
    • Part III. The Logic of Relatives
      • 1. Individual and Simple Terms
      • 2. Relatives
      • 3. Relatives connected by Transposition of Relate and Correlate
      • 4. Classification of Relatives
      • 5. The Composition of Relatives
      • 6. Methods in the Algebra of Relatives
      • 7. The General Formulæ for Relatives
  • VII. On the Logic of Number (1881)
    • 1. Definition of Quantity
    • 2. Simple Quantity
    • 3. Discrete Quantity
    • 4. Semi-infinite Quantity
    • 5. Discrete Simple Quantity Infinitein both Directions
    • 6. Limited Discrete Simple Quantity
  • VIII. Associative Algebras (1881)
    • 1. On the Relative Forms of the Algebras
    • 2. On the Algebras in which Division is Unambiguous
  • IX. Brief Description of the Algebra of Relatives (1882)
  • X. On the Relative Forms of Quaternions (1882)
  • XI. On a Class of Multiple Algebras (1882)
  • XII. The Logic of Relatives (1883)
  • XIII. On the Algebra of Logic: A Contribution to the Philosophy of Notation (1885)
    • 1. Three Kinds of Signs
    • 2. Non-Relative Logic
    • 3. First-Intentional Logic of Relatives
    • 4. Second-Intentional Logic
    • 5. Note
  • XIV. The Critic of Arguments (1892)
    • 1. Exact Thinking
    • 2. The Reader is Introduced to Relatives
  • XV. The Regenerated Logic (1896)
  • XVI. The Logic of Relations (1897)
    • 1. Three Grades of Clearness
    • 2. Of the Term Relation in its First Grade of Clearness
    • 3. Of Relation in the Second Grade of Clearness
    • 4. Of Relation in the Third Grade of Clearness
    • 5. Triads, the Primitive Relatives
    • 6. Relatives of Second Intention
    • 7. The Algebra of Dyadic Relatives
    • 8. General Algebra of Logic
    • 9. Method of Calculating with the General Algebra
    • 10. Schroder’s Conception of Logical Problems
    • 11. Professor Schroder’s Pentagrammatical Notation
    • 12. Professor Schroder’s Iconic Solution of
    • 13. Introduction to the Logic of Quantity
  • XVII. The Logic of Mathematics in Relation to Education (1808)
    • 1. Of Mathematics in General
    • 2. Of Pure Number
  • XVIII. Infinitesimals (1900)
  • XIX. Nomenclacture and Divisions of Dyadic Relations (1903)
    • 1. Nomenclature
    • 2. First System of Divisions
    • 3. Second System of Divisions
    • 4. Third System of Divisions
    • 5. Fourth System of Divisions
    • 6. Note on the Nomenclature and Divisions of Modal Dyadic Relations
  • XX. Notes on Symbolic Logic and Mathematics (1901 and 1911)
    • 1. Imaging
    • 2. Individual
    • 3. Involution
    • 4. Logic (exact)
    • 5. Multitude (in mathematics)
    • 6. Postulate
    • 7. Presupposition
    • 8. Relatives
    • 9. Transposition
  • Appendix: On Nónions
  • Index of Proper Names
  • Index of Subjects

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