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Collected Papers of Charles Sanders Peirce, Volumes VII and VIII: Science and Philosophy and Reviews, Correspondence and Bibliography

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ISBN 9780674138032

Publication Date: 01/01/1958

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  • Introduction
  • 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
    • 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
    • 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

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