Table of Contents: Volume 2

Preface

xi

Acknowledgments

xix

Introduction

xxi

The
Decisive Year and Its Early Consequences Max H. Fisch 
xxi

The
Journal of Speculative Philosophy Papers C. V. Delaney 
xxxvi

The
1870 Logic of Relatives Memoir Daniel D. Merrill 
xlii

1.
[The Logic Notebook] 
1

[THE AMERICAN ACADEMY SERIES]

2. On an Improvement in Boole's Calculus of Logic

12

3. On the Natural Classification of Arguments

23

4.
On a New List of Categories 
49

5. Upon the Logic of Mathematics

59

6. Upon Logical Comprehension and Extension 
70

7. Notes

87

8.
[Venn's The Logic of Chance] 
98

9.
Chapter I. One, Two, and Three 
103

10. Specimen of a Dictionary of the Terms of Logic and allied Sciences: A to ABS

105

11.
[Critique of Positivism] 
122

[THE PEIRCEHARRIS EXCHANGE ON HEGEL]

12.
Paul Janet and Hegel, by W. T. Harris 
132

13.
Letter, Peirce to W. T. Harris (24 January 1868) 
143

14.
Nominalism versus Realism 
144

15.
Letter, Peirce to W. T. Harris (16 March 1868) 
154

16.
What is Meant by "Determined" 
155

17.
Letter, Peirce to W. T. Harris (9 April 1868) 
158

[THE JOURNAL OF SPECULATIVE PHILOSOPHY SERIES]

18.
Questions on Reality 
162

19.
Potentia ex Impotentia 
187

20.
Letter, Peirce to W. T. Harris (30 November 1868) 
192

21.
Questions Concerning Certain Faculties Claimed for Man 
193

22.
Some Consequences of Four Incapacities 
211

23.
Grounds of Validity of the Laws of Logic 
242

24.
Professor Porter's Human Intellect 
273

25. The Pairing of the Elements

282

26.
Roscoe's Spectrum Analysis 
285

27.
[The Solar Eclipse of 7 August 1869] 
290

28.
Preliminary Sketch of Logic 
294

29. [The Logic Notebook]

298

30.
The English Doctrine of Ideas 
302

[LECTURES ON BRITISH LOGICIANS]

31.
Lecture I. Early nominalism and realism 
310

32.
Ockam. Lecture 3 
317

33.
Whewell 
337

[PRACTICAL LOGIC]

34.
Lessons in Practical Logic 
348

35.
A Practical Treatise on Logic and Methodology 
350

36.
Rules of Investigation 
351

37.
Practical Logic 
353

38.
Chapter 2 
356

39. Description of a Notation for the Logic of Relatives

359

40.
A System of Logic 
430

41.
[Henry James's The Secret of Swedenborg] 
433

42.
Notes for Lectures on Logic to be given 1st term 187071 
439

43.
Bain's Logic 
441

44. Letter, Peirce to W. S. Jevons

445

45.
[Augustus De Morgan] 
448

46. Of the Copulas of Algebra

451

47.
[Charles Babbage] 
457

[THE BERKELEY REVIEW]

48.
[Fraser's The Works of George Berkeley] 
462

49.
[Peirce's Berkeley Review], by Chauncey Wright 
487

50.
Mr. Peirce and the Realists 
490

APPENDIX

51. Letter, J. E. Oliver to Peirce

492

Editorial Notes

499

Bibliography of Peirce's References

555

Chronological List, 18671871

564

TEXTUAL APPARATUS

Essay on Editorial Method

469

Explanation of Symbols

582

Textual Notes

584

Emendations

586

Word Division

629

Index

632
