Preface | xiii | |
Chronology | xix | |
Bibliographical Abbreviations in Editorial Matter | xxiii | |
Introduction | xxv | |
1. | Boolian Algebra-Elementary Explanations | 1 |
CORRESPONDENCE COURSE ON THE ART OF REASONING |
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2. | [Circular for Course on the Art of Reasoning] | 10 |
3. | [Follow-up Letter to Circular] | 15 |
4. | A Few Specimens of Exercises in the Art of Reasoning | 19 |
5. | Directions to Agents | 21 |
6. | [Letter to New Students] | 33 |
7. | [Orientation Letter to Marie Noble] | 35 |
8. | [Letter to Noble on the Nature of Reasoning] | 37 |
9. | [Reasoning Exercises: Number Series, Relational Graphs, and Card Games] | 41 |
10. | Boolian Algebra [Three Lessons] | 50 |
11. | [Two Letters from J. B. Loring on Algebra Lessons] | 54 |
12. | [Reply to Loring] | 56 |
13. | [Additional Exercises in Boolian Algebra] | 58 |
14. | [Science and Immortality] | 61 |
15. | Logical Machines | 65 |
THE PEIRCE-GURNEY DISPUTE OVER PHANTASMS OF THE LIVING |
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Cases Abstracted from Phantasms of the Living | ||
16. | Criticism on Phantasms of the Living: An Examination of an Argument of Messrs. Gurney, Myers, and Podmore | 74 |
17. | Remarks on Professor Peirce's Paper (by E. Gurney) | 82 |
18. | Mr. Peirce's Rejoinder | 101 |
19. | Remarks on Mr. Peirce's Rejoinder (by E. Gurney) | 142 |
20. | Number | 155 |
21. | Logic of Number | 156 |
A GUESS AT THE RIDDLE |
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22. | [Contents] | 166 |
23. | Chapter I. Trichotomy | 168 |
24. | [Chapter III.] The Triad in Metaphysics | 181 |
25. | Chapter IV. The Triad in Psychology | 182 |
26. | Chapter V. The Triad in Physiology | 188 |
27. | Chapter VI. The Triad in Biological Development | 199 |
28. | Chapter VII. The Triad in Physics | 203 |
29. | [Trichotomic] | 211 |
30. | Pendulum Observations at Fort Conger | 216 |
31. | Reflections on the Logic of Science | 246 |
32. | Note on the Analytical Representation of Space as a Section of a Higher Dimensional Space | 260 |
33. | Ordinal Geometry | 263 |
34. | [Mathematical Monads] | 268 |
35. | Review of Stock's Deductive Logic | 271 |
36. | Report on Gravity at the Smithsonian, Ann Arbor, Madison, and Cornell | 275 |
37. | [Reasoning] | 354 |
38. | On a Geometrical Notation | 357 |
39. | On the Numbers of Forms of Sets | 360 |
40. | The Formal Classification of Relations | 363 |
41. | Dual Relatives | 368 |
42. | Notes on Geometry of Plane Curves without Imaginaries | 372 |
43. | Review of Noel's The Science of Metrology | 377 |
44. | [Logic and Spiritualism] | 380 |
45. | Herbert Spencer's Philosophy | 395 |
46. | Review of Collins's Epitome of the Synthetic Philosophy | 401 |
47. | "Outsider" Wants More Light | 402 |
Editorial Symbols | 413 | |
Annotations | 417 | |
Bibliography of Peirce's References | 506 | |
Chronological Catalog, January 1887-April 1890 | 512 | |
Supplement to W5 Chronological List, 1884-1886 | 531 | |
Essay on Editorial Theory and Method | 534 | |
Textual Apparatus | 557 | |
Headnotes, Textual Notes, Emendations, Rejected Substantives, Alterations, Line-End Hyphenation |
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Line-End Hyphenation in the Edition Text | 672 | |
Index | 673 |