in Urbana, Ill .
Written in English
|Statement||by Ralph Douglas Doner.|
|LC Classifications||QA251 .D6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||4 p. ;|
|LC Control Number||28001040|
The Institute for Studies in Pragmaticism is the first and thus oldest organized research center on Peirce. Two prominent Peirce scholars created it in at Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas. They were Charles S. Hardwick and Kenneth L. Ketner, who brought in Max H. Fisch as a visiting professor in their Institute became the strategic and conceptual birthplace of what Peirce, Charles Sanders. bibliography. works by peirce. supplementary bibliography. Charles Sanders Peirce (), the greatest of America’s scientific philosophers, was born in Cambridge, Massachusetts, the second son of the famous Harvard mathematician and astronomer Benjamin Peirce (). Peirce was coached by his father in mathematics, physics, and astronomy, and was /philosophy-biographies/charles-sanders-peirce. Recensione de The Theory of Determination in the Historical Order of its Development. Part I, di Thomas Muir. (P). Recensione de Elements of Logic as a Science of Propositions, di E.E. Constance Jones (P). Recensione de Locke, di Alexander Campbell Fraser (P). Nota (on the first number of the Monist) (P)?layout=blog. Peirce is a clear thinker and lucid writer of the highest order. Having Peirce’s work on CD-Rom is a great boon. It means that the widely scattered references to say ‘mathematics’ or ‘sign’ can be traversed easily, and key passages Web view.
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