LOGIC (MS 339-1009)
Three studies distinguished (phaneroscopy, logic, and psychology) and their order of dependence established. Feeling, volition, and thought. In regard to feeling, Hume is in error, for he is committed to the view that vividness is an element of a sensequality. The three modes of separating the elements of a thought-object are precision, dissociation, and discrimination. Volition and purpose. Resemblances as residing in the interpretation of secondary feelings. CSP's essential conservatism. He warns, however, that self-criticism, carried too far, leads to exaggerated distrust.
Autobiographical references, Definition, Discrimination, Dissociation, Feeling, Feeling, secondary, Hume David, Logic (modal see Modality), Phaneroscopy (see also Phaneron; Phenomenology), Precision, Psychology, Purpose (see also Teleology), Quality (see also Feeling; Firstness; Possibility; Predicate), Resemblances, Thought, Volition (see also Will; Willing)
pp. 1-26, with a variant p. 20.
LOGIC / MISCELLANEOUS 1869- 1913