LOGIC (MS 339-1009)
Published, in part, as 1.312 (pp. 12-14). Unpublished: discussion of the three grades of clearness; an analysis of the idea of a straight line; on acquiring useful habits; the bearing of ultimate desires on the art of conduct. CSP notes that man's real self, or true nature, is revealed in how a man would act, not in haste, but after due deliberation. Pleasure and pain are signs of satisfaction and dissatisfaction; they are not the satisfactions and dissatisfactions themselves. Anesthetics and the question whether pain is at all necessary. The theological problem of evil. Faculty psychology and the distinctions among knowing, willing, and feeling.
Anesthetics, Classification, Clearness (see also Pragmatism), Definition, Esthetics and ultimate ends (see also Normative science), Evil, Feeling, Habit (see also Belief; Thirdness), Knowing, Line(s), Logic (modal see Modality), Pain, Pleasure, Psychology and faculty, Satisfaction, Willing (see also Volition)
pp. 1-40, with 3 pp. of variants
LOGIC / MISCELLANEOUS 1869- 1913