LOGIC (MS 339-1009)
Another version of MS. 682. Mathematical and necessary reasoning. Preference for the word "uberty" over "fruitfulness." The necessity for technical terminology. CSP's ignorance of esthetics, with Schiller's Aesthetische Briefe mentioned as the only book he has read on the subject. But CSP writes of his keen but uncultivated sense of beauty. To illustrate this, he notes works of literature he admires. He also notes that there is little of the artist in him, his own literary style testifying to that. The history of scientific investigation of the problems of ethics. Sir Edward Herbert, Hobbes, Cumberland. The meaning of the word "real." Modalities.
Aesthetische Briefe (Schiller), Cumberland Richard, Esthetics, Ethics, Herbert Sir Edward, Hobbes Thomas, Literature, Logic (modal see Modality), Modality, meaning of Real, Reasoning (probable see also Probability), mathematical Reasoning, necessary Reasoning, uberty of Reasoning, Schiller Friedrich, Terminology
pp. 4-38, 12-28, and 16 pp. of variants
LOGIC / MISCELLANEOUS 1869- 1913