LOGIC (MS 339-1009)
Reality, "state of things," "actuality," and "reasoning" defined. Reality is that aspect of the being of anything which is independent of the thing's being represented. The trustworthiness of immediate knowledge (sense perception) testifies only to this or that single state of things. Reasoning testifies to the truth that lies beyond our ken. CSP wonders what the eternal habits are, beyond those which involve the tridimensionality of space and the general mutability of time. Satisfactory and unsatisfactory feelings.
Actuality (see also Existence; Fact; Secondness), Feeling, Feeling, satisfactory (unsatisfactory), Habit (see also Belief; Thirdness), immediate Knowledge, Logic (modal see Modality), definition of Reality, Reasoning (probable see also Probability), Satisfaction and feelings, Sense(s) perception, Space, tridimensionality of Space, State of things, Time, mutability of Time, Truth
p. 1-9, with a variant p. 7
LOGIC / MISCELLANEOUS 1869- 1913