LOGIC (MS 339-1009)
Probably from the period of the Grand Logic. Assertions about systems of more than three subjects can be reduced to triadic assertions at most. The whole endeavor to deny the irreducibility of triadic facts is termed "nominalism." The realism-nominalism controversy. Nature of signs. Categoriology. Continuity and continuous series.
Categories, Continuity, Logic (modal see Modality), Nominalism, Realism, continuous Series, Sign(s), Thirdness
8 pp. (text is consecutive); plus 24 pp. (fragmentary)
LOGIC / PRACTICAL LOGIC, NOTES, FRAGMENTS
Among the fragmentary pages are pp. 2-3, 8, 21-24 and discarded pp. 8 and 24. These pages are from a draft of the Short Logic (MS. 595). Also MS. 1214 contains partial drafts of MS. 595, and MS. 739 contains pp. 30-32 which are continued by pp. 33-34 of MS. 595. It is likely that other parts of the Short Logic have been scattered throughout the section on Logic. See MS. 903 for fragments of other drafts of MS. 717.