LOGIC (MS 339-1009)
Logic is the theory of reasoning and, as such, it is not a branch of psychology (pp. 1-2). Reasoning and common sense (reasoning from the initial propositions of common sense); the relationship between hope and truth (pp. 1-5). A sect of philosophy concerned with deducing the rules of reasoning by mathematics (the achievements of this sect include CSP's contribution of the logic of continuity); Mill's logic; Sigwart and Kant; Hegel's importance to German philosophy; reasoning and signs (pp. 1-13).
Common sense (see also Critical commonsensism), Continuity, Hegel Georg W. F., Hope and truth, Kant Immanuel and Kant studies (CSP's), Logic (modal see Modality), Mathematics, Mill John Stuart, German America, Psychology, Reasoning (probable see also Probability), Sign(s), Sigwart Chistoph von, Truth and hope
pp. 1-2, 1-5, 1-13, with a title page and a table of contents
LOGIC / PRACTICAL LOGIC, NOTES, FRAGMENTS