Another abandoned draft. Notes invitation from The Nation to clarify pragmatism. The ancestry of pragmatism. The Metaphysical Club. Kant's nominalism explored. The views of James, Schiller, and CSP compared. Thought and signs. Experiences as the objects of signs, never their meanings. Mathematical concepts as examples of logical interpretants. How CSP was led to his formulation of the pragmatic maxim. Application of the maxim to the problem of ascertaining the meaning of probability.
Autobiographical references, Experiences, James William, Kant Immanuel and Kant studies (CSP's), Metaphysical Club (Cambridge), Nominalism of Kant, Pragmatism and Pragmaticism, maxim of Pragmatism and Pragmaticism, Probability and Chance, Schiller F. C. S., Sign(s), Thought
pp. 1-27, 24-30 but no continuous draft, with 13 pp. of variants