LOGIC (MS 339-1009)
CSP's plan to divide his book into two parts, one part concerned with logical critic and the other with the application of the principles of logical critic to religious questions. The meaning of "philosophy" as "a heuritic science of categorical truth." Philosophy based upon the common experience of all mankind. Doubt and belief opposed. Positive and negative doubt distinguished, with negative doubt regarded as the mere absence of belief. The meaning of "real"; its Latin derivation. Reality and hallucinatory experience. Common sense and critical common sense. Verbs and the Basque language (p. 15).
Basque, Belief, Common sense (see also Critical commonsensism), logical Critic, logical Critic and religion, Critical commonsensism, Doubt, Doubt positive, Faculty meaning, articles of, Hallucination, American meaning, meaning of Real, Reality, Religion, Religion and faith, heuritic Science, Truth
pp. 1-15 unfinished; 6-14 of a discarded draft; plus 6 pp. also discarded.
LOGIC / PRACTICAL LOGIC, NOTES, FRAGMENTS
Pages 11-14 added from MS. 1008.