LOGIC (MS 339-1009)
Topics include: continuity and relativity; Anselm's proof of God's existence; feeling and consciousness; laws of nature, their growth and necessity; laws and signs; signs, symbols, propositions, and truth; relation of metaphysics to logic; cognition and inference; fallibilism and the limits of rationality; continuity and the problem of the action of matter upon mind; Kant and the confusion of logical questions with psychological ones; infinity; the final (ideal) opinion; comments on An Essay concerning human understanding.
Anselm Saint, final (ideal) Belief, Cognition (see also Belief; Conception; Thought), Consciousness, Continuity, Continuity and relativity, Feeling, God, existence and reality of, Inference, Infinity, Kant Immanuel and Kant studies (CSP's), Law(s) of nature, Law(s) and signs, Logic and metaphysics, Matter and mind, Metaphysics and logic, Mind and matter, Proposition, limits of Rationality, Relativity and continuity, Sign(s), Symbol, Truth
39 pp., excluding various calculations on verso of some pages.
LOGIC / MISCELLANEOUS
One page removed to L 463.