PSYCHOLOGY (MS 1099-1134)
In these fragments CSP argues against Dr. Osler's jocose law (men ought to be put to death at 60), by citing as counterexamples the work of Galton, Kelvin, and Mme. Curie. One of the pages bears the title, "A Brief Synopsis of C. S. Peirce's Principles of Philosophy." Apparently the first volume of the Principles was to have been a review of the leading ideas of the nineteenth century.
Curie Marie, Galton Francis, Nineteenth century studies, Osler William, Principles of Philosophy, Principles of America, Psychology, Thompson Sir William Lord Kelvin