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Chapter IV. Ethics 

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Frederik Wellmann

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A. MS.


Published, in part, as 6.349-352 (pp. 20X-220). Unpublished: long footnote on the term "conscience," leading to eight rules having to do with the ethics of terminology and the governing of philosophical terminology. CSP proposes to list and examine twenty-eight conceptions or classes of supposed goods, e.g., the desirable in itself, but only gets as far as the fifteenth (all were taken from Greek philosophy, with Plato's conception of the ultimate good to have formed the basis of the fifteenth conception). At this point in the manuscript a long digression occurs which continues to the close. The digression concerns disputed points of Plato's life. In this connection, there is considerable material on the chronological order of the Platonic Dialogues as well as on Lutoslawski's researches. Sophistries in the Sophist, but Plato's definition of being as power approved. Various comments on the Politicus and Timaeus. For CSP, Plato's strength lies in his ethics, not in his metaphysics and logic.

general index

Conscience, Ethics, Logic (modal see Modality), Lutoslawski Wincenty and Platonic studies, Minute Logic, terminology of America, Plato and Platonic Dialogues, Terminology, ethics of Terminology


pp. 12-234 (p. 12 follows the first eleven pages of MS. 433)





abbreviated title

(Logic IV)

date (Robin)


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