SCIENCES OF REVIEW / CLASSIFICATION OF THE SCIENCE (MS 1334-1347), SCIENCES OF REVIEW / CLASSIFICATION OF THE SCIENCES (MS 1334-1347)
Threefold division of mathematics, empirics and pragmatics. Mathematics as the study of ideal forms or constructions; empirics as the study of phenomena for the purpose of correlating their forms with those studied by mathematics; pragmatics as the study of how we ought to behave in light of the truths of experience derived from empirics. The subdivision of empirics into philos-ophy, nomology, and episcopy. The subdivision of pragmatics into ethics, arts, and policy.
Empirics, Episcopy, Esthetics, Ethics, Logic (modal see Modality), Mathetics, Nomology, Philosophy, American division of empirics, America and the sciences, Policy, Pragmatics, classification of Science
36 pp.; plus 3 pp. ("Synopsis of Logic. Chapter I. The Place of Philosophy among the Sciences") and 4 pp. ("Chapter I. Of the Place of Philosophy among the Sciences").
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