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Manuscript Metadata

Resource ID

22789

Access

Open

Contributed by

Frederik Wellmann

type of material

A. MS.

description

Published, in part, as 5.538-545 (pp. 21-45). Omitted is a dialogue between author and reader, with an aside about the Hegelian dialectic. The various extra-firm beliefs which the reader has about reasoning and belief itself: the reader's logica utens. Doubt, its derivation and the psychological uneasiness associated with it. Doubt is always more or less conscious, but this is not true of belief. That a man may be quite unaware of his belief is illustrated by the Northern reaction to the South's attack upon Fort Sumter. Cf. MS. 598.

general index

Belief and doubt, fixation of Belief, Hegelian Dialectics, Doubt, Hegel Georg W. F., Logic (modal see Modality), Logica utens, Reasoning (probable see also Probability)

pagination

pp. 1-47, with 11 pp. of variants.

Date

1902~

number

MS0596_020

abbreviated title

(RR)

date (Robin)

c. 1902

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 Public : MS_0596
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