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Essays on Meaning. Preface 

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Manuscript Metadata

Resource ID

23811

Access

Open

Contributed by

Frederik Wellmann

type of material

A. MS.

description

The division of logic into three studies: universal grammar, critic, and methodeutic. Mill's distinction between connotation and denotation discussed. CSP's opposition to the leading schools of logic of his day that tie rationality to human consciousness by regarding human consciousness as the author of rationality. For CSP, there is no distinction more momentous than that between "is" and "would be."

general index

Consciousness, logical Critic, Denotation (see also Comprehension Connotation), Logic (modal see Modality), Meaning, Methodeutic (see also Iogic Normative science), Mill John Stuart, Rationality, Speculative grammar (see also Stecheology)

pagination

pp. 1-12 (with several other pages fitting into the sequence)

Date

1909-10-22/1909-10-23

number

MS0640_008

abbreviated title

(Meaning Preface)

date (Robin)

1909-10-22/1909-10-23

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