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Significs and Logic 

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Manuscript Metadata

Resource ID

23891

Access

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Contributed by

Frederik Wellmann

type of material

A. MS.

description

This manuscript continues the preceding one. The meaning of "real." The distinction between the externality and internality of fact supported by common sense. Signification of reality compared with externality of fact. Three kinds of modality. The three modes of assertion of law, of actual fast, of freedom. Principle of excluded middle does not apply to assertions of law principle of contradiction does not apply to assertions of freedom. Both principles apply to assertions of actual fast. Sophistries of nominalism. Some of Locke's views present difficulties for CSP.

general index

Common sense (see also Critical commonsensism), Contradiction principle of (see also Laws of thought), Excluded middle principle of (see also Laws of thought), Fact, assertion of Freedom, assertion of Law(s), Logic (modal see Modality), Logic and significs, Modality, Nominalism, meaning of Real, Significs and logic, Signify and Signification

pagination

pp. 8-25

Date

1909-11-25/1909-11-28

number

MS0642_017

abbreviated title

(Significs and Logic)

date (Robin)

1909-11-25/1909-11-28

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 Public : MS_0642
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