A. MS. notebook
MATHEMATICS (MS 1-278)
Notes for a memoir whose purpose is "to prove that every system of signs of abstract quantities signifies nothing but that one sign denotes an object later in one or more sequences (or later in one and earlier in another, etc.) than an object denoted by another." A study of two systems: (a) additive scheme of rational values, (b) numerative scheme of positive fractions. Ens rationis and feeling (monadic experience contrasted with dyadic experience, or "reaction").
Ens rationis, dyadic Experiences, monadic Experiences, Feeling, logical and mathematical Functions, Mathematics, abstract Quantity, pure Quantity, Reaction, Sign(s)
MATHEMATICS / COMPUTATIONS AND FRAGMENTS