PRAGMATISM (MS 279-335)
This article, intended for the January 1907 Monist, was to have followed the Monist article of October 1906. Published as follows: 4.534n1 (pp. 2-3); 4.6-11 (from pp- 5-16); 4.553n1 (pp. 18-19); 1.306-311 (pp. 26-36). Unpublished are CSP's thoughts on the relevance of existential graphs to the truth of pragmaticism; his view that existential graphs afford a moving picture of thought, and his reflections on telepathy, spiritualism, and clairvoyance. Vividness and intensity of feeling: CSP's disagreement with Hume.
Clairvoyance, Feeling, Graphs existential, Hume David, Monist Artides (of ), Phaneroscopy (see also Phaneron; Phenomenology), Pragmatism and Pragmaticism, Spiritualism, Telepathy
pp. 1-36, plus 20 pp. of variants
PRAGMATISM / MONIST ARTICLES 1905-06