LOGIC (MS 339-1009)
First sense impressions are not representations of unknown things but those things themselves. Sensation and conception as representations. Universal conceptions: Substance and Being, with the intervening conceptions of Ground, Correlate, and Interpretant. Quality, relation, and representation. The three kinds of representations. Icon, index, and symbol. Division of symbol into term, proposition, and argument. Kinds of terms. Hamilton's views considered. The classification of the sciences.
Argument, Being, Conception and Concept, Correlate, Ground, Hamilton Sir William, Herbart Johann Friedrich, Icon (see also Signs classification of), Index (see also Signs), Interpretant (see also Signs), Logic (modal see Modality), Lowell Institute Lectures on the Logic of Science (), Proposition, Quality (see also Feeling; Firstness; Possibility; Predicate), Relation, Representation (see also Meaning; Sign; Thirdness), classification of Science, Sensation, Substance, Symbol, Term(s)
28 pp. and 8 pp. of different drafts; plus a quotation from Herbart
LOGIC / LOWELL LECTURES ON THE LOGIC OF SCIENCE 1866