LOGIC (MS 339-1009)
Published, in part, as 7.331n9 (p. 2) and 7.313n3 (pp. 8-9). Unpublished: investigation as involving both observation and inference, and ultimately the agreement of all investigators. How the conception of mind is acquired. Refutation of the claim that no distinction can be drawn between knowing and knowing that one knows. Does the mind have a direct experience of its own existence from the moment it is first conscious of anything? Signs and cognitions.
Cognition (see also Belief; Conception; Thought), Inference, Inquiry, Logic (modal see Modality), Mind, Observation, Logic (of ), Reality, Sign(s)
LOGIC / LOGIC OF 1873