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Logic. Chap. 6th 

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Manuscript Metadata

Resource ID

810

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Contributed by

Frederik Wellmann

type of material

Amanuensis

Category

LOGIC (MS 339-1009)

description

Published (pp. 5-6) as 7.336n Omitted from publication: the three elements of signs. The nature of the causal connection between a thought and the thing to which it is related. Reality and figment: Reality is the most general of expressions (even a figment is a reality when considered in itself and not as the representation of something else). What is real or what exists must be an object of thought, because it is impossible to have a conception of anything which is not an object of thought. That is, the attempt to discover a word which expresses a thing that exists without, at the same time, implying that that thing is a possible object of thought results in a contradictory (or meaningless) expression.

general index

Causality, Fay Melusina (CSP's first wife), Figment, Logic (modal see Modality), Logic (of ), Reality, Sign(s), Thought

pagination

pp. 1-10; plus an exact copy (pp. 1-8) in another hand [Zina Fay Peirce?]

Date

1873-3-10

manuscript number

379

publication

G-c.1873-1

topic

LOGIC / LOGIC OF 1873

manuscript contains non-textual content

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 Public : MS_0379
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