LOGIC (MS 339-1009)
Association of ideas. Process of unification (the blending and spreading of ideas). Distinguishable grades in the process of unification. The conception of the present. Being and substance. The passage from being to substance is mediated by accident, whose threefold nature includes quality, relation, and representation. Quality is Firstness; relation, Secondness; representation, Thirdness. Primary qualities and feelings. Phenomenalism and the relativity of knowledge. The two great genera of relations: those whose ground is prescindible and those whose ground is not. Precision, or abstraction, distin-guished from other modes of mental separation, e.g., discrimination and dissociation. Compare with "On a New List of Categories" [PAAAS series on logic (1867)]. See G-1867-1a.
Accident, Being and substance, Categories, Firstness (see also Categories; Feeling; Monad; Quality), association of Ideas, Logic (modal see Modality), The "Grand Logic" ("How to Reason: A Critic of Arguments'), Present and Presentness, Quality (see also Feeling; Firstness; Possibility; Predicate), Relation, Representation (see also Meaning; Sign; Thirdness), Secondness (see also Categories; Effort; Reaction), Substance and Being, Thirdness, Unification
LOGIC / GRAND LOGIC 1893
Six pages added from MS. 934. For pp. 24-29, see film of MS. 934