Chapter II. Prelogical Notions. Section I. Classification of the Sciences
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LOGIC (MS 339-1009)
A later draft of MS. 426. Published, in part, as 1.203-283 (pp. 1-123, with omissions), 7.374n10 (pp. 125-127), 7.279 (pp. 140-142), 7.362-363 and 7.366-385 (pp. 192-242). From the alternative drafts, pp. 190-192, 196-197, 271-273 were published as 7.364, 7.365, and 7.386-387 respectively. Omitted from publication are the following: notions of family, genus, species; dynamics as a suborder of Nomological Physics; statics; theories of the constitution of matter and nature; hydrodynamics; dynamics of a particle and of rigid bodies; subfamilies of rigid dynamics; molar, molecular, and ethereal physics; cross-classification; subdivision of special nomological physiognosy; crystallography; "diagrammatic" history of astronomy; minerology; chemistry; the natural metric system; suborders of physiotaxy; families of natural history; genera of biology; physiography; physiognosy; genera and species of astronomy; geognosy. From alternative drafts, the following were omitted: the Genus language; classifications of language; races of mankind and the origin of the white race; resemblances between Polynesian and Semitic languages; the question of a common linguistic ancestor; Basque; agglutinative speech.
history of, genera and species of, Basque, Biology genera of, Chemistry, Crystallography, Dynamics, Geognosy, Hydrodynamics, Language, agglutinative Language, comparative Language, Logic (modal see Modality), constitution of Matter, Metrology l (see also Coast Survey), Minerology, constitution of Nature, dynamics of Particle, Minute Logic, Physics (review of books on), Physiognosy, Physiography, Physiotaxy, Polynesian language, Races (of mankind), classification of Science, Statics
pp. 1-291, with nearly 200 pp. Of variants; pp. 97-125, 190-192, 196-197, 244, 271-273 from alternative drafts.
LOGIC / MINUTE LOGIC 1902-03
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