LOGIC (MS 339-1009)
Reason and instinct. The wise man in matters of greatest importance will follow, not his reason, but his heart. Reason and religion. The contention that metaphysics is a guide for the soul is humbug. Moreover, the talent for reasoning is as uncommon as the talent for music, and the cultivation of the first requires a greater effort with fewer immediate rewards. CSP's bitterness is not easily restrained. He advises against philosophy as a career, shows his disdain of Harvard gentlemen and of publishers who refuse to publish treatises on logic on the ground that the author is not a university professor and that the work would not pay for itself.
Harvard, Instinct, Logic (modal see Modality), Metaphysics, "Detached Ideas on Vitally Important Topics", Philosophy, Reason, Religion and reason
pp. 1-34 (pp. 6-9, X 3, 15-26, 30, 33 missing)
LOGIC / DETACHED IDEAS ON VITALLY IMPORTANT TOPICS