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16) Charles Sanders Peirce, The New Elements of Mathematics (NEM), vol.
642; Charles Sanders Peirce, Manuscripts (MS) 204, 10-18.
Kenneth Laine Ketner's His Glassy Essence: An Autobiography of Charles Sanders Peirce is a welcome corrective to this reductive hypothesis of Peirce as "a flawed genius.
The Vargueno is a chest whose cover opens to become a writer's desk, and in which is found an incomplete draft of an autobiography of Charles Sanders Peirce, bearing the title "His Glassy Essence.
Abduction" was the term Charles Sanders Peirce used in his later writings for a type of inference that is now commonly called "inference to the best explanation.
My criteria, however, do not derive from Lonergan's work but from the metaphysics of experience and the construct of conversion that I have been developing with hints from the thought of the American philosopher Charles Sanders Peirce (1839-1914).
6) Charles Sanders Peirce, The Collected Papers of Charles Sanders Peirce, ed.
The reversal of dominance in the discursive rivalry between "semiology" and "semiotics" as cultural forms of understanding, we want to suggest, is owing to the gradual, not to say grudging, recognition of the comparative depth, scope, and importance of the studies authored, on the one hand, by Ferdinand de Saussure (1857-1913) and those who took their principal inspiration in the study of signs from his work; and, on the other hand, by Charles Sanders Peirce (1839-1914) and those who took principal inspiration in the study of signs from his work.
Throughout our notes we follow the standard form in abbreviating the citation of the Harvard edition of The Collected Papers of Charles Sanders Peirce to "CP," followed by a volume and paragraph number(s) separated by a period.
As in so many other areas of semiotic inquiry, the principal clues in this area of "logical language," so to say, have been provided by the seminal work of Charles Sanders Peirce, the first, and so far the only, logician who attempted to rethink the concerns of logical tradition from the perspective of the sign.
8) Charles Sanders Peirce, "Syllabus," in The Collected Papers of Charles Sanders Peirce, vol.