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5305_eng_Peirce_02_1932_T01Critical Analysis of Logical TheoriesPeirce, Charles 234
5305_eng_Peirce_02_1932_T02Partial Synopsis of a Proposed Work in LogicPeirce, Charles 234
5305_eng_Peirce_02_1932_T03Why Study Logic?Peirce, Charles 234
5305_eng_Peirce_02_1932_T04The Ethics of TerminologyPeirce, Charles 234
5305_eng_Peirce_02_1932_T05Division of SignsPeirce, Charles 234
5305_eng_Peirce_02_1932_T06The Icon, Index, and SymbolPeirce, Charles 234
5305_eng_Peirce_02_1932_T07PropositionsPeirce, Charles 234
5305_eng_Peirce_02_1932_T08TermsPeirce, Charles 234
5305_eng_Peirce_02_1932_T09The Grammatical Theory of Judgment and InferencePeirce, Charles 234
5305_eng_Peirce_02_1932_T10The Aristotelian SyllogisticPeirce, Charles 234
5305_eng_Peirce_02_1932_T11On the Natural Classification of ArgumentsPeirce, Charles 234
5305_eng_Peirce_02_1932_T12Extension of the Aristotelian SyllogisticPeirce, Charles 234
5305_eng_Peirce_02_1932_T13Notes on Explicative ReasoningPeirce, Charles 234
5305_eng_Peirce_02_1932_T14Deduction, Induction, and HypothesisPeirce, Charles 234
5305_eng_Peirce_02_1932_T15The Doctrine of ChancesPeirce, Charles 234
5305_eng_Peirce_02_1932_T16The Probability of InductionPeirce, Charles 234
5305_eng_Peirce_02_1932_T17A Theory of Probable InferencePeirce, Charles 234
5305_eng_Peirce_02_1932_T18The Varieties and Validity of InductionPeirce, Charles 234
5305_eng_Peirce_02_1932_T19Notes on Ampliative ReasoningPeirce, Charles 234
5305_eng_Peirce_02_1932_T20Memoranda Concerning the Aristotelian SyllogismPeirce, Charles 234
5305_eng_Peirce_03_1933_T01On an Improvement in Boole's Calculus of LogicPeirce, Charles 234
5305_eng_Peirce_03_1933_T02Upon the Logic of MathematicsPeirce, Charles 234
5305_eng_Peirce_03_1933_T03Description of a Notation for the Logic of RelativesPeirce, Charles 234
5305_eng_Peirce_03_1933_T04On the Application of Logical Analysis to Multiple AlgebraPeirce, Charles 234
5305_eng_Peirce_03_1933_T05Note on Grassmann's Calculus of ExtensionPeirce, Charles 234
5305_eng_Peirce_03_1933_T06On the Algebra of LogicPeirce, Charles 234
5305_eng_Peirce_03_1933_T07On the Logic of NumberPeirce, Charles 234
5305_eng_Peirce_03_1933_T08Associative AlgebrasPeirce, Charles 234
5305_eng_Peirce_03_1933_T09Brief Description of the Algebra of RelativesPeirce, Charles 234
5305_eng_Peirce_03_1933_T10On the Relative Forms of QuaternionsPeirce, Charles 234
5305_eng_Peirce_03_1933_T11On a Class of Multiple AlgebrasPeirce, Charles 234
5305_eng_Peirce_03_1933_T12The Logic of RelativesPeirce, Charles 234
5305_eng_Peirce_03_1933_T13On the Algebra of LogicPeirce, Charles 234
5305_eng_Peirce_03_1933_T14The Critic of ArgumentsPeirce, Charles 234
5305_eng_Peirce_03_1933_T15The Regenerated LogicPeirce, Charles 234
5305_eng_Peirce_03_1933_T16The Logic of RelativesPeirce, Charles 234
5305_eng_Peirce_03_1933_T17The Logic of Mathematics in Relation to EducationPeirce, Charles 234
5305_eng_Peirce_03_1933_T18InfinitesimalsPeirce, Charles 234
5305_eng_Peirce_03_1933_T19Nomenclature and Divisions of Dyadic RelationsPeirce, Charles 234
5305_eng_Peirce_03_1933_T20Notes on Symbolic Logic and MathematicsPeirce, Charles 234
5305_eng_Peirce_03_1933_T21On NonionsPeirce, Charles 234
5305_eng_Peirce_08_1958_T01John Venn, "The Logic of Chance"Peirce, Charles 234
5305_eng_Peirce_08_1958_T02Fraser's Edition of the Works of George BerkeleyPeirce, Charles 234
5305_eng_Peirce_08_1958_T03Josiah Royce, "The Religious Aspect of Philosophy"Peirce, Charles 234
5305_eng_Peirce_08_1958_T04William James, "The Principles of Psychology"Peirce, Charles 234
5305_eng_Peirce_08_1958_T05On Non-Euclidean GeometryPeirce, Charles 234
5305_eng_Peirce_08_1958_T06Josiah Royce, "The World and the Individual"Peirce, Charles 234
5305_eng_Peirce_08_1958_T07Karl Pearson, The Grammar of SciencePeirce, Charles 234
5305_eng_Peirce_08_1958_T08Review of a Book On EthicsPeirce, Charles 234
5305_eng_Peirce_08_1958_T09J. M. Baldwin, "Dictionary of Philosophy and Psychology, vol. II"Peirce, Charles 234
5305_eng_Peirce_08_1958_T10Lady Welby, What is meaning?Peirce, Charles 234
5305_eng_Peirce_08_1958_T11C. A. Strong, Why the Mind has a BodyPeirce, Charles 234
5305_eng_Peirce_08_1958_T12John Dewey, Studies in Logical TheoryPeirce, Charles 234
5305_eng_Peirce_08_1958_T13On Pragmatism, from a Review of a Book on CosmologyPeirce, Charles 234
5305_eng_Peirce_08_1958_T14Wilhelm Wundt, "Principles of Physiological Psychology"Peirce, Charles 234
5305_eng_Peirce_08_1958_T15To Signor Calderoni, On PragmaticismPeirce, Charles 234
5305_eng_Peirce_08_1958_T16To Paul Carus, On "Illustrations of the Logic of Science"Peirce, Charles 234
5305_eng_Peirce_08_1958_T17To John Dewey, On the Nature of LogicPeirce, Charles 234
5305_eng_Peirce_08_1958_T18To William T. Harris, On MindPeirce, Charles 234
5305_eng_Peirce_08_1958_T19To William JamesPeirce, Charles 234
5305_eng_Peirce_08_1958_T20To Christine Ladd-Franklin, On CosmologyPeirce, Charles 234
5305_eng_Peirce_08_1958_T21To F. C. S. Schiller, On PragmatismPeirce, Charles 234
5305_eng_Peirce_08_1958_T22To Lady WelbyPeirce, Charles 234
5305_eng_Peirce_08_1958_T23To F. A. Woods, On "would be"Peirce, Charles 234