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Charles Peirce's Empiricism / Justus Buchler ; with a foreword by Ernest Nagel
(International Library of Philosophy)

Publisher (London : Routledge)
Year 2001
Edition First edition.
Authors *Buchler, Justus author

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OB00184201 Taylor & Francis eBooks Archive Collection (電子ブック) 9781315823119

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Size 1 online resource (xvii, 275 pages)
Notes First published in 1939 by Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner and Co Limited
part PART I Critical Common-sensism -- chapter 1 Terminology -- chapter 2 Cognition ; Material Quality of Cognition ; Theory of Signs -- chapter 3 Every Cognition is Judicative -- chapter 5 Peirce's Thesis; Further on the Usage of 'Intuition' -- chapter 6 Associational not the Same as Causal Determination -- chapter 7 Why Intuitive Cognitions need not be Assumed -- chapter 8 No Necessity of Assuming a 'First' Cognition -- chapter 9 Peirce's Use of 'Self' -- chapter 10 'Percepts' and 'Perceptual Judgments' -- chapter 11 Generality and Vagueness -- chapter 12 Why Intuitive Cognition is not Possible -- chapter 13 Abduction and Induction -- chapter 14 The Abductive and Inductive Character of Thought -- chapter 15 Peirce and the Scottish School -- chapter 16 Three Categories of the Mind; 'Immediate Perception' -- chapter 17 The 'Indubitable' Propositions -- chapter 19 The Meaning of 'Indubitable' -- chapter 20 The Social and Perceptual Indubitables -- chapter 21 'Theoretical' and 'Practical' Beliefs -- chapter 22 Doubt, Belief and Empirical Science -- chapter 23 The Meaning of 'Truth' and of 'Reality' -- chapter 24 The Principle of Fallibilism -- chapter 25 Peirce and the 'Cartesian Tradition' -- chapter 26 The Meaning of 'Common Sense' and of 'Experience' -- chapter 27 Peirce and Contemporary Logical Empiricism -- part PART II Pragmatism -- chapter 28 Origin of Pragmatism -- chapter 29 The Purpose of Pragmatism -- chapter 30 What is an Interpretant? -- chapter 31 Peirce's Limitation of Pragmatism; on Purely Demonstrative Signs -- chapter 32 General and Special Analyses of Meaning -- chapter 33 The Pragmatic Criterion of Meaning -- chapter 34 The Criterion with Respect to Sentences -- chapter 35 Pragmatism and Positivism -- chapter 36 Peirce's Realism -- chapter 37 On Hypotheses -- chapter 38 The Element of Conventionalism in Peirce -- chapter 39 'Purified Philosophy' -- chapter 40 The Second Kind of Utterance on Pragmatism -- chapter 41 Sentences about Feelings -- chapter 42 Peirce and James -- chapter 43 General Remarks on Parts I and II -- part PART III The Formal and the Empirical -- chapter 44 The Nature of Logic -- chapter 45 Leading Principles -- chapter 46 On Fact and Formalism in Logic -- chapter 47 Icon, Index and Symbol -- chapter 48 The Nature of Mathematics -- chapter 49 The Empirical Interpretation of Probability -- chapter 50 Probability and Induction -- chapter 51 Peirce and Kant -- chapter 52 Conclusion
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Subjects LCSH:Peirce, Charles S (Charles Sanders) 1839-1914
Classification LCC:B945.P44
DC:191
ID 8000085750
ISBN 9781315823119

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