@unpublished{Peirce1901-1902 [c.],
author = "Charles S. Peirce",
title = "{Definitions for Baldwin's Dictionary [R]. MS [R] 1147}",
year = 1901-1902 [c.],
abstract = "{Robin Catalogue:
A. MS., n.p., n.d., 471 pp., with variants.
The definitions are principally of logical words and include the following: “energy,” “firstness,” “image,” “implicit,” “information,” “informed breadth,” “informed depth,” ‘insolubilia,” “involution,” “kind,” “knowledge,” “laws of thought,” “leading principle,” “logic” (over 100 pp.), “logical graphs,” “mathematical logic,” “matter” and “form,” “maxim,” “metrics,” “middle term,” “mnemonic verses,” “modality,” “mood, ” “multiplication,” “multitude, ” “necessity,” “negation,” “norm,” “nota notae,” “numerical,” “post hoc ergo propter hoc,” “parsimony,” “power,” “precision,” “predicable,” “predicate,” “probable inference,” “proof,” “quantity,” “relation,” “signify,” “simple,” “sophism,” “subject,” “sublation,” “solution,” “sufficient reason,” “syllogism,” “symbolic logic,” “Tertium Quid,” “theory,” “truth,” “uniformity,” “unity,” “universal, ” “universe,” “vague, ” “whole.”
}",
language = "English",
note = "From the Commens Bibliography | \url{http://www.commens.org/bibliography/manuscript/peirce-charles-s-1901-1902-c-definitions-baldwins-dictionary-r-ms-r-1147}"
}