|CP v.§||Collected Papers of Charles Sanders Peirce. 8 volumes|
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|DPP v:p||Dictionary of Philosophy and Psychology. 2 volumes.|
|EP v:p||The Essential Peirce. 2 volumes.|
|HP v:p||Historical Perspectives on Peirce's Logic of Science. 2 volumes.|
|ILS p||Illustrations of the Logic of Science|
|LI p||The Logic of Interdisciplinarity|
|MS [R] m:p||Original manuscript, Robin Catalogue id|
|MS [R] L m:p||Original letter, Robin Catalogue id|
|NEM v:p||The New Elements of Mathematics. 4 volumes|
1 2 3 4
|PW p||Philosophical Writings of Peirce|
|PPM p||Pragmatism as a Principle and Method of Right Thinking|
|RLT p||Reasoning and the Logic of Things|
|SS p||Semiotic and Significs|
|SW p||Charles S. Peirce: Selected Writings|
|W v:p||The Writings of Charles S. Peirce. 7 volumes to date|
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Logical Diagram (or Graph): Ger. Logische Figur; Fr. Diagramme logique; Ital. diagramma logico. A diagram composed of dots, lines, &c., in which logical relations are signified by such spatial relations that the necessary consequences of these logical relations are at the same time signified, or can, at least, be made evident by transforming the diagram in certain ways which conventional ‘rules’ permit.
A logical graph is a graph which asserts something, or represents an assertion, concerning a recognized universe, real or fictive.
A logical graph is a graph representing logical relations iconically, so as to be an aid to logical analysis.