Digital Companion to C. S. Peirce


12/10/2018 Elements Letters to Francis C. Russell
12/10/2018 Critic Letters to Francis C. Russell
12/10/2018 Methodeutic Letters to Francis C. Russell
10/10/2018 Science From Comte to Benjamin Kidd
08/10/2018 Logic Introductory Lecture on the Study of Logic
08/10/2018 Instinct Miscellaneous Fragments [R]
07/10/2018 Real Letters to F. C. S. Schiller
07/10/2018 Science Nominalism, Realism, and the Logic of Modern Science [R]
28/05/2018 Habit Meaning Pragmatism [R]
09/04/2018 Critic On Signs [R]

Some Wit, Wisdom & Bewilderment

…logicality inexorably requires that our interests shall not be limited. They must not stop at our own fate, but must embrace the whole community. This community, again, must not be limited, but must extend to all races of beings with whom we can come into immediate or mediate intellectual relation. It must reach, however vaguely, beyond this geological epoch, beyond all bounds. He who would not sacrifice his own soul to save the whole world, is, as it seems to me, illogical in all his inferences, collectively. Logic is rooted in the social principle.
The Doctrine of Chances, 1878