Mathematics
Dictionary Entry  Posted 24/03/2018 Quote from "On the Logic of Quantity" The first prime division [of science] consists of Mathematics, which merely frames hypotheses and traces out their consequences, and alone of all the sciences does not... 

Dictionary Entry  Posted 14/03/2018 Quote from "A Brief Intellectual Autobiography by Charles Sanders Peirce" Mathematics merely traces out the consequences of hypotheses without caring whether they correspond to anything real or not. It is purely deductive, and all necessary inference is mathematics,... 

Article in Edited Collection  Posted 16/02/2018 Eisele, Carolyn (1981). Mathematics as a Key to Peirce's Semiotics. In: Zeichenkonstitution, Band I 

Article in Journal  Posted 16/02/2018 Eisele, Carolyn (1983). An Introduction to Peirce's Mathematical Semiotic 

Article in Journal  Posted 08/10/2017 Hull, Kathleen (1994). Why Hanker After Logic? Mathematical Imagination, Creativity and Perception in Peirce's Systematic Philosophy Focuses on the 'logic of creativity' in Charles Sanders Peirce's philosophy through the wideangle lens of his emerging architectonic. Peirce's distinction between mathematics and...


Article in Journal  Posted 13/03/2017 Johanson, Arnold (2001). Modern Topology and Peirce's Theory of the Continuum Explores philosopher Charles Sanders Peirce's concept of a continuum. Review of the basic ideas of general topology; Definition of the Aristotelian continuum; Ideals of mathematics.


Article in Journal  Posted 14/02/2017 Steensen, Anna K., Johansen, Mikkel W. (2016). The role of diagram materiality in mathematics Based on semiotic analyses of examples from the history of mathematics, we claim that the influence of the material aspects of diagram tokens is anything but trivial. We offer an interpretation of...


Dictionary Entry  Posted 07/08/2016 Quote from "Reason's Conscience: A Practical Treatise on the Theory of Discovery; Wherein logic is conceived as Semeiotic" Mathematics is the study of what is or is not logically possible, without undertaking to ascertain what actually exists. 

Article in Journal  Posted 13/02/2016 Pollard, Stephen (2005). Some Mathematical Facts about Peirce's Game Discusses an exposition of some key mathematical properties of the game of chance that philosopher Charles S. Peirce uses to model certain features of biological evolution. Philosophical significance...


Article in Journal  Posted 13/02/2016 De Waal, Cornelis (2005). Why Metaphysics Needs Logic and Mathematics Doesn't: Mathematics, Logic, and Metaphysics in Peirce's Classification of the Sciences Discusses the difference between mathematics and metaphysics regarding their relation to logic. Examination of Auguste Comte's classification of sciences; Comparison of Comte's...


Article in Journal  Posted 12/02/2016 Dea, Shannon (2006). "Merely a veil over the living thought": Mathematics and Logic in Peirce's Forgotten Spinoza Review The article talks about American philosopher Charles S. Peirce's review of "Ethics," by Dutch philosopher Baruch Spinoza. It focuses on the remarks of Peirce about mathematical...


Article in Journal  Posted 18/01/2016 Haack, Susan (1979). Fallibilism and Necessity 

Article in Journal  Posted 18/01/2016 Cooke, Elizabeth F. (2003). Peirce, Fallibilism, and the Science of Mathematics 

Article in Journal  Posted 29/12/2015 Campos, Daniel G. (2007). Peirce on the Role of Poietic Creation in Mathematical Reasoning The article examines philosopher Charles Sanders Peirce's views on the role of poetic creation in mathematical reasoning. In his manuscript entitled "The Essence of Mathematics,"...


Article in Journal  Posted 17/11/2015 Sabre, Ru M. (2015). Mathematics and Peirce's semiotic It is shown here that Peirce's ten trichotomies, specifically art as discussed in , provides a structure for presenting a mathematical conjecture and provide a heuristic for going about...


News  Posted 07/11/2015 Symposium on Peirce's Mathematics Symposium in Bogotá 

Dictionary Entry  Posted 19/10/2015 Quote from "Second Talk to the Phil. Club [and] Second Talk. On Deduction" Mathematics is the practice of deduction. 

Dictionary Entry  Posted 15/10/2015 Quote from "The Prescott Book" Mathematics wholly relates to hypothetical states of things, perfectly exact, but of a kind that only affect a few very general characters. 

Article in Journal  Posted 27/08/2015 Johansen, Mikkel W. (2015). Semiotic Scaffolding in Mathematics This paper investigates the notion of semiotic scaffolding in relation to mathematics by considering its influence on mathematical activities, and on the evolution of mathematics as a research field...


Manuscript  Posted 20/08/2015 Peirce, Charles S. (18978). Considerations for 8 Lectures. MS [R] 943 Robin Catalogue: 