Manuscript  Posted 18/03/2018
Peirce, Charles S. (19030915). Existential Graphs. MS [R] S28
Existential Graph, General Description, Sheet of Assertion, Experience, Universe of Discourse, Graphreplica, Graph, Area of Cut, Place of Cut, Cut, Entia Rationis, Sep, Antisep, Pseudograph, Proper Name, Selective, Rhema, Spot, Hook, Subject, Line of Identity


Dictionary Entry  Posted 18/03/2018
Quote from "Graphs, Little Account [R]"
…if one person is to convey any information to another, it must be upon the basis of a common experience. They must not only have this common experience, but each must know the other has it; and...


Manuscript  Posted 18/03/2018
Peirce, Charles S. (1903). Graphs, Little Account [R]. MS [R] S27
Deduction, Necessary Deduction, Existential Graph, Universe of Discourse, Partial Graph, Entire Graph, Total Graph, Possibility, Conditional De Inesse, Scroll, Sep, Close, Loop, Enclosure, Rhema, Spot, Hook, Line of Identity


Dictionary Entry  Posted 24/09/2014
Quote from "Lecture II [R]"
Logicians call […] a collection of things or subjects of force, to which the whole discussions relates, the universe of discourse. This universe consists in...


Manuscript  Posted 24/09/2014
Peirce, Charles S. (1903). Lecture II [R]. MS [R] 455
Robin Catalogue:
A. MS., notebook, n.p., 1903, pp. 131.
The first and third parts of an introduction to the alpha and beta parts of the system of existential graphs; MS. 456 is...
Necessary Reasoning, Mathematical Reasoning, Universe, Universe of Discourse, Graph, Existential Graph, Scribed Sign, Graphreplica, Conditional Proposition De Inesse, Scroll, Enclosure, Place of Cut, Area of Cut, Permissible Transformation, Alphapermissible Transformation, Rule of Erasure and Insertion, Rule of Iteration and Deiteration, Rule of the Double Cut, Modus Ponens, Alpha Graph, Beta Graph, Proper Name, Selective, Sheet of Assertion, Blank, Rheme, Rhema, Monad, Dyad, Triad, Medad, Spot, Lexis, Hook, Line of Identity, Bridge, Illative Transformation, Ligature


Manuscript  Posted 22/09/2014
Peirce, Charles S. (1903). Lecture I [R]. MS [R] 450
Robin Catalogue:
A. MS., notebook, n.p., 1903, pp. 126.
Improvement in reasoning requires, first of all, a study of deduction. For this, an unambiguous and simple system of...
Necessary Deduction, Expression, Analysis of Reasonings, Existential Graph, Conventional Sign, Symbol, Replica, Natural Symbol, Graphist, Interpreter, Universe of Discourse, Augustus De Morgan, Exact Logic, Grapheus, Sheet of Assent, Total Graph, Sheet of Assertion, Proposition De Inesse, Enclosure, Scroll, Sep, Close, Line of Identity, Dot, Rhema, Spot, Hook, Categorical Proposition, Pseudograph, Selective, Abstraction


Manuscript  Posted 09/09/2014
Peirce, Charles S. (1897 [c.]). On Multitude. MS [R] 26
Mathematics, Logica Utens, Logica Docens, Collection, Sui Generis Relation, Indefinable Relation, Postulate, Axiom, Corollary, Dyadic Relation, Relate, Correlate, Negative Relation, Principle of Contradiction, Principle of Excluded Middle, Universal Quantification, Particular Quantification, Quantifier, Arithmetical Relation, Deductio Ad Absurdum, Algebra of Dyadic Relatives, General Algebra of Logic, Complementary Collection, Theorem, Problem, Universe of Discourse, Boolian Notation, Peircian Notation, Anonyman Notation, Quantification, Vagueness, Universally Quantified Index, Particularly Quantified Index


Dictionary Entry  Posted 09/09/2014
Quote from "Multitude and Number"
In all discourse, or reasoning, there are virtually two parties. Either there are actually two parties, as when one speaker addresses an audience of one or more persons; or else one...


Dictionary Entry  Posted 25/11/2012
Quote from "The Principles of Logical Graphics"
The universe of discourse is the aggregate of the individual objects which “exist,” that is are independently side by side in the collection of experiences to...


Dictionary Entry  Posted 25/11/2012
Quote from "On the Algebra of Logic"
De Morgan, in the remarkable memoir with which he opened his discussion of the syllogism (1846, p. 380) has pointed out that we often carry on reasoning under an implied restriction as to what we...


Dictionary Entry  Posted 25/11/2012
Quote from "Grand Logic 1893: Chapter X. Extension of the Aristotelian Syllogistic"
De Morgan and his followers frequently speak of a “limited universe of discourse” in logic. An unlimited universe would comprise the whole realm of the logically possible. In such a universe,...


Dictionary Entry  Posted 25/11/2012
Quote from "Multitude and Number"
Whether the constituent individuals or units of a collection have each of them a distinct identity of its own or not, depends upon the nature of the universe of discourse. If the universe of...


Manuscript  Posted 25/11/2012
Peirce, Charles S. (1897). Multitude and Number. MS [R] 25
From the Robin Catalogue:
A. MS., G18971, pp. 182, with rejected or alternative pages running brokenly from p. 7 to p. 71.
Most of manuscript was published (4.170...
Collection, Universe of Discourse, Experience, Time, Space, Multitude, Discrete Collection, Multiplicity, Mathematics, Philosophy, Enumerable Collection, Finite Collection, Augustus De Morgan, Syllogism of Transposed Quantity, Inenumerable Collection, Fundamental Theorem of Arithmetic, Denumerable Collection, Multiplication, Free Multiplication, Dominated Multiplication, Georg Cantor, Number, Generating Relation, First Abnumeral Multitude, Primipostnumeral Multitude, Achilles and the Tortoise, Fermatian Syllogism, Primipostnumeral Syllogism, Secundopostnumeral Collection, Arithm, Metrics, Graphics, Topics, Geometry, Absolute, Plane, Singularity, Continuity, Chorisis, Cyclosis, Euler's Theorem, Product of a Collection, Vagueness, Generality, Euclid, NonEuclidean Geometry


Dictionary Entry  Posted 25/11/2012
Quote from "Minute Logic: Chapter IV. Ethics (Logic IV)"
… I wish my description of what is true or false, to apply to what is not only true or false generally, but also to what is true or false under conditions already assumed....


Dictionary Entry  Posted 25/11/2012
Quote from "Universe (in Logic) of Discourse"
In every proposition the circumstances of its enunciation show that it refers to some collection of individuals or of possibilities, which cannot be adequately described,...


Dictionary Entry  Posted 25/11/2012
Quote from "The BedRock Beneath Pragmaticism"
…the Phemic Sheet iconizes the Universe of Discourse, since it more immediately represents a field of Thought, or Mental Experience, which is itself directed to the Universe of Discourse, and...


Manuscript  Posted 25/11/2012
Peirce, Charles S. (1908). The BedRock Beneath Pragmaticism. MS [R] 300
From the Robin Catalogue:
A. MS., G19051e, pp. 165; 3340; 3841; 3738; 4043.7; plus 64 pp. of fragments running brokenly from p. 1 to p. 60.
This was to have...
Pragmatism, Protagoras, Truth, F. C. S. Schiller, William James, James Mill, Indefiniteness, Protagoreanism, Plato, Vagueness, Generality in Depth, Positivism, Pragmaticism, Ethics of Terminology, Existential Graph, Chemical Graph, Chemistry, Ligature, Selective, Proper Name, Spot, Identity, Iconicity, Logical Depth, Logical Breadth, Phemic Sheet, Universe of Discourse, Nota Notae, Continuity, Line of Identity, Personal Identity, Tree of Porphyry, Concept, Teridentity, Generalized Icon, Composition, Compositionality, Icon, Sequence, Negation, Time, Reasoning, Richard Whately, Pragmaticistic Interpretation, Ground, Augustus De Morgan, Entitative Graph, Sign, Representamen, Euler's Diagrams, Friedrich Albert Lange, John Venn, Graphist, Interpreter, Universe of Real Capacities, Universe of Actual Fact, Universe of Tendencies, Modality, Information, Actual, Possible, Necessary, Tincture, Logical Universe, Oscar Howard Mitchell, Assertion, Feeling, Reason, Material Part, Essence, Alfred Bray Kempe, Connexion, Pseudocontinuity, Bernard Bolzano, Nominalism, Pseudocontinuum, Georg Cantor, Proof of Pragmatism, Proof of Pragmaticism, Limit, Quasicontinuity, Richard Dedekind, Betweenness, Relative, Existential Relation

