Exact logic ; The simplest mathematics

edited by Charles Hartshorne and Paul Weiss

Volumes I-VIII of the Collected Papers of Charles Sanders Peirce are being reissued in response to a growing interest in Peirce's thought--a development that was prophesied by John Dewey when he reviewed the first volume of these papers on their appearance in 1931. Writing in "The New Republic," Mr. Dewey said, "Nothing much will happen in philosophy as long as a main object among philosophers is defense of some formulated historical position. I do not know of any other thinker more calculated than Peirce to give emanipation from the intellectual fortifications of the past and to arouse a fresh imagination." Originally published as eight separate volumes, the Peirce papers appear in the new Belknap Press edition in four handsome books of two volumes each. The content is identical with that of the original edition: Volume I, "Principals of Philosophy"; Volume II, "Elements of Logic"; Volumes III, "Exact Logic"; Volumes IV, "The Simplest Mathematics"; Volumes V, "Pragmatism and Pragmaticism"; Volume VI, "Scientific Metaphysics"; Volume VII, "Science and Philosophy"; Volume VIII, "Reviews, Correspondence, and Bibliography."

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  • Introduction Editorial Note Chapter I: On an Improvement in Boole's Calculus of Logic (1867) Chapter II: Upon the Logic of Mathematics (1867) 1. The Boolian Calculus 2. On Arithmetic Chapter III: Description of a Notation for the Logic of Relatives, Resulting from an Amplification of the Conceptions of Boole's Calculus of Logic (1870) 1. De Morgan's Notation 2. General Definitions of the Algebraic Signs 3. Application of the Algebraic Signs to Logic 4. General Formula 5. General Method of Working with this Notation 6. Properties of Particular Relative Terms Chapter IV: On the Application of Logical Analysis to Multiple Algebra (1875) Chapter V: Note on Grassmann's Calculus of Extension (1877) Chapter VI: On the Algebra of Logic (1880) Part I: Syllogistic 1. Derivation of Logic 2. Syllogism and Dialogism 3. Forms of Propositions 4. The Algebra of the Copula Part II: The Logic of Non-Relative Terms 1. The Internal Multiplication and the Addition of Logic 2. The Resolution of Problems in Non-Relative Logic Part III: The Logic of Relatives 1. Individual and Simple Terms 2. Relatives 3. Relatives connected by Transposition of Relate and Correlate 4. Classification of Relatives 5. The Composition of Relatives 6. Methods in the Algebra of Relatives 7. The General Formula for Relatives Chapter VII: On the Logic of Number (1881) 1. Definition of Quantity 2. Simple Quantity 3. Discrete Quantity 4. Semi-infinite Quantity 5. Discrete Simple Quantity Infinitein both Directions 6. Limited Discrete Simple Quantity Chapter VIII: Associative Algebras (1881) 1. On the Relative Forms of the Algebras 2. On the Algebras in which Division is Unambiguous Chapter IX: Brief Description of the Algebra of Relatives (1882) Chapter X: On the Relative Forms of Quaternions (1882) Chapter XI: On a Class of Multiple Algebras (1882) Chapter XII: The Logic of Relatives (1883) Chapter XIII: On the Algebra of Logic: A Contribution to the Philosophy of Notation (1885) 1. Three Kinds of Signs 2. Non-Relative Logic 3. First-Intentional Logic of Relatives 4. Second-Intentional Logic 5. Note Chapter XIV: The Critic of Arguments (1892) 1. Exact Thinking 2. The Reader is Introduced to Relatives Chapter XV: The Regenerated Logic (1896) Chapter XVI: The Logic of Relations (1897) 1. Three Grades of Clearness 2. Of the Term Relation in its First Grade of Clearness 3. Of Relation in the Second Grade of Clearness 4. Of Relation in the Third Grade of Clearness 5. Triads, the Primitive Relatives 6. Relatives of Second Intention 7. The Algebra of Dyadic Relatives 8. General Algebra of Logic 9. Method of Calculating with the General Algebra 10. Schroder's Conception of Logical Problems 11. Professor Schroder's Pentagrammatical Notation 12. Professor Schroder's Iconic Solution of 13. Introduction to the Logic of Quantity Chapter XVII: The Logic of Mathematics in Relation to Education (1808) 1. Of Mathematics in General 2. Of Pure Number Chapter XVIII: Infinitesimals (1900) Chapter XIX: Nomenclacture and Divisions of Dyadic Relations (1903) 1. Nomenclature 2. First System of Divisions 3. Second System of Divisions 4. Third System of Divisions 5. Fourth System of Divisions 6. Note on the Nomenclature and Divisions of Modal Dyadic Relations Chapter XX: Notes on Symbolic Logic and Mathematics (1901 and 1911) 1. Imaging 2. Individual 3. Involution 4. Logic (exact) 5. Multitude (in mathematics) 6. Postulate 7. Presupposition 8. Relatives 9. Transposition Appendix: On Nonions Index of Proper Names Index of Subjects

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書名 Exact logic ; The simplest mathematics
著作者等 Hartshorne, Charles
Peirce, Charles S.
Weiss, Paul
Peirce Charles S.
シリーズ名 Collected papers of Charles Sanders Peirce
出版元 Belknap Press of Harvard University Press
刊行年月 1960, c1933
ページ数 2 v. in 1 (xiv, 433, x, 601 p.)
大きさ 24 cm
ISBN 0674138015
NCID BA11104180
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言語 英語
出版国 アメリカ合衆国


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Exact logic
The simplest mathematics