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Chance, Love, and Logic : Philosophical Essays

Chance, Love, and Logic: Philosophical Essays
by Charles S. Peirce


Charles S. Peirce's Evolutionary Philosophy

Charles S. Peirce's Evolutionary Philosophy
by Carl R. Hausman


Charles S. Pierce:  The Essential Writings

Charles S. Peirce : The Essential Writings 
by Charles S. Peirce

Charles Sanders Peirce  
1839 - 1914

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The Continuity of Peirce's Thought

Peirce Edition Project

Charles Sanders Peirce (1839-1914) is unique in American intellectual history and is of seminal importance for modern thought. He was a tireless and brilliant thinker whose extensive writings have received international attention for over a century. Remarkably, however, much of what Peirce wrote remains in manuscript form, unpublished and in significant disarray. There has never been a comprehensive edition of Peirce's writings organized chronologically and edited according to current scholarly practices. The Peirce Edition Project was established in 1976 and has been part of IUPUI's School of Liberal Arts since 1983. 

Its mission is to organize and date the manuscripts and to produce an approved scholarly edition of Peirce's writings. This work is assisted by an internationally recognized team of advisors and contributors. Five volumes (of a projected thirty) have been published by Indiana University Press and plans are underway for a parallel electronic edition.

With its extensive collection of primary and secondary materials, the Peirce Edition Project has become an international center for Peirce scholarship and research related to Peirce's intellectual accomplishments and interests and attracts students and scholars from many countries to the Indianapolis campus. Locally, the Peirce Edition Project provides training for students seeking practical experience in editing, scholarly research, and development. 

The principal purpose of the Peirce Edition Project is to
produce a chronologically arranged critical edition of
Peirce's writings.

This new site includes:

bulletEssential Peirce
bulletResearch Center
bulletSite Guide

Peirce Website

A more well established Peirce website.  

This site includes:

bulletLife and Times
bulletCommunity of Inquirers

Is Peirce a Phenomenologist?

Essay by Joseph Ransdell. Dept of Philosophy, Texas Tech University Lubbock, Texas 79409, U.S.A.,


The Works of Peirce

The long-range aim is to make everything of Peirce's available here, whether actually located on the "home" server or through hypertext linkage, and to make it available gratis, where copyright permits, or at whatever access charge the copyright owner requires. 

Site includes links to:

bulletOn A New List Of Categories (1867)On A New List Of Categories (1867)
bulletUpon Logical Comprehension and Extension (1867)
bulletExcerpts from Peirce's Logical Notebooks (1867)
bulletReview of John Venn's Logic of Chance (1867)
bulletCritique of Positivism (1867-68)
bulletQuestions Concerning Certain Faculties Claimed For Man (1868)Questions Concerning Certain Faculties Claimed For Man (1868)
bulletSome Consequences Of Four Incapacities (1868)
bulletGrounds of Validity of the Laws of Logic:  Further
bulletConsequences Of Four Incapacities (1868)
bulletProfessor Porter's Human Intellect (1869)
bulletThe Fixation Of Belief (1877)
bulletHow To Make Our Ideas Clear (1878)
bulletWhat Is A Sign? (1879)
bulletLogic Regarded As Semeiotic (1902)

Interpretants of Peirce's Work

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