Peirce, C(harles) S

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Peirce, C(harles) S
by Charles Sanders Peirce
Published in 1906 in American Men of Science, 1st edition (sometimes called Volume 1), page 248. Next, 1910, 2nd edition (sometimes called Volume 2), page 364.
AMS Volume 1's preface says (page vi), that entries consist of information supplied by their subjects and that the star (asterisk) is supplied by the editor James McKeen Cattell and indicates the subject's being considered among the top 1,000 American men of science (10,000 entries were sought).

[1906]

Peirce, С(harles) S, ‘Arisbe,’ Milford, Pa.  *Logic.  Cambridge, Mass, Sept. 10, 39.  A.B, Harvard, 59, A.M, 62, B.S, 63.  Asst, U. S. Coast and Geod. Surv, 73–93.  Lecturer, Harvard, 64–65, 69–71; Hopkins, 80–82; Lowell Inst, 66, 95, 03.  Delegate for U. S, Int. Gradmessung Conf, StuttgartNat. Acad; Am. Acad.  Logic, especially logic of relations, probabilities, theory of inductive and abductive validity; epistemology; metrology; history of science; multiple algebra; doctrine of multitudes; gravity; wave-lengths; phonetics of Elizabethan English; great men; ethics; phaneroscopy; cosmology; experimental psychology; physical geometry.—Foundations of mathematics; classification of science; code of terminology; topical geometry.


[1910]

Peirce, С(harles) S(antiago Sanders), ‘Arisbe,’ Milford, Pa.  *Logic.  Cambridge, Mass, Sept. 10, 39.  A.B, Harvard, 59, A.M, 62, B.S, 63.  Asst, U. S. Coast and Geod. Surv, 73–93.  Lecturer, Harvard, 64–65, 69–71, 03; Hopkins, 80–82; Lowell Inst, 66, 95, 03.  Delegate for U. S, Int. Gradmessung Conf, StuttgartNat. Acad; fel. Am. Acad.  Logic, especially logic of relations, probabilities, theory of inductive and retroductive validity and of definition; epistemology; metrology; history of science; multiple algebra; doctrine of the nature and constitution of numbers; gravity; wave-lengths; phonetics of Elizabethan English; great men; ethics; phaneroscopy; speculative cosmology; experimental psychology; physical geometry.—Foundations of mathematics; classification of science; code of terminology; topical geometry.


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