Peirce, C(harles) S

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[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.


This work was published before January 1, 1923, and is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago.