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Peirce, Pragmatism, and The Right Way of Thinking

Peirce, Pragmatism, and The Right Way of Thinking

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Published by Markoff Chaney
This report is a summary of and commentary on (a) the seven lectures that C. S. Peirce presented in 1903 on pragmatism and (b) a commentary by P.A. Turrisi, both of which are included in Pragmatism as a Principle and Method of Right Thinking: The 1903 Harvard Lectures on Pragmatism, edited by Turrisi.Peirce is known as the founder of the philosophy of pragmatism and these lectures, given near the end of his life, represent his mature thoughts on the philosophy. Peirce’s decomposition of thinking into abduction, deduction, and induction is among the important points in the lectures.
This report is a summary of and commentary on (a) the seven lectures that C. S. Peirce presented in 1903 on pragmatism and (b) a commentary by P.A. Turrisi, both of which are included in Pragmatism as a Principle and Method of Right Thinking: The 1903 Harvard Lectures on Pragmatism, edited by Turrisi.Peirce is known as the founder of the philosophy of pragmatism and these lectures, given near the end of his life, represent his mature thoughts on the philosophy. Peirce’s decomposition of thinking into abduction, deduction, and induction is among the important points in the lectures.

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SANDIA REPORT
SAND2011-5583Unlimited ReleasePrinted August 2011
Peirce,Pragmatism, andThe Right Way of Thinking
Philip L. Campbell
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SAND2011-5583Unlimited ReleasePrinted August 2011
Peirce,Pragmatism, andThe Right Way of Thinking
Philip L. Campbell
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Abstract
Thisreportisasummaryofandcommentaryon(a)thesevenlecturesthatC. S. Peirce presented in 1903 on pragmatism and (b) a commentary by P.A. Turrisi, both of which are included inPragmatism as a Principle andMethod of Right Thinking: The 1903 Harvard Lectures on Pragmatism,edited by Turrisi[13].Peirceisknownasthefounderofthephilosophyofpragmatismandtheselectures, given near the end of his life, represent his mature thoughts onthe philosophy. Peirce’s decomposition of thinking into abduction,deduction, and induction is among the important points in the lectures.
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