This volume contains a facsimile reprint of the 1883 Boston edition of Studies in Logic by Members of the Johns Hopkins University, edited by Charles S. Peirce. In relation to this work there are three mutually related aspects of Peirceas thought which deserve to be particularly emphasized: the community structure of science as propagated and practiced by Peirce; his consideration of the fundamental relationship between logic and semiotics; and his emphatic plea for a historisation of science and, hence, of semiotics. Peirceas Studies in Logic is preceded in this volume by a portrait of Peirce as scientist, mathematician, historian, logician and philosopher by Max. H. Fisch, and a history of semiotics and Charles S. Peirce by Achim Eschbach.As early as 1868 in his famous series of essays, he arrived at the conviction, prompted by the topic, aquot;how to make our ... the logical analysis of the concepts of science, the question arises whether or not the conclusion reached by applying oneanbsp;...
|Title||:||'Studies in Logic' by Members of the Johns Hopkins University (1883)|
|Author||:||Charles S. Peirce|
|Publisher||:||John Benjamins Publishing - 1983-01-01|