Dyadic Relation
Dictionary Entry  Posted 11/08/2017 Quote from "Logic, Exact" Dyadic relation. A fact relating to two individuals. Thus, the fact that A is similar to B, and the fact that A is a lover of... 

Manuscript  Posted 25/11/2014 Peirce, Charles S. (1903). C.S.P.'s Lowell Lectures of 1903 2nd Draught of 3rd Lecture. MS [R] 462 Robin Catalogue: Beta Graph, Alphaimpossibility, Betaimpossibility, Principle of Contradiction, Principle of Excluded Middle, Relation, Reference, Gamma Graph, Ens Rationis, Softness, Hardness, Adjectival Meaning, Constitutive Principle, Regulative Principle, Pragmatism, Dormitive Virtue, Quality, Possibility, Law of Nature, Existence, Dyadic Relation, Triadic Relation, Brute Relation, Rerelation, Conception, Giving, Law, Sign, Firstness, Secondness, Thirdness, Icon, Index, Symbol


Manuscript  Posted 19/09/2014 Peirce, Charles S. (190102 [c.]). An Illustration of Dynamics. MS [R] 49 Robin Catalogue: Infinitesimal, Reality, Existence, Unreal, Proper Name, Common Name, Fancy, Percept, Multitude, Collection, Definiteness, Latitude of Choice, Individuality, Counting, Perceptual Observation, Ens Rationis, Set, Couple, Dyadic Relation, General, Nonexistence, Selfcorrespondence, Correlative Inclusion, Multiplicity


Manuscript  Posted 15/09/2014 Peirce, Charles S. (nd). Cardinal and Ordinal Number [R]. MS [R] 42 Robin Catalogue: 

Dictionary Entry  Posted 10/09/2014 Quote from "Considerations concerning the Doctrine of Multitude" A dyadic relation is a genaral character of dyads, or ordered pairs. [—] A genuine dyadic relation is one which does not consist in the two members of any... 

Manuscript  Posted 10/09/2014 Peirce, Charles S. (190507 [c.]). Considerations concerning the Doctrine of Multitude. MS [R] 27 Robin Catalogue: 

Dictionary Entry  Posted 09/09/2014 Quote from "On Multitude" A dyadic relation is a predicate of an ordered pair of subjects, of which one, the grammatical subject, is called the relate, and the other, the grammatical object[,] is called... 

Manuscript  Posted 09/09/2014 Peirce, Charles S. (1897 [c.]). On Multitude. MS [R] 26 Mathematics, Logica Utens, Logica Docens, Collection, Sui Generis Relation, Indefinable Relation, Postulate, Axiom, Corollary, Dyadic Relation, Relate, Correlate, Negative Relation, Principle of Contradiction, Principle of Excluded Middle, Universal Quantification, Particular Quantification, Quantifier, Arithmetical Relation, Deductio Ad Absurdum, Algebra of Dyadic Relatives, General Algebra of Logic, Complementary Collection, Theorem, Problem, Universe of Discourse, Boolian Notation, Peircian Notation, Anonyman Notation, Quantification, Vagueness, Universally Quantified Index, Particularly Quantified Index


Dictionary Entry  Posted 09/09/2014 Quote from "Notes Preparatory to a Criticism of Bertrand Russell's Principles of Mathematics" By a “dyadic relation” I mean a predicate applicable to two subjects, usually independent. 

Dictionary Entry  Posted 09/09/2014 Quote from "Recreations in Reasoning" A fact true of a pair of subjects […] is a “dyadic relation.” 

Dictionary Entry  Posted 09/09/2014 Quote from "The Logic of Relatives" …a dyadic relation […] is nothing but an aggregation of pairs. Now any two hecceities may in either order form a pair; and any aggregate whatever of such pairs will... 

Dictionary Entry  Posted 09/09/2014 Quote from "Nomenclature and Divisions of Dyadic Relations" A dyadic relation is a character whose being consists in the logical possibility of a definite fact concerning an ordered pair, or dyad, of subjects... 

Manuscript  Posted 01/09/2014 Peirce, Charles S. (1912). Notes Preparatory to a Criticism of Bertrand Russell's Principles of Mathematics. MS [R] 12 Robin Catalogue: 