Encyclopedia Article | Posted 25/05/2015
West, Donna: "Recommendations as Imperative Propositions in the Operation of Abductive Reasoning: Peirce and Beyond"
Peirce’s explicit directive that abductions must “recommend a course of action” (1909: MS 637: 12) is in line with his increasing pragmatic emphasis. This recommendation is not generated...
Article in Journal | Posted 29/10/2014
Tschaepe, Mark (2014). Abduction and Guessing
Despite the great importance placed upon the operation of abduction as an inferential process, few studies have been devoted specifically to the process of guessing as a piece of the abduction puzzle...
Manuscript | Posted 22/09/2014
Peirce, Charles S. (1903). Lecture I [R]. MS [R] 448
Science, Reasoning, Feeling of Logicality, Logical Criticism, Conduct, Feeling of Pleasure, Morals, Self-control, Ideal, Pleasure, Self-criticism, Liberty, Necessitarianism, Moral Conduct, Norm, Standard, Logic, Ethics, Guessing, Criticism of Reasoning, Certainty, Body, Soul, General Formula, Sensation, Law, Wilhelm Wundt, Logica Utens, Tycho Brahe, Isaac Newton