Charles Sanders Peirce: Contributions to "The Nation" - Vol. 3

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CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION13
72 (10 January 1901) 36-37 WALLACE'S STUDIES17
72 (24 January 1901) 72-73 WILLIAM HERSCHEL20
72 (24 January 1901)76 Webster's International Dictionary of the English Language, edited by W. T. Harris,23
72 (31 January 1901) 96-97 SHAFTESBURY25
72 (28 March 1901) 254 NOTES "on Bowley's Elements of Statistics"28
72 (28 March 1901) 258-259 By Land and Sea, by John M. Bacon29
72 (13 June 1901) 479-480 Essays in Illustration of the Action of Astral Gravitation in Natural Phenomena, by William Leighton Jordan31
72 (20 June 1901) 497-498 Le Volcabitlaire Philosophique, par Edmond Goblot34
73 (25 July 1901) 70 NOTES "on Turner's Knowledge, Belief, and Certitude"35
73 (1 August 1901) 95-96 BERKELEY'S WORKS36
73 (1 August 1901) 99-100 Bibliotics, by Persifor Frazer39
73 (15 August 1901) 139-140 The Philosophy of Religion in England and America, by Alfred Caldecott41
73 (29 August 1901) 172-173 SOME PHYSICAL BOOKS43
73 (3 October 1901) 267-268 MAHER'S PSYCHOLOGY47
73 (24 October 1901) 325-326 Ethics: Descriptive and Explanatory, by Sidney Edward Mezes50
73 (21 November 1901) 393-395 THE NATIONAL ACADEMY AT PHILADELPHIA53

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  • Title Page 1
  • Contents 3
  • Introduction 13
  • Charles Sanders Peirce: Contributions to the Nation 1901 17
  • 1902 60
  • 1903 111
  • 1904 149
  • 1905 197
  • 1906 254
  • 1907 284
  • 1908 298
  • Obituaries of Charles Sanders Peirce from the Nation 1914 303
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