Charles Sanders

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Charles Sanders Peirce Bibliography - Secondary Literature - Overviews and Biographies - Articles 1914–1934
... (Chronological) Anonymous (1914 April 23), "Charles S ... Peirce, Herbert Henry David and Ellis, Helen Huntington Peirce (1914 May 16), "Charles Sanders Peirce", Boston Evening Transcript, Part 3, p ... (1914 May 27), "Charles Santiago Sanders Peirce ’59", Harvard Alumni Bulletin, v ...
Charles W. Sanders
... Charles W ... Sanders (born May 12, 1947) is an insurance agent, tour bus driver, and retired Ohio auto worker who has run as a Democrat for the U.S ... When Portman resigned his seat, Sanders was a candidate for the Democratic nomination in the Second, but lost to Paul Hackett ...

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    The percept is the reality. It is not in propositional form. But the most immediate judgment concerning it is abstract. It is therefore essentially unlike the reality, although it must be accepted as true to that reality. Its truth consists in the fact that it is impossible to correct it, and in the fact that it only professes to consider one aspect of the percept.
    Charles Sanders Peirce (1839–1914)