Charles Sanders Peirce Bibliography - Primary Literature - Drafts and Manuscripts Subsequently Published

Drafts and Manuscripts Subsequently Published

  • (1867), From Peirce's logic notebook, MS 140: March–December 1867, W 2:1–11, PEP Eprint.
  • (1867), "Chapter I. One, Two, and Three" (fragment), MS 144: summer-fall 1867, W 2:103–104, PEP Eprint.
  • (1867–1868), "Critique of Positivism" (editors' title), MS 146: Winter 1867–1868, W 2:122–131, PEP Eprint.
  • (1868), "Questions on Reality", MS 148: Winter-Spring 1868. W 2:162-186, PEP Eprint.
  • (1868), "Potentia ex Impotentia", MS 149: Summer 1868, W 2:187-191, PEP Eprint.
  • (1868), Letter, Peirce to W. T. Harris, Cambridge MA 1868 Nov. 30. L 183: W. T. Harris Collection. W 2:192, PEP Eprint.
  • (1869–1870), MS material toward a textbook of logic
    • (1869) "Preliminary Sketch of Logic", MS 154, W 2:294-297, PEP Eprint.
    • (1869–70) "Lessons in Practical Logic", MS 164, W 2:345-349, PEP Eprint.
    • (1869–70) "A Practical Treatise on Logic and Methodology", MS 165, W 2:350, PEP Eprint.
    • (1869–70) "Rules for Investigation", MS 165, W 2:351-352, PEP Eprint.
    • (1869–70) "Practical Logic", MS 165, W 2:353–355, PEP Eprint.
    • (1869–70) "Chapter 2", MS 166, W 2:356–358, PEP Eprint.
    • (1870) "A System of Logic", MS 169, W 2:4300–432, PEP Eprint.
    • (1870 spring) "Notes for Lectures on Logic to be given 1st term 1870–71", MS 171, W 2:439–440, PEP Eprint.
  • (1872 fall), "", MS 194, W 3:28ff, Arisbe Eprint.
  • (1886), "Qualitative Logic", MS 582, W 5:323–371.
  • (1886), "The Logic of Relatives: Qualitative and Quantitative", MS 584, CP 5.372–378.
  • (c. 1886), "Qualitative Logic" MS 736, NEM 4:101–115.
  • (c. 1886–1889), "", W 6:354-356. Arisbe Eprint.
  • (1893), "The Categories" MS 403, a later version of most of the 1867 paper "On a New List of Categories". Arisbe Eprint PDF (177 KiB) interleaved with the 1867 "New List" for comparison.
  • (c. 1894), "What Is a Sign?", MS 404; partly in CP 2.281, 285, 297-302; EP 2:4–10. PEP Eprint.
  • (c. 1896), "The Logic of Mathematics; An Attempt to Develop My Categories from Within". CP 1.417–519. Eprint
  • (1887–1888), "A Guess at the Riddle", MS 909; CP 1.354, 1.1–2, 1.355–368, 1.373–375, 1.379–383, 1.385–416; The Essential Writings (pp. ?); EP 1:245–279; PSWS 186–202; W 6:165–210. Arisbe Eprint.
  • (1899), "F. R. L.", unpaginated manuscript, c. 1899, CP 1.135–140. Eprint
  • (1901) "On the Logic of Drawing History from Ancient Documents, Especially from Testimonies". CP 7.164–231, HP 2:705–762, and (first half) EP 2:75–114.
  • (1902), "Application of C. S. Peirce to the Executive Committee of the Carnegie Institution" (1902 July 15), partly published in "Parts of Carnegie Application" (L75), NEM 4:13–73.
  • (1902), "MS L75: Logic, Regarded As Semeiotic (The Carnegie application of 1902): Version 1: An Integrated Reconstruction", Joseph Ransdell, ed., Arisbe Eprint. Includes entirety of Manuscript L75, with labeled draft versions interpolated into the final submission of July 1902. Version 1 completed, 1998.
  • (1902), "The Simplest Mathematics", MS dated January–February 1902, intended as Chapter 3 of the projected Minute Logic, CP 4.227–323.
  • (c. 1904), "Καινα στοιχεια" ("New Elements"), MS 517, NEM 4:235–263. Cf. "New Elements", EP 2:300–324. Arisbe Eprint.
  • (1904), Intellectual autobiography in draft letter L 107 (see the Robin Catalog) to Matthew Mattoon Curtis. Published 1983 in "A Brief Intellectual Autobiography by Charles Sanders Peirce" by Kenneth Laine Ketner in American Journal of Semiotics v. 2, nos. 1–2 (1983), 61–83. Some or all of it is in pp. 26–31 in Classical American Philosophy: Essential Readings and Interpretive Essays, John J. Stuhr, ed., Oxford University Press, USA, 1987. L 107 and MS 914 are in "Charles Sanders Peirce: Interdisciplinary Scientist" (first page at Oldenbourg) by Kenneth Laine Ketner in the 2009 Peirce collection Logic of Interdisciplinarity.
  • (1909), "Existential Graphs", MS 514. Eprint of "Existential Graphs MS 514 by Charles Sanders Peirce with commentary by John F. Sowa", that page last modified 23 Jul 2005.

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