Charles Peirce's Empiricism

New York, Octagon Books (1939)
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Peirce is habitually obscure and very often confused, but it is not so much the content as the order of his ideas that requires reconstruction. ...
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Call number B945.P44.B8 1966
ISBN(s) 0415613663   0415225361   9780415225366
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