Linked bibliography for the SEP article "Peirce’s Deductive Logic" by Sun-Joo Shin and Eric Hammer

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A. Primary Sources

Primary sources for C. S. Peirce's work

See the list of primary sources in the entry on Charles Sanders Peirce.

Works by C. S. Peirce cited in this entry

  • [CP], Collected Papers of Charles Sanders Peirce, Charles Hartshorne and Paul Weiss (eds.), Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1960, Volumes 3–5. (Scholar)
  • 1870 [DNLR], “Description of a notation for the logic of relatives, resulting from an amplification of the conceptions of Boole's calculus,” in Memoirs of the American Academy, 9: 317–78; reprinted in CP: 3.45–3.148. (Scholar)
  • 1878, “How To Make Our Ideas Clear,” in Popular Science Monthly, 12(January): 286–302; reprinted in CP: 5.388–5.410. (Scholar)
  • 1880, “On the algebra of logic,” in American Journal of Mathematics, 3: 15–57; reprinted in CP: 3.154–3.251. (Scholar)
  • 1882, “Brief description of the algebra of relatives,” manuscript; reprinted in CP: 3.306–3.321.
  • 1883, “The logic of relatives” in Studies in logic by members of the Johns Hopkins University, C.S. Peirce (ed.), Note B, pp. 187–203; reprinted in CP: 3.328–3.358. (Scholar)
  • 1885a, “On the algebra of logic: A contribution to the philosophy of notation,” in The American Journal of Mathematics, 7(2): 180–202; reprinted in CP: 3.359–3.403. (Scholar)
  • 1885b, “Note,” undated but written for the issue of The American Journal of Mathematics, just after the previous article; reprinted in CP: 4.403A–4.403M. (Scholar)
  • 1897, “The logic of relatives,” in The Monist, 7: 161–217; reprinted in CP: 3.456–3.552. (Scholar)
  • 1901, “Notes on symbolic logic and mathematics,” in Dictionary of Philosophy and Psychology (Volume 1), J. M. Baldwin (ed.), New York: The Macmillan Company, p. 518; and reprinted in CP: 3.609–3.645. (Scholar)
  • 1902, “Relatives (of logic)” in Dictionary of Philosophy and Psychology (Volume 1), J. M. Baldwin (ed.), New York: The Macmillan Company, pp. 447–450. Reprinted in CP: 3.636–3.643. (Scholar)
  • 1903a, “Existential Graphs,” in A Syllabus of Certain Topics of Logic, 15–23; reprinted in CP: 4.394–4.417. (Scholar)
  • 1903b, “On Existential Graphs, Euler's Diagrams, and logical algebra,” Unpublished manuscript; printed in CP: 4.418–4.529. (Scholar)
  • 1906, “Prolegomena to an apology for pragmaticism,” in The Monist, 16: 492–546; reprinted in CP: 4.530–4.572. (Scholar)
  • 1911, “Euler's Diagrams,” in Dictionary of Philosophy and Psychology, Volume 2 (2nd Edition), J. M. Baldwin (ed.), New York: The Macmillan Company, p. 28; reprinted in CP: 4.347–4.371. (Scholar)

B. Secondary Sources

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