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Peirce’s Deductive Logic

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[Revised entry by Sun-Joo Shin on May 20, 2022.
Changes to: Main text, Bibliography, notes.html]
Charles Sanders Peirce was a philosopher, but it is not easy to classify him in philosophy because of the breadth of his work. (Please refer to the table of contents of the entry Charles Sanders Peirce.) Logic was one of the main topics on which Peirce wrote. If we focus on logic, however, it becomes apparent that both Peirce’s concept of logic and his work on logic were much broader than his predecessors’, his contemporaries’, and ours. First,…

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