This Charles Sanders Peirce bibliography consolidates numerous references to the writings of Charles Sanders Peirce, including letters, manuscripts, publications, and Nachlass. For an extensive chronological list of Peirce's works (titled in English), see the Chronologische Übersicht (Chronological Overview) on the Schriften (Writings) page for Charles Sanders Peirce.

Abbreviations

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Main editions (posthumous)

CP x.y = Collected Papers of Charles Sanders Peirce, volume x, paragraph y.
CN x:y = Contributions to 'The Nation' , volume x, page y. (Some scholars use "N".)
EP x:y = The Essential Peirce: Selected Philosophical Writings, volume x, page y.
HP x:y = Historical Perspectives on Peirce's Logic of Science: A History of Science, volume x, page y.
NEM x:y = The New Elements of Mathematics by Charles S. Peirce, volume x, page y. (Some scholars use "NE".)
PMSW x = Philosophy of Mathematics: Selected Writings, page x. (No established scholarly abbreviation yet.)[1]
PPM x = Pragmatism as a Principle and Method of Right Thinking: The 1903 Harvard "Lectures on Pragmatism", page x. (Some scholars use "HL".)
RLT x = Reasoning and the Logic of Things, page x.
SS x = Semiotic and Significs: The Correspondence between C. S. Peirce and Victoria Lady Welby, page x. (Some scholars use "PW".)
W x:y = Writings of Charles S. Peirce: A Chronological Edition, volume x, page y.

Other

CLL x = Chance, Love and Logic: Philosophical Essays, page x.
LI x = The Logic of Interdisciplinarity: The Monist-series, page x.
PSWS x = Peirce on Signs: Writings on Semiotic, page x. ("PSWS" coined for this wiki.)[2]
PWP x = Philosophical Writings of Peirce, page x.
SIL x = Studies in Logic by Members of the Johns Hopkins University, page x.
SW x = Charles S. Peirce, Selected Writings, page x.
PEP = Peirce Edition Project.
TCSPS = Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society

Primary literature

The manuscript material now (1997) comes to more than a hundred thousand pages. These contain many pages of no philosophical interest, but the number of pages on philosophy certainly number much more than half of that. Also, a significant but unknown number of manuscripts have been lost.

— Joseph Ransdell, 1997.[3]

Bibliographies and microfilms

Microfilm Bibliography
The Charles S. Peirce Papers [the Nachlass]
  • (1966) The Charles S. Peirce Papers, Microfilm Edition, Thirty Reels with Two Supplementary Reels Later Added.[4]
    • Harvard also made microfilms of Peirce's professional correspondence, cataloged by Robin (1967; see on right).[i]
  • Robin, Richard S. (1967). Annotated Catalogue of the Papers of Charles S. Peirce.[5]
  • — (1971). "The Peirce Papers: A Supplementary Catalogue." Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society 7(1):37–57.[6]


  • On the vicissitudes of Peirce's papers, see Houser (1989).[7][ii]
Complete Published Works
  • (1977) Charles Sanders Peirce: Complete Published Works, Including Selected Secondary Materials. Microfiche Edition.[8]
    • Made available along with it was a microfiche of Ketner (1977; see on right).
  • Ketner, Kenneth Laine, et al., (1977). A Comprehensive Bibliography and Index of the Published Works of Charles Sanders Peirce, with a Bibliography of Secondary Studies.[9]

Other bibliographies of primary literature

Main editions

Collected Papers (CP)

Collected Papers of Charles Sanders Peirce, vols. 1–6 (1931–1935), vols. 7–8 (1958).[17][v]

The Writings or the Chronological Edition (W)

Contributions to The Nation (CN or N)

New Elements of Mathematics (NEM or NE)

Some online sources incorrectly list the ISBNs of these volumes, for example, sometimes interchanging those of volumes II and III(1/2).

Review PDF by Arthur W. Burks in the Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society, vol. 84, no. 5, Sept. 1978.

Historical Perspectives on Peirce's Logic of Science (HP)

Semiotic and Significs (SS or PW)

Essential Peirce (EP)

Philosophy of Mathematics (PMSW)

Lectures by Peirce

1865 spring: Harvard lectures on "The Logic of Science". (I-XI et al., W 1:162-302). Lect. I Arisbe "Eprint" (PDF). (106 KiB).
1866 Oct. 24 – Dec. 1: Lowell Institute lectures on "The Logic of Science; or Induction and Hypothesis". (I-XI et al., W 1:358-530)
1869 Dec. 14 – 1870 Jan. 15: Harvard lectures on "British Logicians". (Some in W 1:310-347). See below.
1879–1884: Johns Hopkins University Lecturer in Logic. Introductory Lecture Sept. 1882, Johns Hopkins University Circulars, v. 2, n. 19, p p. 11-12, Nov. 1882. EP 1:214-214, CP 7.59-76, W 4:378-382.
1892 Nov. 28 – 1893 Jan. 5: Lowell lectures on "The History of Science". 12 lectures. Robin Catalogue describes notes in MSS 1274–1283. ("Concluding Remarks" CP 7.267–275. All in HP 2:139–296.)
1898 Feb. 10 – Mar. 7: Cambridge (MA) conference lectures (at Mrs. Ole Bull's) on "Reasoning and the Logic of Things". See below.
1903 Mar. 26 – May 17: Harvard lectures on "Pragmatism". See below.
1903 Nov. 23 – Dec. 17: Lowell lectures on "Some Topics of Logic bearing on Questions now Vexed". See below.
1905: Adirondack Summer School Lectures. On the nature and classification of the sciences. MS 1334, 59 pp., 35–36 in CP 1.284 and 7–23 on pp. 46–48 in Classical American Philosophy, Stuhr, ed. Nubiola quotes from MS pp. 11–14 and 20.
1907 Apr. 8–13: Harvard Philosophy Club lectures on "Logical Methodeutic".
Sources: Peirce Edition Project's Peirce Chronology and "Peirce, Charles Sanders" (1934) by Paul Weiss.

On British Logicians (the 1869–1870 Harvard lectures)

Reasoning and the Logic of Things (RLT) (The 1898 Lectures in Cambridge, MA)

Editorial Procedures, xi-xii
Abbreviations, xiii-xiv
Introduction: The Consequences of Mathematics, 1-54
  (Kenneth Laine Ketner and Hilary Putman)
Comment on the Lectures, 55-102   (Hilary Putman)
Lecture One: Philosophy and the Conduct of Life, 105-122
Lecture Two: Types of Reasoning, 123-142
[Exordium for Lecture Three], 143-145

Lecture Three: The Logic of Relatives, 146-164
Lecture Four: First Rule of Logic, 165-180
Lecture Five: Training in Reasoning, 181-196
Lecture Six: Causation and Force, 197-217
Lecture Seven: Habit, 218-241
Lecture Eight: The Logic of Continuity, 242-270
Notes, 272-288
Index, 289-297

Lectures on Pragmatism (LOP) and Pragmatism as a Principle and Method of Right Thinking (PPM) (the 1903 Harvard lectures)

Topics of Logic (the 1903 Lowell lectures and syllabus)

Other collections

Chance, Love, and Logic: Philosophical Essays (CLL)

Preface xvii
Introduction [based on 1916 memorial essay on Peirce] ix
Proem: The Rules of Philosophy 1

Part I. Chance and Logic (Illustrations of the Logic of Science.)
1. The Fixation of Belief 7
2. How to Make Our Ideas Clear 32
3. The Doctrine of Chances 61
4. The Probability of Induction 82
5. The Order of Nature 106
6. Deduction, Induction and Hypothesis 131
Part II. Love and Chance
1. The Architecture of Theories 157
2. The Doctrine of Necessity Examined 179
3. The Law of Mind 202
4. Man s Glassy Essence 238
5. Evolutionary Love 267

Supplementary Essay—The Pragmatism of Peirce, by John Dewey 301

Philosophical Writings of Peirce (PWP)

Preface vii
Introduction ix
1. Concerning the Author 1
2. The Fixation of Belief 5
3. How to Make Our Ideas Clear 23
4. The Scientific Attitude and Fallibilism 42
5. Philosophy and the Sciences: A Classification 60
6. The Principles of Phenomenology 74
7. Logic as Semiotic: The Theory of Signs 98
8. The Criterion of Validity in Reasoning 120
9. What is a Leading Principle? 129
10. The Nature of Mathematics 135
11. Abduction and Induction 150
12. On the Doctrine of Chances, with Later Reflections 157
13. The Probability of Induction 174
14. The General Theory of Probable Inference 190
15. Uniformity 218
16. Some Consequences of Four Incapacities 228
17. The Essentials of Pragmatism 251
18. Pragmatism in Retrospect: A Last Formulation 269
19. Critical Common-sensism 290
20. Perceptual Judgments 302
21. Two Notes: on Motives, on Percepts 306
22. The Approach to Metaphysics 310
23. The Architecture of Theories 315
24. The Doctrine of Necessity Examined 324
25. The Law of Mind 339
26. Synechism, Fallibilism, and Evolution 354
27. Evolutionary Love 361
28. The Concept of God 375
Notes 379
Index 381

Charles S. Peirce's letters to Lady Welby

Essays in the Philosophy of Science

Selected Writings (SW)

Charles S. Peirce: The Essential Writings

Peirce on Signs: Writings on Semiotic (PSWS)

The Logic of Interdisciplinarity: The Monist-series (LI)

Peirce, C. S. (2009), Charles S. Peirce. The Logic of Interdisciplinarity: The Monist-series, Elize Bisanz, editor. Berlin: Akademie Verlag (now de Gruyter), 2009, 455 pp. Print (ISBN 978-3-05-004410-1). Electronic (ISBN 978-3-05-004733-1). In some places the title is ordered differently, the phrase "The Logic of Interdisciplinarity" coming first. German publication of Peirce's works in English. Bisanz's introduction may be in German. Includes "a short biography" by Kenneth Laine Ketner of Peirce actually entitled "Charles Sanders Peirce: Interdisciplinary Scientist" which includes the entire text of Peirce's 1904 manuscript of his intellectual autobiography. Publisher's catalog page (in German). Announcement of the book with table of contents, Google-translated into English, and in the original German (T.O.C. still in English].

Dictionary contributions by Peirce

The Century Dictionary

(Baldwin) Dictionary of Philosophy and Psychology

Books authored or edited by Peirce, published in his lifetime

Contents of Studies in Logic 1883
Charles S. Peirce Preface iii–vi
Allan Marquand "The Logic of the Epicureans" [Arisbe Eprint] 1-11
Allan Marquand "A Machine for Producing Syllogistic Variations" 12-15
"Note on an Eight-Term Logical Machine" 16
Christine Ladd "On the Algebra of Logic" 17–71
Oscar Howard Mitchell "On a New Algebra of Logic" 72–106
B. I. Gilman "Operations in Relative Number with Applications to the Theory of Probabilities" 107–125
C. S. Peirce "A Theory of Probable Inference" (Reprinted: CP 2.694–754; W4, 408–450) 126-181
"Note A" ["On a Limited Universe of Marks"] (Revised version in CP 2.517–531) 182–186
"Note B" ["The Logic of Relatives"] (Reprinted: CP 3.328–358; W4:453–466) 187–203
Extractions and pamphlets

Articles by Peirce, published in his lifetime

This list includes mainly published philosophical and logical works of some note. Papers by Peirce in many fields were published and he wrote over 300 reviews for The Nation. Sometimes an article below is shown after a special series, but was published during the series. Also note a complicating fact of Peirce scholarship, that Peirce sometimes made significant later corrections, modifications, and comments, for which one needs to consult such works as CP, W, EP, and the (online) Commens Dictionary of Peirce's Terms.

NB: Links in this section embedded in page numbers and edition numbers are through Google Book Search. Users outside the US may not yet be able to gain full access to those linked editions.[29] The other links such as to PEP and Arisbe do not go to Google Book Search. Internet Archive links generally go to book's relevant page; once there, click on book's title at pane's top for other formats (pdf, plaintext, and so forth; unfortunately, Internet Archive fails to inform reader about that).

Publishers of journals with multiple articles by Peirce (when not too varied in name or fact):

Articles

Drafts and manuscripts subsequently published

Secondary literature

The Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society, quarterly since spring 1965, contains many Peirce-related articles, most of them not listed anywhere below, and their Website has a grand table of contents for all issues (T.O.C.).

Bibliographic resources for secondary literature

Journals

Semiotics

Pragmatism

Overviews and biographies

Articles 1914–1934

Later articles

Books

Arisbe, Peirce House

Anthologies and journals' special issues

Other works

References

Notes

  1. ^ Both of Robin's catalogues, together with color image scans of complete works in the microfilm edition, are freely accessible at the repository institution's online library catalog (HOLLIS) as the Charles Sanders Peirce Papers (MS Am 1632) Houghton Library, Harvard University (HOLLIS # 000602456).
  2. ^ Reportedly the papers remain in unsatisfactory condition. Pietarinen, Ahti-Veikko, (29 March 2012), "Memorandum to the President of Charles S. Peirce Society" Archived 2012-12-29 at the Wayback Machine (ePrint). University of Helsinki.
  3. ^ Also contains a bibliography of secondary literature prior to 1964 (pp. 486–514).
  4. ^ Shook, John R. (1998), Pragmatism. An Annotated Bibliography 1898–1940, with contributions by E. P. Colella, L. Friedman, F. X. Ryan, and I. K. Skrupskelis. Amsterdam: Rodopi. ISBN 978-90-420-0269-2, 90-420-0269-7. Rodopi catalog page.
  5. ^ Table of contents of each volume: Collected Papers in "Schriften von Charles Sanders Peirce" at the German Wikipedia (contents in English). Review: Ernest, Paul (1997). "Review of the Electronic Edition of 'The Collected Papers of C. S. Peirce'." Philosophy of Mathematics Education Journal 10.
  6. ^ de Waal, Cornelis. 2009. "The Writings of Charles S. Peirce." PEP. "Work on volume 7, which will contain a selection of Peirce's Century Dictionary definitions, continues steadily, as does work on volumes 9 (1892–1893) and 11 (Peirce's "How to Reason" aka the "Grand Logic")."
  7. ^ The Century Dictionary itself is available both online (at no charge) and on CD at http://www.global-language.com/century/

Citations

  1. ^ "PhM" would seem to refer to an academic degree. Irving Anellis, a philosopher of logic, has noted that "PM" and "PoM" would confuse scholars in philosophy of mathematics, since "PM" and "PoM" are well established for Bertrand Russell's and Alfred North Whitehead's Principia Mathematica and Russell's The Principles of Mathematics, respectively.
  2. ^ "PSWS" because "PS" could refer to Peirce Studies; "PSW" could be mistaken for Charles S. Peirce: Selected Writings; and "POS" is a common abbreviation for an obscene phrase.
  3. ^ "Some Leading Ideas of Peirce's Semiotic", end note 2, 1997 revision of 1977 version in Semiotica 19, 1977, pp. 157–178.
  4. ^ (1966). The Charles S. Peirce Papers, Microfilm Edition, Thirty Reels with Two Supplementary Reels Later Added. Cambridge: Harvard Library, Photographic Service.
  5. ^ Robin, Richard S. (1967), Annotated Catalogue of the Papers of Charles S. Peirce (html text). Amherst, MA: University of Massachusetts Press. – via PEP. Facsimile available via HOLLIS.
  6. ^ Robin, Richard S. (1971), "The Peirce Papers: A Supplementary Catalogue." Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society 7(1):37–57. ISSN 0009-1774. Facsimile available via HOLLIS.
  7. ^ Houser, Nathan (1989). "The Fortunes and Misfortunes of the Peirce Papers." Fourth Congress of the IASS. Perpignan, France: International Association for Semiotic Studies. Published in (1992) "The Fortunes and Misfortunes of the Peirce Papers." Pp. 1259–68 in Signs of Humanity 3, edited by M. Balat and J. Deledalle-Rhode. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
  8. ^ (1977). Charles Sanders Peirce: Complete Published Works, Including Selected Secondary Materials. Microfiche Edition, edited by K. L. Ketner, C. S. Hardwick, C. J. W. Kloesel, J. M. Ransdell, (board of editors); and M. H. Fisch (consulting editor). Greenwich, CT: Johnson Associates, Inc.
  9. ^ Ketner, Kenneth Laine, et al., (1977). A Comprehensive Bibliography and Index of the Published Works of Charles Sanders Peirce, with a Bibliography of Secondary Studies, edited by K. L. Ketner, (primary bib. & index); C. J. W. Kloesel and J. M. Ransdell, (secondary bib.); M. H. Fisch and C. S. Hardwick, (consulting eds.) 2nd ed — (1986). A Comprehensive Bibliography of the Published Works of Charles Sanders Peirce (2nd ed.), edited by K. L. Ketner, with A. F. Stewart and C. V. Bridges. Bowling Green, OH: Philosophy Documentation Center.. ISBN 978-0912632841, 0-912632-84-4. – via InteLex. 3rd ed — (2013). A Comprehensive Bibliography of the Published Works of Charles Sanders Peirce (3rd ed.), edited by K. L. Ketner.
  10. ^ Cohen, Morris R. (1916). "Charles S. Peirce and a Tentative Bibliography of His Published Writings". The Journal of Philosophy, Psychology, and Scientific Methods. 13 (26): 726–37. doi:10.2307/2012323. JSTOR 2012323.
  11. ^ Fisch, Max H. (1964). "A First Supplement to Arthur W. Burks's Bibliography of the Works of Charles Sanders Peirce" in Studies in the Philosophy of Charles Sanders Peirce, Second Series, edited by E. C. Moore and R. S. Robin. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press.
  12. ^ Fisch, Max H., and Daniel C. Haskell (1952). "Some Additions to Morris R. Cohen's Bibliography of Peirce's Published Writings." Pp. 375–81 in Studies in the Philosophy of Charles Sanders Peirce, edited by P. P. Wiener and F. Young. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. 396 pages.
  13. ^ Kloesel, Christian J. W. (1982). "Bibliography of Charles Peirce 1976 through 1980," (The Relevance of Charles Peirce 2). The Monist 65(2):246–76. doi:10.5840/monist198265220. JSTOR 27902750. – Contains total of 648 items. — "Bibliography of Charles Peirce. 1976 through 1981." In The Relevance of Charles Peirce, (Monist Library of Philosophy), edited by E. Freeman. Open Court. ISBN 978-0914417002, 0-914417-00-2.
  14. ^ NOAA Central Library. 2007. "Charles Sanders Peirce." The Coast and Geodetic Survey Annual Reports 1844–1910 Bibliography of Appendices. Silver Spring, MD: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Appendices in pdf files also available. Retrieved 11 May 2020.
  15. ^ Parker, Kelly A. (2002) [1999]. "Charles S. Peirce on Esthetics and Ethics: A Bibliography." PEP. Archived from the original on 2003-04-06.
  16. ^ Shook, John R. (1998), Pragmatism. An Annotated Bibliography 1898–1940, with contributions by E. P. Colella, L. Friedman, F. X. Ryan, and I. K. Skrupskelis. Amsterdam: Rodopi. ISBN 978-90-420-0269-2, 90-420-0269-7. Rodopi catalog page.
  17. ^ Peirce, Charles S. (1931–1935). Collected Papers of Charles Sanders Peirce 1–6, edited by C. Hartshorne and P. Weiss. — (1958). Collected Papers of Charles Sanders Peirce 7–8, edited by A. W. Burks. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. Volumes 1–8. Online via InteLex.
  18. ^ a b Langford, C. H. (1936). "Review of Collected Papers of Charles S. Peirce, Vol. III, Exact Logic, and Vol. IV, The Simplest Mathematics, edited by Charles Hartshorne and Paul Weiss" (PDF). Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society. 42 (11): 795–796. doi:10.1090/S0002-9904-1936-06439-6.
  19. ^ Peirce Edition Project, eds. (1982–). Writings of Charles S. Peirce, A Chronological Edition. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.
  20. ^ Edward C. Moore, Max H. Fisch, et al., eds., (1982). Volume 1 (1857–1866). Info. & Intro.  IUP catalog page.
  21. ^ Moore, Edward C., et al., eds., (1984). Volume 2 (1867–1871). Info., Intro., & texts of articlesIUP catalog page.
  22. ^ Kloesel, Christian J. W., et al. eds. (1986). Volume 3 (1872–1878). Info. & Intro. IUP catalog page.
  23. ^ Kloesel, Christian J. W., et al., eds., (1989). Volume 4 (1879–1884). Info. & Intro.IUP catalog page.
  24. ^ Kloesel, Christian J. W., et al., eds, (1993). Volume 5 (1884–1886). Info. & IntroIUP catalog page.
  25. ^ Houser, Nathan, et al., eds., (2000). Volume 6 (1886–1890). Info. & Intro. IUP catalog page.
  26. ^ Houser, Nathan, André De Tienne, et al., (2010). Volume 8 (1890–1892). Intro. (PDF). IUP catalog page.
  27. ^ Burks, Arthur W. (1978). "Review of The new elements of mathematics by Charles S. Peirce, edited by Carolyn Eisele" (PDF). Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. 84 (5): 913–918. doi:10.1090/S0002-9904-1978-14533-9.
  28. ^ Auspitz, Josiah Lee (1994), "The Wasp Leaves the Bottle: Charles Sanders Peirce", The American Scholar, v.63, n. 4, autumn, 602-618. Arisbe Eprint.
  29. ^ a b c d x See official Google Inside Google Book Search blog post "From the mail bag: Public domain books and downloads", November 9, 2006, 11:19 AM, posted by Ryan Sands, Google Book Search Support Team, Eprint.
  30. ^ a b See Fisch, Max, 15th paragraph in Introduction to W 2. Many early references to Three Papers on Logic can be found online.
  31. ^ See Houser, Nathan, "Introduction" in W 4. Eprint link to relevant paragraph.
  32. ^ See EP 1, headnote 16. Eprint.

Collections of Peirce's writings on the Internet

Collections of Peirce-related articles on the Internet

Bibliographies on the Internet

Peirce's definitions in the Baldwin

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Initials key from amid the Dictionary's list of collaborators:
A.S.P.P. = Professor Andrew Seth Pringle-Pattison, Edinburgh University, Consulting Editor for English.
C.L.F. = Mrs. C. Ladd-Franklin, Baltimore, Associate Editor for Logic and Psychology, Contributor for Logic.
C.S.P. = Dr. C. S. Peirce, Milford, Pike Co., Pennsylvania, Contributor for Logic.
G.F.S. = Dr. G. F. Stout, University Reader, Oxford, Consulting Editor for English.
H.B.F. = Professor H. B. Fine, Princeton University, Contributor for Physical Science and Mathematics.
J.J. = Professor J. Jastrow, Wisconsin University, Contributor for Physical Science and Mathematics.
J.M.B. = Professor James Mark Baldwin, Princeton University, (Chief) Editor, Contributor for Psychology.
R.A. = Professor R. Adamson, Glasgow University, Contributor for Logic.

Dualism (in philosophy)
[1st para. "C.S.P.- A.S.P.P."
the rest "A.S.P.P."]

Economy (logical principle of)
Empirical Logic
[1st para. "R.A.- C.S.P.",
the rest "R.A."]

Equipollence or -cy
[1st para. "C.S.P.",
while 2nd para. "R.A."]

Genus (in logic)
Given

Imaging (in logic)
["C.S.P., H.B.D."]
Implicit (in logic)
Inconsistency
Independence
Index (in exact logic)
Individual (in logic)

Inference
[1st 5 paras. = in logic, "C.S.P.",
2nd 5 paras. = in psych., "J.M.B., G.D.S."]
Insolubilia

Intention (in logic)
Involution

Kind
Knowledge (in logic)
["C.S.P., C.L.F."]

Laws of Thought
[1st approx. 2040 words, "C.S.P.",
next over 800 words "C.L.F.", and
final two sentences "C.S.P."]

Leading of Proof
Leading Principle
Lemma
Light of Nature
Limitative
Limiting Notion
["J.M.B.- C.S.P."]

Logic
[All 16 paras. "C.S.P., C.L.F."
bracketed sentence by "J.M.B."]

Logic (exact)
[contains over 2,920 words]
Logical
Logical Diagram (or Graph)
Logomachy

Major and Minor (extreme,
term, premise, satz, &c., in logic)
Mark
[1st two paras. "C.S.P., C.L.F.",
remaining two paras., "C.S.P."]
Material Fallacy
Material Logic
Mathematical Logic
["C.S.P" appears twice,
but no others' initials appear].
Matter and Form
[contains over 4,050 words]
Maxim (in logic)

Method and Methodology, or Methodeutic

Middle Term (and Middle)
["C.S.P., C.L.F."]
Mixed
Mnemonic Verses and Words (in logic)
Modality
[contains over 2,900 words]
Modulus
["C.S.P.",
& 9 words by "E.M." near start]
Modus ponens and Modus tollens
Monad (Monadism, Monadology)
[1st para. "A.S.P.P.- J.M.B.",
next four paras. "C.S.P.",
the rest by others]

Multitude (in mathematics)
["C.S.P., H.B.D."]

Name (in logic)
Necessary (in logic)
Necessity
[contains over 1,760 words]

Negation
[1st 1,250 words "C.S.P., C.L.F.",
remaining para. "C.L.F., J.M.B."]
Negative
["C.S.P." except
"negative term" sub-entry
which is by C.L.F.]

Nominal
Nomology
Non-A
Non-Contradiction
Nonsequitur
Norm (and Normality)
[1st sentence "C.S.P.",
rest by "J.J."]
Nota Notae
Numerical

Observation
["C.S.P., J.M.B."]
Obversion
Opposition (in logic)

Organon