The Difference That Makes A Difference That Peirce Makes : 12

Re: Peirce List Discussion • Kirsti Määttänen

I have a sense of what Peirce meant by the “Logic of Science” and what Dewey meant by calling Logic the “Theory of Inquiry”.  If that’s logic in the narrow sense and not Logic in the Grandest Metaphysical Sense then it’s been enough for me, ever since I said farewell to the foundational crises of my youth and set to work on tools to help us reason.

That is what logic means to me.

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