C. S. Peirce Created an Evolutionary Philosophy

Essential Peirce Volume 1 | Introduction "Peirce's philosophy does not consist of a set of static doctrines, thought up and written down once and for all; its development over his more than fifty years of scholarship appropriately represents his Darwinian motivation. Not only did he think of himself as working out an evolutionary philosophy, one that includes humankind as part of the evolving natural world, but his writings illustrate his personal commitment to the principle of evolutionary growth." 

Excellent introduction to C. S. Peirce.

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