Logic arises from the temporal circumstances of thinking - Charles Sanders Peirce

Logic is not founded upon psychology
We have our choice between several ways of thinking
Logical treatises never say anything about what "ought to be thought"

These pages are texts drawn from Feibleman 1969
This from page 82
Much consists of actual words of Peirce
Some include my parsings
Some include Feibleman parsings
The objective is simply to produce stand-alone texts
that may inspire musings
in themselves


Metaphysics ought to be founded on logic 
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