Logic is not founded upon philology - Charles Sanders Peirce

To change language does not mean to change logic
Nor does logic depend upon certain psychological
necessities and tendencies
Logic need not be founded on a group of similar languages
There is no standard form for the expression of logical conclusions

These texts are drawn from Feibleman's comprehensive 
parsing of Peirce MIT 1969 Page 84
In some cases they include inferences aimed
at underlining or clarifying
In any case they stand alone as signs in themselves
and make no pretense of interpreting or representing


The logician need not decide if there is such a thing as reality

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