Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society

Tables of Contents

Originally compiled by Elizabeth Jimenez
Institute for Studies in Pragmaticism, Texas Tech University
[under construction, Dec. 2002]

VOLUME XXXVIII, NO. 4 FALL 2002
Richard M. Gale, "The Metaphysics of John Dewey" (477-519)
Helmut Pape, "Pragmatism and the Normativity of Assertion" (521-542)
Jerold Abrams, "Solution to the Problem of Induction: Peirce, Apel, and Goodman on the Grue Paradox" (543-558)
Harry Heft, "Restoring Naturalism to James's Epistemology: A Belated Reply to Miller and Bode" (559-580)
John W. Lango, "Fitch's Method and Whitehead's Metaphysics" (581-603)
Sami Pihlström, "William James on Death and Immortality" (605-628)
John R. Shook, "Addison W. Moore's Pragmatic Approach to Religion and Immortality" (629-647)
Mason Marshall, "The Role of Reason for Borden Parker Bowne" (649-671)
Book Reviews
Cornelis de Waal, On Peirce; by Kelly A. Parker (673-675)
Thomas Hünefelt, Peirce's Dekonstruktion der Tranzendentalphilosophie in eine phänomenologische Semiotik; by Sami Pihlström (676-680)
Phyllis Chiasson, Peirce's Pragmatism: The Design for Thinking; by Jaime Nubiola (681-685)
George Santayana, The Letters of George Santayana, Book One, [1868]-1909; by Glenn Tiller (686-690)
John Beck, Writing the Radical Center: William Carlos Williams, John Dewey, and American Cultural Politics; by Richard Deming (691-697)
John R. Shook (ed.), The Chicago School of Pragmatism; by David Hildebrand (698-704)
Cornelis de Waal (ed.), American New Realism, 1910-1920, 3 vols.; by Fred Wilson (705-707)




VOLUME XXXVIII, NO. 3 SUMMER 2002
I. Grattan-Guinness, "Re-interpreting '': Kempe on Multisets and Peirce on Graphs in the 1880's and 1890's" (327-350)
David Boersema, "Peirce on Names and Reference" (351-362)
Glenn Tiller, "Peirce and Santayana: Pragmatism and the Belief in Substance" (363-392)
Peter Vogt, "Herbert W. Schneider and the Ideal of an Intelligent Society" (393-412)
Matthew Caleb Flamm, "Santayana and Schopenhauer" (413-431)
L. M. Palmer, "Vico and Pragmatism: New Variations on Vichian Themes" (433-440)
Book Reviews
Christopher Hookway, Truth, Rationality and Pragmatism: Themes from Peirce; by Carl. R. Hausman (441-449)
Klaus Oehler (ed.), William James, Pragmatisums, Ein neuer Name für einige alte Wege des Denkens; by Felicitas Krämer (450-456)
Donal L. Gelpi, Varieties of Transcendental Experience: A Study in Constructive Postmodernism; by Robert S. Corrington (457-463)
Judith M. Green, Deep Democracy: Community, Diversity, and Transformation; by Shannon Kincaid (464-467)
Harry Heft, Empirical Psychology in Context: James Gibson, Roger Barker, and the Legacy of William James's Radical Empiricism; by John Capps (468-472)
Micah Hester, Community as Healing: Pragmatist Ethics in Medical Encounters; by Elizabeth Cooke (473-476)




VOLUME XXXVIII, NO. 1/2 WINTER/SPRING 2002
Essays in Honor of Richard S. Robin
Peter H. Hare, "Richard S. Robin: Present at the Creation" (1-6)
Gérard Deledalle, "French Sociology and American Pragmatism: The Sociology of Durkheim and the Pragmatism of John Dewey" (7-11)
Carl R. Hausman, "Charles Peirce's Evolutionary Realism as a Process Philosophy" (13-27)
Christopher Hookway, "'...a sort of composite photograph': Pragmatism, Ideas, and Schematism" (29-45)
Angus Kerr-Lawson, "The Non-Empiricist Categories of Santayana's Materialism" (47-77)
John Lachs, "The Insignificance of Individuals" (79-93)
Edward H. and Dennis W. Madden, "John Dewey: A Commentary" (95-116)
Joseph Margolis, "Dewey's and Rorty's Opposed Pragmatisms" (117-135)
Robert G. Meyers, "Peirce's Extension of Empiricism" (137-154)
Murray G. Murphey, "The Unfinished Ethics of C. I. Lewis" (155-173)
Dan Nesher, "Peirce's Essential Discovery: 'Our Senses as Reasoning Machines' Can Quasi-Prove Our Perceptual Judgments" (175-206)
Klaus Oehler, "Protagoras from the Perspective of Modern Pragmatism" (207-214)
Helmut Pape, "What Thought Is For: The Problematic Identity of Mental Processes with Chance Events in Peirce's Idealistic Metaphysics" (215-251)
Sandra B. Rosenthal, "A Pragmatic Appropriation of Kant: Lewis and Peirce" (253-266)
Thomas L. Short, "Robin on Perception and Sentiment in Peirce" (267-282)
Richard A. Smyth, "Peirce's Normative Science Revisited" (283-306)
Claudine Tiercelin, "Philosophers and the Moral Life" (307-326)




VOLUME XXXVII, NO. 4 FALL 2001
Karl-Otto Apel, "Pragmatism as Sense-Critical Realism Based on a Regulative Idea of Truth: In Defense of a Peircean Theory of Reality and Truth" (443-474)
Kenneth Laine Ketner, "Carolyn Eisele (1902-2000)" (475-489)
Shawn O'Dwyer, "The Classical Conservative Challenge to Dewey" (491-514)
John W. Lango, "Does Whitehead's Metaphysics Contain an Ethics?" (515-536)
David Justin Hodge, "Reforming Emerson: A Review of Recent Scholarship" (537-553)
Donald Morse, "Pragmatism and the Tragic Sense of Life" (555-572)
Raymond D. Boisvert, "Updating Dewey: A Reply to Morse" (573-583)
Rick Tillman, "Reinhold Niebuhr and C. Wright Mills as Convergent Critics of John Dewey and American Liberalism" (585-608)
Mark Moller, "James, Perception and the Miller-Bode Objections" (609-626)
Book Reviews
Sandra Rosenthal and Rogene A. Buchholz, Rethinking Business Ethics, A Pragmatic Approach; by Peter Ochs (627-634)
Louis Menand, The Metaphysical Club: A Story of Ideas in America; by Bruce Kuklick (635-638)
Ralf Müller, Die dynamische Logik des Erkennes von Charles S. Peirce; by Justus Lentsch (639-645)
Denis Hurtubise, Relire Whitehead: Concepts de Dieu dans Process and Reality; by Lewis S. Ford (646-655)
Irving Singer, George Santayana, Literary Philosopher; by Morris Grossman (656-660)
Randall E. Auxier and Mark Y. A. Davies (eds.), Hartshorne and Brightman on God, Process and Persons: The Correspondence, 1922-1945; by Noel E. Boulting (661-668)
Phil Oliver, William James's "Springs of Delight": The Return to Life; by Jonathan Levin (669-673)
Shannon Sullivan, Living Across and Through Skins: Transactional Bodies, Pragmatism and Feminism, by Nathan Hill (674-676)
John McCumber, Time in the Ditch: American Philosophy in the McCarthy Era; by John Capps (677-681)




VOLUME XXXVII, NO. 3 SUMMER 2001
John Shuford, "Four Du Boisian Contributions to Critical Race Theory" (301-337)
Menno Hulswit, "Semeiotic and the Cement of the Universe: A Peircean Process Approach to Causation" (339-363)
Nick C. Sagos, "Detritus and Desiderata: An Interpretation of Authority in the Modern Age" (365-387)
Naoko Saito, "Reconstructing Deweyan Pragmatism in Dialogue with Emerson and Cavell" (389-406)
Book Reviews
Bruce Wilshire, The Primal Roots of American Philosophy: Pragmatism, Phenomenology and Native American Thought; by Victor Kestenbaum (407-415)
Cheryl Misak (ed.), Pragmatism; by Wesley Cooper (416-427)
Steven J. Burton (ed.), The Path of Law and its Influence; by Frederick Kellogg (428-435)
Eugene Garver and Richard Buchanan (eds.), Pluralism in Theory and Practice: Richard McKeon and American Philosophy; by Joseph Betz (436-441)




VOLUME XXXVII, NO. 2 SPRING 2001
Patrick K. Dooley, "Public Policy and Philosophical Critique: The William James and Theodore Roosevelt Dialogue on Strenuousness" (161-177)
Kevin S. Decker, "Ground, Relation, Representation: Kantianism and the Early Peirce" (179-206)
Frank M. Oppenheim, "Dewey on Royce: A Recently Discovered MS, and a Response" (207-221)
Christopher Perricone, "George Santayana's Roots in Ancient Rome" (223-242)
William T. Myers, "Dewey and Whitehead on the Starting Point and Method" (243-255)
Kory Sorrell, "Peirce and a Pragmatic Reconception of Substance" (257-295)
Book Review
Uwe Wirth (ed.), Die Welt als Zeichen und Hypothese: Perspektiven des semiotischen Pragmatismus von Charles S. Peirce; by Randall Dipert (297-299)




VOLUME XXXVII, NO. 1 WINTER 2001
Arnold Johanson, "Modern Topology and Peirce's Theory of the Continuum" (1-12)
Charlene Haddock Seigfried, "Pragmatist Metaphysics? Why Terminology Matters" (13-21)
Dan Nesher, "Peircean Epistemology of Learning and the Function of Abduction as the Logic of Discovery" (23-57)
Chris Van Haeften, "Extension and Epoch: Continuity and Discontinuity in the Philosophy of A. N. Whitehead" (59-79)
Torjus Mitgarden, "Peirce's Speculative Grammar from 1895-1896: Its Exegetical Background and Significance" (81-96)
Jaime J. Marcio, "Abductive Inference, Design Science, and Dewey's Theory of Inquiry" (97-121)
Book Reviews
The Peirce Edition Project (eds.), Writings of Charles S. Peirce: A Chronological Edition, Vol. 6, 1886-1890; by Jamie Nubiola (123-128)
Nathan Houser and Christian Kloesel (eds.), The Essential Peirce: Volume 2 (1893-1913); by Catherine Legg (129-133)
John R. Shook, Dewey's Empirical Theory of Knowledge and Reality; by Richard M. Gale (134-136)
Michael Hodges and John Lachs, Thinking in the Ruins: Wittgenstein and Santayana on Contingency; by Morris Grossman (137-142)
Richard T. Hull (ed.), Presidential Addresses of the American Philosophical Association: 1901-1910, 1911-1920, 1921-1930; by Marcus G. Singer (143-149)
Fernando Zalamea, Ariel Y Arisbe; by Gregory Fernando Pappas (150-153)
William Caspary, Dewey on Democracy; by Robert B. Talisse (154-159)




VOLUME XXXVI, NO. 4 FALL 2000
James Jakób Liszka, "Peirce's New Rhetoric" (439-477)
Vincent Colapeitro, "Let's All Go to the Movies: Two Thumbs Up for Hugo Münsterberg's The Photoplay (1916)" (477-501)
T. L. Short, "Was Peirce a Weak Foundationalist?" (503-528)
Charlene Haddock Seigfried, "Feminist Ethics and the Sociality of Dewey's Moral Theory" (529-534)
Dorothy G. Rogers, "Before Pragmatism: The Practical Idealism of Susan E. Blow (1843-1916)" (535-548)
Thomas C. Hilde, "Intelligence, Accident, and Art as a Practice" (549-561)
Len Olsen, "On Peirce's Systematic Division of Signs" (563-578)
Book Reviews
Casey Haskings and David I. Seiple (eds.), Dewey Reconfigured: Essays on Deweyan Pragmatism; by John R. Shook (579-585)
Donald F. Koch (ed.), Principles of Instrumental Logic: John Dewey's Lectures in Ethics and Political Ethics (1895-1896); by Jennifer Welchman (586-588)




VOLUME XXXVI, NO. 3 SUMMER 2000
Joseph Ransdell, "Peirce and the Socratic Tradition" (341-356)
Frederik Stjernfelt, "Diagrams as Centerpiece of a Peircean Epistemology" (357-384)
Thelma Z. Lavine, "Have Pragmatists Rejected Classical American Philosophy?" (385-392)
Thomas Gardner, "The Subject Matter of Dewey's Metaphysics" (393-405)
Robert Cumbley, "The Synonymous Nature and Communal Function of Peirce's Ground, Immediate Object and Meaning: Three Abductions" (407-418)
Book Reviews
Nicholas Rescher, Realistic Pragmatism: An Introduction to Pragmatic Philosophy; by Sami Pihlström
David L. Hall and Roger T. Ames, Democracy of the Dead: Dewey, Confucius, and the Hope for Democracy in China; by Sun Youzhong
Ann Fulton, Apostles of Sartre: Existentialism in American 1945-1963; by David Justin Hodge




VOLUME XXXVI, NO. 2 SPRING 2000
Michael Scanlan, "The Known and Unknown H. M. Sheffer" (193-224)
Mats Bergman, "Reflections on the Role of the Communicative Sign in Semeiotic" (225-254)
Stefan Kappner, "Why Should We Adopt the Scientific Method? A Response to Misak’s Interpretation of Peirce's Concept of Belief" (255-270)
Martin A. Coleman, "Emerson’s 'Philosophy of the Street'" (271-283)
Phil Cox, "William James’s Epistemological 'Gamble'" (283-296)
Roger Ward, "Experience as Religious Discovery in Edwards and Peirce" (297-309)
Book Reviews
Josiah Royce, Metaphysics (His Philosophy 9 Course of 1915-1916); by John E. Smith
Ludwig Nagl, Pragmatismus: Reihe Campus Einführungen; by Elizabeth Millán-Zaibert
Martin Vetter, Zeichen deuten auf Gott: Der zeichentheoretische Beitrag von Charles S. Peirce zur Theologie der Sakramente; by Ralf Müller
Joan Fontrodona, Ciencia Práctica en la acción directiva; by Moris A. Polanco
David Lamberth, William James and the Metaphysics of Experience; by Marcus Ford
John Clendenning, The Life and Thought of Josiah Royce, Revised and Expanded Edition; by Griffin Trotter




VOLUME XXXVI, NO. 1 WINTER 2000
T. L. Short, "Peirce on the Aim of Inquiry: Another Reading of 'Fixation'" (1-23)
Joseph Betz, "Sandinista Nicaragua as a Deweyan Social Experiment" (25-47)
Roy Whelden, "The Origins and Use of the Theory of Relations: Peirce, DeMorgan and Music Analysis" (49-73)
Berit Brogaard, "The Coup de Grace for Mechanistic Metaphysics: Capek’s New Philosophy of Nature" (75-108)
David L. Hilderbrand, "Putnam, Pragmatism, and Dewey" (109-132)
Gordon Locke, "Peirce’s Metaphysics: Evolution, Synechism, and the Mathematical Conception of the Continuum" (133-147)
Robert G. Burton, "The Problem of Control in Abduction" (149-156)
Book Reviews
Morton White, A Philosopher's Story; by Richard S. Robin
Richard M. Gale, The Divided Self of William James; by Ellen Kappy Suckiel
James Campbell, Recovering Benjamin Franklin; by Andrew J. Reck
Susan Howe, Peirce-Arrow; by Cornelis de Waal
John Ryder, Interpreting America: Russian and Soviet Studies of the History of American Thought; by William J. Gavin
J. A. Popp, Naturalizing Philosophy of Education; by Hugh G. Petrie
Robert Roth, S. J., Radical Pragmatism: An Alternative; by Keith Burkum
Jaap van Brakel and Michael van Heerden (eds.), C. S. Peirce: Categories to Constantinople. Proceedings of the International Symposium on Peirce; by Mark Migotti



VOLUME XXXV, NO. 4 FALL 1999
Robert G. Meyers, "Pragmatism and Peirce’s Externalist Epistemology" (638-653)
Cathy Legg, "Extension, Intension and Dormitive Virtue" (654-677)
Jim Garrison, "The Role of Mimesis in Dewey’s Theory of Qualitative Thought" (678-696)
Murray Code, "Interpreting ‘The Raw Universe’: Meaning and Metaphysical Imaginaries" (698-722)
Lesley Friedman, "Doubt & Inquiry: Peirce and Descartes Revisited" (724-746)
Cornelis de Waal, "Eleven Challenges to the Pragmatic Theory of Truth" (748-766)



VOLUME XXXV, NO. 3 SUMMER 1999
Israel Scheffler, "A Plea for Plurealism" (425-436)
Naomi Cumming, "Musical Signs and Subjectivity" (437-474)
John Capps, "The Pragmatism of Frederick L. Will" (475-499)
Jeff Kasser, "Peirce’s Supposed Psychologism" (501-526)
Steven Fesmire, "Morality as Art: Dewey, Metaphor, and Moral Imagination" (527-550)
Peter Skagestad, "Peirce’s Inkstand as an External Embodiment of Mind" (551-561)
Berit O. Brogaard, "Mead’s Temporal Realism" (563-593)
Leonard J. Waks, "The Means-Ends Continuum and the Reconciliation of Science and Art in the Later Works of John Dewey" (595-611)
Winfried Noth, "Peircean Semiotics in the Study of Iconicity in Language" (613-619)



VOLUME XXXV, NO. 2 SPRING 1999
Helmut Pape, "Abduction and the Topology of Human Cognition" (248-269)
Edward H. Madden and Marian C. Madden, "Ethan Allen, His Philosophical Side" (270-283)
Robert Lane, "Peirce’s Triadic Logic Revisited" (284-311)
Andrew Backe, "Dewey and the Reflex Arc: The Limits of James' Influence" (312-326)
Heather E. Keith, "Feminism and Pragmatism: George Herbert Mead's Ethics of Care" (328-344)
Jim Garrison, "John Dewey, Jacques Derrida, and the Metaphysics of Presence" (346-372)
Herman C. D. G. De Regt, "Peirce's Pragmatism, Scientific Realism, and the Problem of Underdetermination" (374-397)



VOLUME XXXV, NO. 1 WINTER 1999
Henry Jackman, "Prudential Arguments, Naturalized Epistemology, and the Will To Believe" (1-37)
William Gavin, "How Things Go Wrong in Our Experience: John Dewey vs. Franz Kafka vs. William Carlos Williams" (39-68)
Sun Youzhong, "John Dewey in China: Yesterday and Today" (69-88)
Kory Spencer Sorrell, "Feminist Ethics and Dewey's Moral Theory" (89-114)
Uwe Wirth, "Abductive Reasoning in Peirce's and Davidson's Account of Interpretation" (115-127)
Berit O. Brogaard, "Peirce on Abductive and Rational Control" (129-155)
Janice Staab, "Questions Concerning Peirce's Agapic Continuity" (157-176)



VOLUME XXXIV, NO. 4 FALL 1998
Charlene Haddock Seigfried, "Advancing American Philosophy" (807-839)
John J. Stuhr, "Sidetracking American Philosophy" (841-860)
Symposium on Louise M. Rosenblatt
     Vincent Colapietro, "Reading as Experience" (861-868)
     Robert E. Innis, "Pragmatism and the Fate of Reading" (869-884)
     Louise M. Rosenblatt, "Readers, Texts, Authors" (885-921)
Jennifer Faust, "Idealism Meets Realism: The Problem of Convergence in Blanshard’s The Nature of Thought" (923-947)
John Byrnes, "Peirce’s First-Order Logic of 1885" (949-976)
Deborah Boyle, "William James’s Ethical Symphony" (977-1003)
David E. Schrader, "Simonizing James: Taking Demands Seriously" (1005-1028)



VOLUME XXXIV, NO. 3 SUMMER 1998
Jaakko Hintikka, "What Is Abduction? The Fundamental Problem of Contemporary Epistemology" (503-533)
Joseph Margolis, "Peirce's Fallibilism" (535-569)
Marian C. Madden and Edward H. Madden, "Emerson, Goethe, and Fuller: A Philosophical Triangle" (571-604)
Marcus Ford, "William James's Psychical Research and its Philosophical Implications" (605-626)
Carl R. Hausman, "Infinitesimals as Origins of Evolution: Comments Prompted by Timothy Herron and Hilary Putnam on Peirce's Synechism and Infinitesimals" (627-640)
Menno Hulswit, "A Guess at the Riddle of Semeiotic Causation" (641-688)
Axel Honneth, "Between Proceduralism and Teleology: An Unresolved Conflict in Dewey's Moral Theory" (689-711)
Josiah Royce, "A Critical Study of Reality" (713-768)



VOLUME XXXIV, NO. 2 SPRING 1998
Robert G. Meyers, "Putnam and the Permanence of Pragmatism" (346-364)
Ruth Anna Putnam, "The Real William James: A Hilary Putnam and Response to Robert Meyers" (366-381)
Sami Pihlström, "Peircean Scholastic Realism and Transcendental Arguments" (382-413)
Andrew R. Bailey, "The Strange Attraction of Sciousness: William James on Consciousness" (414-434)
L. J. O’Neill, "Aspects of Peirce’s Theory of Influence" (436-449)



VOLUME XXXIV, NO. 1 WINTER 1998
Claudine Tiercelin, "Peirce’s Objective Idealism: A Defense" (1-28)
American Philosophy and the Hispanic World
     Peter H. Hare, "Introduction" (29-30)
     James Nubiola, "C. S. Peirce and the Hispanic Philosophy of the Twentieth Century" (31-49)
     Herman J. Saatkamp, Jr., "Santayana: Hispanic-American Philosopher" (51-68)
     Douglas Browning, "Dewey and Ortega on the Starting Point" (69-92)
     Gregory Fernando Pappas, "The Latino Character of American Pragmatism" (93-112)
Todd M. Lekan, "Ideals, Practical Reason and Pessimism: Dewey’s
Reconstruction of Means and Ends" (113-147)
John Lachs, "Actions and Character: A Reply to Todd Lekan" (149-154)
Henry Jackman, "James’ Pragmatic Account of Intentionality and Truth" (155-181)
Cornelis de Waal, "Peirce’s Nominalist-Realist Distinction, an Untenable Dualism" (183-202)
Stephen E. Braude, "Peirce on the Paranormal" (203-224)
Michael J. McGandy, "The Midworld: Clarifications and Developments" (225-264)



VOLUME XXXIII, NO. 4 WINTER 1997
Scott L. Pratt, "“A Sailor in a Storm:” Dewey on the Meaning of Language" (839-862)
Richard M. Gale, "James’s Semantics of “Truth”" (863-898)
Chance, Love, and Logic: C. S. Peirce and Evolution. Aarhus Conference Papers, Part II
     Kelley J. Wells, "The Thermodynamic Metaphor, Overdetermination and Peirce’s Commitment to Realism" (899-939)
     Peder Voetmann Christiansen, "Peirce and Modern Cosmology: Attractors and Broken Symmetry" (941-957)
     Per Aage Brandt, "How Logic Evolves from Representation" (959-972)
Lewis S. Ford, "On Epochal Becoming: Rosenthal on Whitehead" (973-979)
Sandra B. Rosenthal, "Whitehead and the Ongoing Problem of Temporality: A Response to Lewis Ford" (981-984)
Bruce Wilshire, "Passion for Meaning: William Ernest Hocking’s Religious-Philosophical Views" (985-1002)
Frank X. Ryan, "The “Extreme Heresy” of John Dewey and Arthur F. Bentley II: Knowing Knowing and the Known" (1003-1023)
Thelma Z. Lavine, "Reply to Ryan" (1025-1028)
Frank X. Ryan, "Affirming Dewey’s Philosophy: A Rejoinder" (1029-1033)



VOLUME XXXIII, NO. 3 SUMMER 1997
Gregory Fernando Pappas, "Dewey’s Moral Theory: Experience as Method" (520-556)
Edward H. Madden, "William Ellery Channing: Philosopher, Critic of Orthodoxy, and Cautious Reformer" (558-588)
Timothy Herron, "C. S. Peirce’s Theory of Infinitesimals" (590-645)
Demetra Sfendoni-Mentzou, "Peirce on Continuity and Laws of Nature" (646-678)
Robert Lane, "Peirce’s “Entanglement” with the Principles of Excluded Middle and Contradiction" (680-703)
Andrew Reynolds, "The Incongruity of Peirce’s Tychism" (704-721)
Menno Hulswit, "Peirce’s Teleological Approach to Natural Classes" (722-772)
Frank X. Ryan, "The “Extreme Heresy” of John Dewey and Arthur F. Bentley I: A Star Crossed Collaboration?" (774-794)



VOLUME XXXIII, NO. 2 SPRING 1997
Pierre Thibaud, "Between Saying and Doing: Peirce’s Propositional Space" (271-327)
Thomas Alexander, "Santayana’s Sage: The Disciplines of Aesthetic Enlightenment" (328-357)
Crispin Sartwell, "Bits of Broken Glass: Zora Neale Hurston’s Conception of the Self" (358-391)
Jennifer Welchman, "Dewey, Moore and the Science of Ethics" (392-409)
Howard L. Parsons, "Barrows Dunham: The Progress of an American Radical" (410-444)
James Lawler, "Originalism, Moralism and the Public Opinion State of Mitchell Franklin" (446-487)
Hunter Brown, "The Inadequacy of Wishful Thinking Charges Against William James’s The Will To Believe" (488-519)



VOLUME XXXIII, NO. 1 WINTER 1997
Chance, Love, and Logic: C. S. Peirce and Evolution. Aarhus Conference Papers. Part I
     Christopher Hookway, "Design and Chance: The Evolution of Peirce’s Evolutionary Cosmology" (1-34)
     Claudine Tiercelin, "Peirce on Norms, Evolution and Knowledge" (35-58)
     Helmut Pape, "Love’s Power and the Causality of Mind: C. S. Peirce on the Place of Mind and Culture in Evolution" (59-90)
Angus Kerr-Lawson, "Truth and Idiomatic Truth in Santayana" (91-111)
T.L.S. Sprigge, "Kerr-Lawson on Truth and Santayana" (113-130)
Symposium on Susanne K. Langer
     John J. McDermott, "A Foreword" (131-132)
     James Campbell, "Langer’s Understanding of Philosophy" (133-147)
     Richard M. Liddy, "Susanne K. Langer’s Philosophy of Mind" (149-160)
     Donald Dryden, "Susanne K. Langer and American Naturalism in the Twentieth Century" (161-182)
     Richard E. Hart, "Langer’s Aesthetics of Poetry" (183-200)
Dan Nesher, "Peircean Realism: Truth as the Meaning of Cognitive Signs Representing Reality" (201-257)



VOLUME XXXII, NO. 4 FALL 1996
T. L. Short, "Interpreting Peirce's Interpretant: A Response to Lalor, Liszka, and Meyers" (488-541)
Sandra B. Rosenthal, "Continuity, Contingency, and Time: The Divergent Intuitions of Whitehead and Pragmatism" (542-567)
Richard Gale, "William James's Quest to Have It All" (568-596)
John Ryder, "Yuri K. Melvil and American Pragmatism" (598-632)
John Capps, "Dewey, Quine, and Pragmatic Naturalized Epistemology" (634-668)
Janice Deledalle-Rhodes, "The Transposition of the Linguistic Sign in Peirce's Contributions to The Nation" (668-682)



VOLUME XXXII, NO. 3 SUMMER 1996
Susan Haack, "Reflections of a Critical Common-sensist" (359-373)
Thomas Alexander, "The Fourth World of American Philosophy: The Philosophical Significance of Native American Culture" (375-402)
Andrew Reynolds, "Peirce’s Cosmology and the Laws of Thermodynamics" (403-423)
Cornelis de Waal, "The Real Issue between Nominalism and Realism: Peirce and Berkeley Reconsidered" (425-442)
Christopher J. Broniak, "James’s Theory of Fringes" (443-468)



VOLUME XXXII, NO. 2 SPRING 1996
Edward H. Madden and Marian C. Madden, "Transcendental Dimensions of American Art" (154-180)
Menno Hulswit, "Teleology: A Peircean Critique of Ernst Mayr’s Theory" (182-214)
Kelley J. Wells, "An Evaluation of Hartshorne’s Critique of Peirce’s Synechism" (216-246)
John Ryder, "Cadwallader Colden, Samuel Johnson, and the Activity of Matter: Materialism and Idealism in Colonial America" (248-272)
Scott L. Pratt, "The Influence of the Iroquois on Early American Philosophy" (274-314)
Gregory Fernando Pappas, "Open-mindedness and Courage: Complementary Virtues of Pragmatism" (316-335)



VOLUME XXXII, NO. 1 WINTER 1996
H. S. Thayer, "Peirce and Truth: Some Reflections" (1-10)
Michael Eldridge, "Dewey’s Faith in Democracy as Shared Experience" (11-30)
Robert B. Westbrook, "Democratic Faith: A Response to Michael Eldridge" (31-40)
Jon S. Moran, "Bergsonian Sources of Mead’s Philosophy" (41-63)
John Capps, "Pragmatism, Feminism, and The Sameness - Difference Debate" (65-105)
Victorino Tejera, "Has Habermas Understood Peirce?" (107-125)



VOLUME XXXI, NO. 4 FALL 1995
1. Fear and Shame as Forms of Moral Suasion in
the Thought of Frederick Douglass............... Bernard R. Boxill

2. The Pragmatism of Benjamin Franklin............. James Campbell

3. A Note on Benjamin Franklin and the Gods...... Kerry S. Walters

4. Peirce on Logical Diagrams........................... Eric Hammer

5. The Calculation of Peirce’s 4.453................... Eric Hammer

6. Character, Integrity and
Dewey’s Virtue Ethics................................. John Teehan

7. Dewey on Emotions: Recent
Experimental Evidence............................... Suzanne Cunningham

VOLUME XXXI, NO. 3 SUMMER 1995
1. W. M. Urban’s Philosophy of History.............. Andrew J. Reck

2. Notes for a Sketch of a Peircean Theory
of the Unconscious....................................... Vincent Colapietro

3. Peirce on Cantor’s Paradox
and the Continuum...................................... Wayne C. Myrvold

4. John Dewey’s Struggle with
American Realism, 1904-1910...................... John R. Shook

5. Dramatic Rehearsal and the Moral Artist: A
Deweyan Theory of Moral Understanding.....Steven A. Fesmire

6. John William Miller’s Metaphysics
of Democracy........................................... Michael J. McGandy

7. Was Kenneth Burke a Pragmatist?.................. David L. Hilderbrand

VOLUME XXXI, NO. 2 SPRING 1995
1. C.I. Lewis and the Given.............................. Eric Dayton

2. Transcendental Influences on Louis H. Sullivan
and Frank Lloyd Wright............................. Edward H. Madden

3. Literature as Experience: Dewey’s Aesthetics
in an Age of Galloping Theory.................... Arthur Efron

4. Cognition as a Dynamic System...................... Richard Tursman

5. C. S. Peirce’s Transcendental and
Immanent Realism...................................... Lesley Friedman

6. The Notion of Truth in
Peirce’s Earliest System.............................. Chi-Chun Chiu

7. The Ambivalent Autonomy of the Real........... W. H. Kalaga

VOLUME XXXI, NO. 1 WINTER 1995
*Symposium on John E. Smith’s America’s Philosophicsal Vision
1. Philosophical Night Vision.......................... John J. Stuhr

2. John Smith’s America’s Philosophical Vision :
American and/or Philosophical?................. Kathleen Wallace

3. Toward a Fuller Recovery
of Living Reason...................................... Vincent M. Colapietro

4. A Critical Discussion of John E. Smith’s
Communitarian Vision.............................. Felicia E. Kruse

5. Response.................................................... John E. Smith

6. Peirce’s First Rule of Reason and the Bad Faith
of Rortian Post-Philosophy.......................... Mark Migotti

7. Applying the Term ‘Mental’ in a World
without a Within: Dewey’s Realism.............. J. E. Tiles

8. “Epistemology” Reburied............................... Georges Dicker

9. A Hint at Peirce’s Empirical
Evidence for Tychism................................ David Dearmont

VOLUME XXX, NO. 4 FALL 1994
1. Pragmatism and the Transcendental
Turn in Truth and Ethics............................. Cheryl Misak

*Royce and California
2. Introduction............................................... J. E. Tiles

3. The Confrontation Between
Royce and Howison................................. John J. McDermott

4. The Royce-Howison Debate on
the Conception of God.............................. Ignas K. Skrupskelis

5. Four Practical Challenges of the Mature Royce
to Californians and Others........................ Frank M. Oppenheim S. J.

6. The Telos of Peirce’s Realism..................... Carl R. Hausman and
Douglas R. Anderson

7. Contra Margolis’ Peircean Constructivism:
A Peircean Pragmatic Logos.................... Kelley J. Wells

*Pragmatismo
8. Two Faces of Italian Pragmatism: The
Prezzolini-Calderoni Debate, 1904-1905..... E. Paul Colella

9. “Tell Your Friend Giulliano...”: Jamesian
Enthusiasms and Peircean Reservations....... Vincent Colapietro

10. Giuseppe Prezzolini’s Pragmatist
Interlude: A Reply to Colapietro............... E. Paul Colella

11. The Laboratory-Trained Believer: Peirce on
the Scientific Character of Belief................ Janice M. Staab

12. G. H. Mead: Linguistically constituted
Intersubjectivity and Ethics........................ Eduardo Mendieta

VOLUME XXX, NO. 3 SUMMER 1994
1. A New Critical Realism: An Examination
of Roy Wood Sellar’s Epistemology............... Edmond Wright

2. The Life and Logical Contributions of
O.H. Mitchell, Peirce’s Gifted Student........... Randall R. Dipert

3. Scepticism and the Search for Knowledge: A
Peirceish Answer to a Kantian Doubt............ Luciano Floridi

4. Dewey and the Logic of Legal Reasoning........ Mark Mendell

5. Poetic Philosophy:
The Santayana-Eliot Connection..................... Christopher Perricone

VOLUME XXX, NO. 2 SPRING 1994
1. Royce, Community, and Ethnicity................... Griffin Trotter

2. Why Hanker After Logic? Mathematical
Imagination, Creativity and Perception in
Peirce’s Systematic Philosophy..................... Kathleen Hull

3. Peirce on the Role of Authority in Science....... W. Christopher Stewart

4. Freedoms in Santayana: Psychic, Logical,
Vacant, Moral, Spiritual.............................. Angus Kerr-Lawson

5. James’s Theory of Mental Causation................ Wesley E. Cooper

6. The Grand Vision.......................................... John Deely

VOLUME XXX, NO. 1 WINTER 1994
1. Buffs and Rebuffs: Emerson, Marian C. Madden and
Parker and Thoreau...........................................Edward H. Madden

2. Essence and Identity: Santayana
and the Category “Women”.......................... Marjorie C. Miller

3. Peirce’s Semeiotic and Ontology..................... Kelly Parker

4. William James’ Virtuous Believer.................... Gregory Fernando Pappas

5. Henry Tappan and Agent Causality.................. Todd L. Adams

6. On the Principles of Construction and the Order
of Peirce’s Trichotomies of Signs.................. Ralf Muller

VOLUME XXIX, NO. 4 FALL 1993
1. Doing Dewey: An
Autobiographical Fragment........................ Robert B. Westbrook

2. Peirce, Pragmatism and the
Challenge of Postmodernism....................... Kai Nielsen

3. Can Pragmatism Appropriate the Resources of
Postmodernism? A Response to Nielson......... John J. Stuhr

4. Good and Bad Foundationalism:
A Response to Nielsen............................... James Jakob Liszka

5. Final Causality in Peirce’s Semiotics and His
Classification of the Sciences...................... Helmut Pape

6. Lowly Notions: Forgetting in
William James’s Moral Universe.................. Wilma Koutstaal

7. [Hypothesis of Space and Time: A Response to Kant]
Appendix No. 2 .......................................... Charles S. Peirce

8. Peirce’s Response to Kant in Appendix 2:
A Contemporary Assessment...................... Sam Mitchell

9. Pragmatism and the Context of Rationality, Part III...... Arthur E. Murphy

VOLUME XXIX, NO. 3 SUMMER 1993
1. The Passing of Peirce’s Realism..................... Joseph Margolis

2. Pragmatism and the Context of
Rationality, Part II..................................... Arthur E. Murphy

3. John Dewey and the Moral Imagination: Beyond Putnam
and Rorty toward a Postmodern Ethics........... Thomas M. Alexander

4. Peirce’s Antifoundationalism......................... Thomas Oshewsky

5. Philosophy / philosophy, an
Untenable Dualism..................................... Susan Haack

6. Peirce’s Semeiotic, and the
Aesthetics of Literature.............................. V. Tejera

VOLUME XXIX, NO. 2 SPRING 1993
1. Pragmatism and the Context
of Rationality: Part I................................... Arthure E. Murphy

2. Ralph Waldo Emerson and Theodore
Parker: A Comparative Study..................... Edward H. Madden

3. Peirce and the Nature of Evidence.................. Len O’Neill

4. On Abduction, Deduction, Induction
and the Categories..................................... Wim Staat

5. The Radical Agent: A Deweyan
Theory of Causation.................................. Robert Reuter

VOLUME XXIX, NO. 1 WINTER 1993
1. Belief, Confidence and the
Method of Science....................................... Christopher Hookway

2. Peirce and Logicism:
Notes Towards an Exposition....................... Susan Haack

3. On “Peirce and Logicism”:
A Response to Haack................................... Nathan Houser

4. American Loss in Cavell’s Emerson............... Douglas R. Anderson

VOLUME XXVIII, NO. 4 FALL 1992
1. Philosophical Biography: Edward H. Madden and
The American Scene............................................. Marian C. Madden

2. American Naturalism from a
Non-American Perspective........................... Anyur M. Karimsky

3. The Origin of Development of Peirce’s
Concept of Self-Control............................... Edward S. Petry, Jr.

4. Peirce and the Threat of Nominalism............... Paul D. Forster

5. Peirce on the Hypothesis of God...................... C. F. Delaney

6. Peirce on Tychism and Determinism................ Victor Cosculluela
7. On the Reality of Seconds.............................. Robert A. Jacques

8. Did James Deceive Himself about Free Will?.... Saul Smilansky

9. William James and the Logic of Faith.............. Gregory Fernando Pappas

10. ”The Will To Believe” and
James’s “Deontological Streak”................... Robert J. O’Connell

11. The Field of Consciousness:
James and Gurwitsch................................. P. Sven Arvidson

VOLUME XXVIII, NO. 3 SUMMER 1992
1. An Introduction to the Thought
of Hannah Arendt......................................... Joseph Betz

2. Hannah Arendt and the American Republic...... David Watson

3. On Peirce’s Philosophical Logic:
Propositions and Their Objects..................... Risto Hilpinen

4. On Peirce’s Theory of Propositions:
A Response to Hilpinen................................ Nathan Houser

5. Peirce’s New Way of Signs............................. Robert G. Meyers

6. Stripped Down Burch.................................... Angus Kerr-Lawson

7. Agency Theory: The Dilemma
of Thomas C. Upham................................... Todd L. Adams

8. DuBois and James.......................................... James Campbell

9. George Herbert Mead: An Unpublished
Essay on Royce and James............................ Gary A. Cook

VOLUME XXVIII, NO. 2 SPRING 1992
* Symposium on Dewey’s Metaphysics
1. Dewey’s Reconstruction of Metaphysics....... John J. Stuhr

2. “What is Metaphysics?” ............................ R. W. Sleeper

3. Metaphysics as the Search for
Paradigmatic Instances ........................... Raymond D. Boisvert

4. Dewey and the Metaphysical Imagination..... Thomas Alexander

5. Dewey’s Art as Experience: The Tension
between Aesthetics and Aestheticism ............ Casey Haskins

*Peirce, a Philosopher for the 21st Century: Part II
6. The Idea of Causation:
Some Percean Themes .......................... Christopher Hookway

7. Peirce’s ”Sign”: its Concept and its Use........ Gerard Deledalle


8. Two Responses to Moore and
Burks on Editing Peirce .............................. Don L. Cook &
Christian J. W. Kloesel

VOLUME XXVIII, NO. 1 WINTER 1992
* Peirce, a Philosopher for the 21st Century: Part I
1. Introduction ............................................. Guy Debrock

2. “Extreme Scholastic Realism”: Its Relevance to
Philosophy of Science Today .................. Susan Haack

3. Vagueness and the Unity of
C. S. Peirce’s Realism .......................... Claudine Engel-Tiercelin

4. Three Notes on the Editing of the
Works of Charles S. Peirce ........................ Edward C. Moore &
Arthur W. Burks

5. John Dewey and Paulo Freire ..................... Joseph Betz

6. The Kantian Ground of Dewey’s
Functional Self ......................................... Frank X. Ryan

VOLUME XXVII, NO. 4 FALL 1991
*Pragmatism and Feminism

1. The Missing Perspective:
Feminist Pragmatism ................................. Charlene Haddock Seigfried

2. Dewey and the Feminist Successor
Science Project .......................................... Eugene Gatens-Robinson

3. Peirce’s Pragmatism as Resource
for Feminism ............................................ Marcia K. Moen

4. Luce Irigaray’s Parler Femme
and American Metaphysics ........................ Felicia E. Kruse

5. Response to Eugene Gatens-Robinson,
Marcia K. Moen and Felicia E. Kruse ........... Marjorie C. Miller

VOLUME XXVII, NO. 3 SUMMER 1991
1. Genuineness and Degeneracy
in Peirce’s Categories ................................. Felicia E. Kruse

2. Human Nature and the Ethics
of C.I. Lewis ............................................. E. Paul Colella

3. Dewey on Time and Individuality .................. Gerald E. Mozur

4. Peirce and Modern Religious Thought ............ Michael L. Raposa

VOLUME XXVII, NO. 2 SPRING 1991
1. Not Every Object of a Sign has Being ............. Helmut Pape

2. Doubt and Faith: Santayana and
Kierkegaard on Fundamental Belief .............. Crispin Sartwell

3. On Falsificationist Interpretations of Peirce...... Patrick F. Sullivan

4. Can Peirce Be a Pragmaticist
and an Idealist? .......................................... John Peterson

5. Valency, Adicity, and Adity in
Peirce’s MS 482 ........................................ Robert W. Burch

VOLUME XXVII, NO. 1 WINTER 1991
1. Toward One Santayana: Recent Scholarship..... Angus Kerr-Lawson

2. Towards a Potential-Pragmatic Account
of Peirce’s Theory of Truth ........................ Dementra Sfendoni-Mentzou

3. Peirce’s Haecceitism ..................................... Jeffrey R. Di Leo

VOLUME XXVI, NO. 4 FALL 1990
* Dewey and Epistemology Today
1. Epistemology as Hypothesis........................ Hilary and Ruth Anna Putnam

2. Commentary on “Epistemology as Hypothesis”...... R. W. Sleeper

3. Dewey and the Theory of Knowledge.......... H. S. Thayer

4. Contextualizing Knowledge: A Reply to
“Dewey and the theory of Knowledge........ Larry Hickman

5. Peirce’s Logic of Discovery: Abduction
and the Universal Categories ........................ Patricia A. Turrisi

6. In What Way is Abductive
Inference Creative? .................................... Tomis Kapitan

VOLUME XXVI, NO. 3 SUMMER 1990
1. In and Out of Peirce’s Percepts....................... Carl R. Hausman

2. Peirce’s Concept of Knowledge in 1868.......... Richard Smyth

3. Pragmatic Imagination................................... Thomas M. Alexander

4. Three Appeals in Peirce’s Neglected Argument......... Douglas R. Anderson

5. Peirce’s Abductive Argument and the Enthymeme..... Ru Michael Sabre

VOLUME XXVI, NO. 2 SPRING 1990
1. The Creativity of Action and the Intersubjectivity of Reason:
Mead’s Pragmatism and Social Theory...........................Hans Joas
2. Peirce’s Ultimate Logical Interpretant and
Dynamical Object: A Pragmatic Perspective... .........Sandra B. Rosenthal

3. Nature and Semiosis....................................... Felicia Kruse

4. Pragmatism and Precedent:
A Response to Dworkin .............................. Michael Sullivan



VOLUME XXVI, NO. 1 WINTER 1990
1, Pragmatism and the Revolt against
Formalism: Revising Some
Doctrines of William James ...................... Morton White

2. Peirce’s Interpretant ................................... James Jakob Liszka

3. An account on Peirce’s Proof of Pragmatism.... Jeremiah McCarthy

4. Poetic invention and Scientific Observation:
James’s Model of “Sympathetic
Concrete Observation“ ................................. Charlene Haddock Seigfried

5. New Documents on Josiah Royce..................... John Clendenning &
Frank M. Oppenheim



VOLUME XXV, NO. 4 FALL 1989
1. Peirce’s Early Method of
Finding the Categories .............................. Andre De Tienne

2. From Absolute Idealism to Insrumentalism:
The Problem of Dewey’s Early Philosophy......Jennifer Welchman

3. Peirce on the Progress and
Authority of Science .................................. Paul D. Forster

4. Phanerochemistry and Semiotic...................... Richard Tursman

5. Danto, Dewey and the
Historical End of Art ................................. Jeff Mitchell

6. Spirituality in Santayana .............................. V. Tejera

VOLUME XXV, NO. 3 SUMMER 1989
1. Santayana’s Non-Reductive Naturalism............ Angus Kerr-Lawson

2. A Pragmatic Method of Reading Confused Philosophic
Texts: The Case of Peirce’s Illustrations ..................Peter Ochs

3. A Peircean Response to the
Realist-Empiricist Debate .......................... Steven French

4. The Creator’s Boundless Palace: William
Beatram’s Philosophy of Nature .................. Kerry S. Walters

5. The Philosophical Writings of
Victor A. Lowe ........................................ Leeman B. McHenry

VOLUME XXV, NO. 2 SPRING 1989
1. The Roots of Pragmatism: Madden
on James and Peirce ............................ Robert G. Meyers

2. Discussing James and Peirce with Meyers....... Edward H. Madden

3. Peirce’s Definitions of Continuity
and the Concept of Possibility ................... N. A. Brian Noble

4. Reason, Conflict, and Viloence: John William
Miller’s Conception of Philosophy................. Vincent Colapietro

VOLUME XXV, NO. 1 WINTER 1989
1. Peirce’s Evolutionary Logic: Continuity,
Indeterminacy, and the Natural Order .......... Timothy L. Alborn

2. Whitehead’s Actual Occasions and
the New Infinitesimals ............................... John W. Lango

3. Peirce’s Semeiotic and Scholastic Logic.......... Alan R. Perreiah

4. Peirce on the Algebra of Logic:
Some Comments on Houser ......................... Jay Zeman

VOLUME XXIV, NO. 4 FALL 1988
1. Why Be Logical? ....................................... Richard Smyth


2. American Pragmatism:
Transference and Aufhebung........................ Thelma Z. Lavine

3. Pragmatism, Interest Theory and Legal
Philosophy: The Relation of James and
Dewey to Roscos Pound ............................. Terry Di Filippo

4. Dewey on Desires: The Lost Argument........... Paul E. Hurley

VOLUME XXIV, NO. 3 SUMMER 1988
1. Emerson in Contemporary Thought................ Arthur E. Murphy

2. Two Forms of Scholastic
Realism in Peirce’s Philosophy .................... Fred Michael

3. Soviet Studies in American Thought.
Part II: Pragmatism and Naturalism ............ John Ryder

4. John William Miller’s “The Owl” ................ Robert S. Corrington

5. The Owl................................................. John William Miller

6. The Political and Educational
Philosophy of Benjamin Rush ..................... John J. Holder

VOLUME XXIV, NO. 2 SPRING 1988
1. Iconic Thought and the Scientific Imagination... . J. E. Tiles

2. Pragmatic Philosophy of Science
and the Charge of Scientism ........................ Peter T. Manicas

3. Analytical Mechanics and Peirce’s Categories... Dick Tursman

4. Santayana’s Criticisms of Emersonian Idealism
and the Ground of Common Sense ............... Christopher Perricone

5. Fourthness: Carl Vaught on
Peirce’s Categories ..................................... Carl. R. Hausman

VOLUME XXIV, NO. 1 WINTER 1988
1. The Commonsense Tradition in America:
E.H. Madden’s Interpretations....................... Todd L. Adams

2. The Philosophical Thought of Chauncey Wright?
Edward Madden’s Contribution to
Wright Scholarship .................................... Robert Giuffrida, Jr.

3. Identity: Alain Locke’s Atavism ..................... Leonard Harris

4. Deconstruction in the Philosophy
of Alain Locke ........................................... Ernest D. Mason
5. Peirce’s Mathematical Model
of Interpretation ........................................ Hugh Joswick

6. Dynamic Interpretants and Grammar............. Michael Shapiro

7. Anderson on Peirce’s Concept of
Abduction: Further Reflections ................. Robert J. Roth

VOLUME XXIII, NO. 4 FALL 1987
1. Joseph L. Blau: The American Scholar............ Edward H. Madden

2. Government of Anarchy? in the debates
on the Constitution .................................. Joseph L. Blau

3. Peirce on Proper Names and Individuation....... Pierre Thibaud

4. Identifying Peirce’s “Most Lucid
and Interesting Paper” ................................ Kenneth Laine Ketner

5. A Transformation in Royce’s View of Kant...... Robert Burch

VOLUME XXIII, NO. 3 SUMMER 1987
* Pragmatism’s shared Metaphysical Vision:
A Symposium on Sandra B. Rosenthal’s Speculative Pragmatism
1. Andrew J. Reck

2. John E. Smith

3. Sandra B. Rosenthal

4. Metaphorical Reference and
Peirce’s Dynamical Aesthetics ..................... Carl. R. Hausman

5. Intentionalism in John Dewey’s Aesthetics....... James Manns

6. Peirce’s Early Work on the Algebra
of Logic: Remarks on Zeman’s Acount.......... Nathan Houser

VOLUME XXIII, NO. 2 SPRING 1987
1. An Unpublished Logic
Paper by Josiah Royce ............................... Robert Burch

2. Is Peirce’s Theory of Signs Truly General?.......Vincent Colapietro

3. Science and the Crisis of Confidence in
American Philosophy, 1870-1930 ................ Daniel J. Wilson

4.On co-opting Pragmatism in the Debate about
Foundations: Dewey, Rorty, amd Whitehead.... Thomas M. Jeannot

5. Peirce’s Conception of Philosophy:
Its Method and Its Program ......................... Catharine Wells Hantzis

VOLUME XXIII, NO. 1 WINTER 1987
* The Philosophy of John Herman Randall, Jr.

1. The Philosophy of History and the History of
Philosophy: Some Reflections on the
Thought of John Herman Randall, Jr. ....... H. S. Thayer

2. Nature Functioning Categorically:
Randall’s Metaphysics ............................. Emmanuel G. Mesthene

3. Canons, Careers, and Campflowers: Randall
and the Historiography of Philosophy ....... Gary Shapiro

4. Is a transcendental Foundation of Semiotics
Possible? A Peircean Consideration ........... Klaus Oehler

5. Soviet Studies in American Thought Part I:
Early American Philosophy ....................... John Ryder

VOLUME XXII, NO. 4 FALL 1986
* Max H. Fisch’s Contributin to Scholarship
1.Max H. Fisch: Rigorous Humanist................ Edward H. Madden

2.The Well-Tempered Critic of Institutions..... Don D. Roberts
3. Santayana’s Epiphenomenalism...................... Angus Kerr-Lawson

4. Indexicality and the Abductive Link................ Felicia E. Kruse

5. The First Moment of Scientific Inquiry:
C. S. Peirce on the Logic of Abduction.......... Timohy Shanahan

VOLUME XXII, NO. 3 SUMMER 1986
* John E. Smith as an Interpreter of American Philosophy: A Symposium
1. John E. Smith as an Interpreter
of American Philosophy .......................... Andrew J. Reck

2. John E. Smith as Jeremiah......................... Robert Neville

3. Response................................................. John E. Smith

4. Substance, Ground and Totaliaty
in Santayana’s Philosophy .......................... Kathleen Wallace

5. Semiotics and the Problem of Analogy: A
Critique of Peirce’s Theory of categories........ Carl G. Vaught

VOLUME XXII, NO. 2 SPRING 1986
1. David Savan’s Peirce Studies ......................... T. L. Short

2. Response to T. L. Short ................................ David Savan

3. The Evolution of Peirce’s
Concept of Abduction ............................... Douglas R. Anderson

4. John William Miller and the
Ontology of the Midworld .......................... Robert S. Corrington

5. Philosophy of Mind and Self
in New Divinity Theology ......................... James Hoopes

VOLUME XXII, NO. 1 WINTER 1986
1. Peirce’s Philosophy of Logic.......................... J. Jay Zeman

2. Peirce’s Ordinal Conception of Number.......... Stephen H. Levy

3. The Concept of Interpretant in
Literary Semiotics .................................... Wojciech Kalaga

VOLUME XXI, NO. 4 FALL 1985
1. William James on Emotion and Religion......... Gerald E. Meyers

2. Inwardness and Autonomy: A Neglected
Aspect of Peirce’s Approach to Mind............. Vincent M. Colapietro

3. Peircean and Quantum Generals...................... Jamila Jauhari

4. The Rationalization of the Universe................. Marcia Moen

5. Dewey and the Empirical Unity of Opposites.... James W. Garrison
VOLUME XXI, NO. 3 SUMMER 1985
1. Francis Wayland and the Scottish Tradition...... Edward H. Madden

2. Outside the Camp: Recent Work on
Whitehead’s Philosophy, Part Two................ George R. Lucas, Jr.

3. Truth, Belief, and Inquiry in Peirce................ Marcus G. Singer

4. How Hintikka Misunderstood Peirce’s
Account of Theorematic Reasoning................ Kenneth Laine Ketner

5. A Note on Feibleman’s Interpretation of
Peirce’s Conception of Mathematics............... Guy W. Stroh

VOLUME XXI, NO. 2 SPRING 1985
1. Peirce’s Examination on Mill’s Philosophy....... Richard Smyth

2. Essentialism and Santayana’s
Realm Of Essence .................................... Angus Kerr-Lawson

3. Peirce’s Doubts About Idealism ................. Robert G. Meyers

4. What Are Representamens?........................ George A. Benedict

VOLUME XXI, NO. 1 WINTER 1985
* Symposium on Rorty’s Consequences of Pragmatism
1. Introduction.............................................. John J. McDermott

2. Rorty’s Pragmatism: Afloat in Neurath’s
Boat, But Why Adrift? ........................... R. W. Sleeper

3. A Missing Dimension in Rorty’s
Use of Pragmatism ................................. Abraham Idel

4. Comments on Sleeper and Edel

5.Outside the Camp: Recent righ Work on
Whitehead‘s Philosophy, part I....................... George R. Lucas, JR

6. Peirce’s Thirteen Theories of Truth............... Robert Almeder

7. Noumenal Qualia: C. S. Peirce on
Our Epistemic Access to Feelings................... G. Lynn Stephens

8. Interpreting Peirce........................................ Morris Grossman

VOLUME XX, NO. 4 FALL 1984
1. Peirce’s Alpha Graphs: The Completeness
of Propositional Logic and the Fast
Simplification of Truth Functions ................. Richard B. White

2. Dewey’s Method of Social Reconstruction....... James Campbell

3. Semiotic Idealism .......................................... Jeremiah E. McCarthy

4. Temporality, Perceptual Experience
and Peirce’s “Proofs” of Realism................... Sandra B. Rosenthal

5. Peirce and Metaphor .................................... Douglas Anderson

VOLUME XX, NO. 3 SUMMER 1984
1. Laws of Nature, Rules of Conduct and
their Analogy in Peirce’s Semiotics ............... Helmut Pape

2. C. I. Lewis’s Critique of Foundationalism
in Mind and the World-Order ..................... Christopher W. Gowans

3. James’s Theory of Truth as a
Theory of Knowledge ................................ Michael D. Bybee
4. Can James’s Theory of Truth be
Made More Satisfactory? ........................... Susan Haack

5. A Comparison of Royce’s Key Notion of the
Community of Interpretation with the
Hermeneutics of Gadamer and Heidegger....... Robert S. Corrington

6. Are there Grounds for Identifying ”Ground”
with “Interpretant” in Peirce’s
Pragmatic Theory of Meaning? .................... Dan Nesher

7. The Semiotic of Bishop Berkeley -
A Prelude to Peirce? ................................... James A. Moore

VOLUME XX, NO. 2 SPRING 1984
1. The Infuence of William James on
John Dewey in Psychology ........................... Andrew J. Reck

2. McCosh on Basic Intuitions and Causality........ Edward H. Madden

3. Habits and Essences ...................................... Michael L. Raposa

4. Peirce on the Person ..................................... Patricia A. Muoio

VOLUME XX, NO. 1 WINTER 1984
1. Pragmatism and the Constitution
in the Culture of Modernism ...................... Thelma Z. Lavine

2. Some Problems Concerning Peirce’s
Conceptions of Concepts and Propositions........ T. L. Short

3. Socratic Questions and Radical
Empiricist Ethics ....................................... John J. Stuhr

4. Fallibilism and Truth: A Reply
to Eugene Schlossberger ............................. Peter Skagestad

VOLUME XIX, NO. 4 FALL 1983
1. Peirce’s General Taxonomy of Consciousness....Nathan Houser

2. Santayana’s Anti-Empiricism
and its Contemporary Relevance ................ Angus Kerr-Lawson

3. The Idea of Spirit in the Mature Royce........... Frank M. Oppenheim

4. The Economy of Peirce’s Abduction............... W. M. Brown

VOLUME XIX, NO. 3 SUMMER 1983
1. Thomas Upham on Relations and Alienation.... Marian C. Madden &
Edward H. Madden

2. Stephen Pepper’s World Hypotheses
and Metaphilosophical Evaluation ................. Mark Williamson

3. The Philosopher’s ‘License’:
William James and Common Sense ............... Charlene Haddock Seigfried
VOLUME XIX, NO.2 SPRING 1983
1. Democratic Community Organization and the Philosophies
of John Dewey and Morris L. Eisenstein .............. Prudence Posner Pace

2. Eternal Recurrence — Once More ................. Milic Capek

3. Peirce and the Philosophy of History............... Joseph L. Esposito

4. Distraction and Santayana’s Idea of Progress.... Christopher Perricone, Jr.

5. The Implications of Sexually Stereotypic Language
as Seen Throuhg Peirce’s Theory of Signs ...... Maryann Ayim

6. Peirce’s Pragmatic Maxim ............................ Thomas M. Olshewsky

VOLUME XIX, NO. 1 WINTER 1983
1. The Dewey-Morris Debate in Retrospect ......... Jonathan D. Moreno

2. The Pragmatic World of Charles Peirce .......... Sandra B. Rosenthal

3. Signs, Thirdness and Conventionalism ............ John Peterson

4. The Presented Aspect of Experience:
Reconstructing Lewis’ Given........................ Donald S. Lee

5. Peirce and the Defense of Realism: The
Unfolding of Pragmatic Logic ...................... Dennis Rohatyn

VOLUME XVIII, NO. 4 FALL 1982
1. Life Among the Legisigns .............................. T. L. Short

2. Rorty’s Interpretation of Pragmatism.............. Garry Brodsky

3. Peirce and Russell on Proper Names............... Helmut Pape

4. A Note on Peirce and Multiple
Conclusion Logic ....................................... Chris Brink

5. Peirce and the Logic of Fallibilism ................ James O. Bennett

VOLUME XVIII, NO. 3 SUMMER 1982
1. The Great Debate: Alexander Campbell
vs. Robert Owen .......................................... Edward H. Madden &
Dennis W. Madden

2. Not But But Not: A Note............................... Marcus G. Singer

3. Fallibilism and the Ideal
Scientific Community .................................. Eugene Schlossberger

4. Dewey, Subjective Idealism, and Metaphysics....Raymond D. Boisvert

5. James, Mach, and the
Problem of Other Minds ............................. T. Michael McNulty, SJ

VOLUME XVIII, NO. 2 SPRING 1982
1. Phenomenology and Naturalism: Marvin
Farber’s Attempted Rapproachement ............. Sandra B. Rosenthal

2. John Dewey: Anarchism and
the Political State ........................................ Peter T. Manicas

3. Peirce’s Dialogism, Continuous Predicate
and Legal Reasoning ..................................... Roberta Kevelson

4. Mysticism, Phenomenalism, and W. T. Stace.... Christine Overall

VOLUME XVIII, NO. 1 WINTER 1982
1. C. S. Peirce and the Post-Tarskian Problem of
an Adequate Explication of the Meaning of
Truth:Towards a Transcendental-Pragmatic
Theory of Truth, Part II .............................. Karl-Otto Apel

2. Studying the History of American Philosophy... Bruce Kuklick

3. Peirce’s Theory of Truth and
the Revolt Against Realism ......................... Bruce Altshuler
4. Peircean Fallibilism ...................................... Robert Almeder

5. Resurrecting Peirce’s
“Neglected Argument” for God ...................... Dennis Rohatyn

6. Remarks on Peirce’s Pragmatic
Theory of Meaning ...................................... Dan Nesher

VOLUME XVII, NO.4 FALL 1981
1. Asa Mahan’s Analysis of
Synthetic Apriori Judgements .................. Edward H. Madden

2. An Introduction to Peirce’s Theory of Speech... Jarrett E. Brock

3.Peirce’s Ethics of Terminology ..................... Kenneth Laine Ketner

4. The Significance of Peirce’s Ethics of Terminology for
Contemporary Lexicography in Semiotics.....................Klaus Oehler

5. John Dewey: Scientific Method
and Lived Immediacy ................................ Sandra B. Rosenthal

6. Peirce’s Concept of Final Causation ............. T. L. Short

VOLUME XVII, NO. 3 SUMMER 1981
1. Semeiosis and Intentionality........................ T. L. Short

2. William James and the Ethics of Fullfillment... James Campbell

3. Triadicity and Thirdness ............................. Rosemarie Christopherson &
Henry W. Johnstone, Jr.

4. Peirce’s Metaphysical Equivalent of War......... Peter Ochs

5. On the Question of The
Foundation of Pragmaticism ........................ Joseph L. Esposito

6. Peirce’s Critique of Hegel’s
Phenomenology and Dialectic ..................... Gary Shapiro

VOLUME XVII, NO. 2 SPRING 1981
* The Morris Raphael Cohen Centenary

1.Introduction.............................................. T. Z. Lavine

2.The Dimensions of Cohen’s
Legal Philosophy ................................... Ernest Nagel

3.The Unity of Morris Raphael
Cohen’s Thought ..................................... Abraham Edel

4. Was There a Metaphysical Club
In Cambridge? A Postscript ..................... Max H. Fisch

5. Cognition and Emotion in Peirce’s
Theory of Mental Activity .......................... G. Lynn Stephens

6. English and French Versions of C. S. Peirce’s
“The Fixation of Belief” and
“How To Make Our Ideas Clear”.................... Gerard Deledalle

7. C. I. Lewis and Dayton on
Pragmatic Contradiction............................... Jeffrey E. Foss

8. William James: Panpsychist and
Metaphysical Realist................................... Marcus Ford

VOLUME XVII, NO. 1 WINTER 1981
1. Charles W. Morris (1909-1979)..................... J. Jay Zeman

2. Notes on the Reception of American
Pragmatism in Germany, 1899-1952............. Klaus Oehler

3. Peirce: Not “But” But “Not”......................... Marcus G. Singer

4. Peirce and Jakobson: Towards a
Structuralist Reconstruction of Peirce............ Jakob Liszka

VOLUME XVI, NO. 4 FALL 1980
1. Man: Sign or Algorithm? A Rhetorical
Analysis of Peirce’s Semiotics ...................... Arthur W. Burks

2. Chauncey Wright and the
Problem of Relations .................................. Robert Giuffrida, Jr.
3. Natural Moments in Santayana’s
Philosophy of Nature .................................. Angus Kerr-Lawson

4. Dewey and Socrates...................................... Joseph Betz

VOLUME XVI, NO. 3 SUMMER 1980
1. The Deduction of Categories
in Peirce’s “New List” ............................... Fred Michael

2. Peirce on Psychological Self-Knowledge......... G. Lynn Stephens

3. Dewey on Causality and Novelty.................... James O. Bennett

4. C. S. Peirce on Miracles................................ Robert H. Ayers

5. Has Peirce Refuted Egoism?.......................... Gary Bedell

VOLUME XVI, NO. 2 SPRING 1980
1. Poetry and Language,
‘Considered as Semeiotic’ ............................ Michael Shapiro

2. Peirce’s Theory of Truth
and His Early Idealism ................................ Bruce Altshuler

3. Some Observations on the Ethics
of Ralph Barton Perry ............................... Walter H. Kehler, Jr.

4. C. S. Peirce and Absolute Truth ................... Tibor R. Machan

VOLUME XVI, NO. 1 WINTER 1980
1. Peirce, Santayana and the Large Facts ............ John Lachs

2. John E. Smith on Pragmatism........................ Beth J. Singer

3. Comments on Beth J. Singer’s
“John E. Smith on Pragmatism”.................. John E. Smith

4. A Realistic Understanding of
James’ Theory of Truth .............................. Marcus P. Ford

5. James and the Theory of Truth...................... H. S. Thayer

6. Peirce on the Possibility of a Chance World..... John W. McNeill

7. Eaton and the Problem of Negation................. Jonathan D. Moreno

VOLUME XV, NO. 4 FALL 1979
1. Alfred Henry Lloyd: Beyond Labels ............. Evelyn Shirk

2. James and the ‘New’ Theory of Reference....... Robert Burch

3. Ducasse’s Critique of Hume
and the Humean Tradition ........................... George J. Giacaman

4. Doubts About Peirce’s Cosmology.................. Bernard Suits

5. Adequate Evidence and
“The Will To Believe” ................................. Ellen Kappy Suckiel

VOLUME XV, NO. 3 SUMMER 1979
1. Value and the Peircean Categories ................. Carl R. Hausman

2. Meaning and Mind: A response to
Thayer’s Criticism of Lewis ......................... James O. Bennett

3. Meaning, Mind and Lewis:
A Reply to Bennett ..................................... H. S. Thayer

4. The Philosophical Contributions of
Douglas Greenlee (1935-1979):
An Appreciative Survey ............................. Sandra B. Rosenthal

5. Truth and Fallibilism .................................. Konstantin Kolenda

VOLUME XV, NO. 2 SPRING 1979
1. Whitehead’s Influence on the
thought of G. H. Mead ................................ Gary A. Cook

2. Hypothetical Fallibilism
in Peirce and Jevons ...............Vincent Batts, Thomas Cook, & John Lincourt

3. Peirce: Logic, Categories, and Triads ............ Donald W. Mertz

VOLUME XV, NO. 1 WINTER 1979
1. Toward an Historicist History
of American Philosophy ............................. Murray G. Murphey

2. On the Epistemological Significance
of What Peirce Is Not ................................. Sandra B. Rosenthal

3. A Name for Substance ................................... A. Kerr-Lawson

4. The Development of Peirce’s Categories ......... Joseph L. Esposito

5. Instinct and Dogmatism ................................ Denis F. Sullivan

6. Dewey’s Notion of Qualitative Experience ...... John J. Stuhr

VOLUME XIV, NO. 4 FALL 1978
1. William James and the
Problem of Relations......................Marian C. Madden & Edward H. Madden

2. DeMorgan, Peirce and the Logic of Relations......... Daniel D. Merrill

3. On Peirce’s Notation for the Logic of Relatives....... Chris Brink

4. Community in C. S. Peirce: Science
as a Means and as an End ............................ Jakob Liszka

VOLUME XIV, NO. 3 SUMMER 1978
1. The Nature of Peirce’s Pragmatism ............... Bruce Altshuler

2. Peirce’s Adaptation of Kant’s Definition
of Logic: The Early Manuscripts.................... Emily Michael

3. Royce and Husserl: Some Parallels
and Food for Thought ................................. Jacquelyn Ann Kegley

VOLUME XIV, NO. 2 SPRING 1978
1. Peirce on Individualism................................ Ilona Kemp-Pritchard

2. Pragmatic Bodies Versus
Transcendental Egos ................................... Gary E. Kessler
3. An Introduction to Peirce’s
Proof of Pragmaticism ............................... Don. D. Roberts

4. Peirce on Infinitesimals .............................. P. T. Sagal

VOLUME XIV, NO.1 WINTER 1978
5. Skepticism and the Criterion in Peirce............. Robert G. Meyers

6. John Dewey on Human Rights....................... Joseph Betz

7. Peirce on Pragmaticism and History ............. Willard M. Miller

VOLUME XIII, NO. 4 FALL 1977
1. On Peirce’s Anticipation of the Semantic Notion
of Truth: A Dialogue with Velian .................. R. M. Martin

2. Toward an Environmental Ethic: Royce’s
Theory of Community and Obligation
to Future Generations................................. Eugene E. Selk

3. Peirce’s Neglected Argument........................ Bowman L. Clarke

4. The Structure of the Argument in
Peirce’s “Questions Concerning
Faculties Claimed for Man” ......................... Thomas L. Prendergast

VOLUME XIII, NO. 3 SUMMER 1977
1. Santayana’s Platonic Nominalism................... John M. Michelson

2. The Three Fundamental Structural
Categories of Charles S. Peirce................... Peter Krausser

3. Early American Philosophy vs.
Philosophy in Early America...................... Norman S. Fiering

VOLUME XIII, NO. 2 SPRING 1977
1. The Pragmatic Maxim in 1878...................... Richard Smyth
2. The Unity of Peirce’s
Theory of Hypothesis ............................ Paul R. Thagard

3. Peirce and Naturphilosophie ........................ Joseph L. Esposito

4. Objective Logic in Peirce’s Thought ............. Beverley Kent

VOLUME XIII, NO.1 WINTER 1977
1. On William James on Truth .......................... H. S. Thayer

2. Peirce’s Definitions of Continuity................... Vincent G. Potter, S.J.
& Paul B. Shields

3. Santayana and Belief .................................... Elyn Saks

4. William James, Phenomenology and Pragmatism:
A Reply to Rosenthal ................................. Bruce W. Wilshire

5. Pragmatism and Phenomenology: The
Significance of Wilshire’s Reply ................... Sandra B. Rosenthal

6. Elijah Jordan’s Legal Theory and Its
Metaphysical Background: Part two: A
Corporate Theory of Law .......................... Edward J. Murphy

VOLUME XII, NO. 4 FALL 1976
1. Peirce on Individuals ................................... Emily Michael

2. The Structure of Experience
for William James ..................................... Charlene Haddock Seigfried

3. In Peirce’s Theory of Instinct
Consistently Non-Cartesian? ........................ Royce Jones

4. Peirce’s Concepts of God and Religion............ Mary Mahowald

5. Elijah Jordan’s Legal Theory
and its Metaphysical Background:
Part One, The Metaphysics of Society............ Edward J. Murphy

VOLUME XII, NO. 3 SUMMER 1976
1. The Cooperative Commonwealth
as Secular Apocalypse ............................... Joseph L. Blau

2. Some Comments on DeMorgan, Peirce, and
the logic of relations ................................... R. M. Martin

3. On Individuality and Quantification in Peirce’s
Published Logic Papers, 1867-1885 ............. R. M. Martin

4. On Set Theory and Royce’s Modes of Action.... R. M. Martin

5. A Cut-Elimination Theorem
for a Peircean Logic .................................. Richard B. White

6. Peirce’s Esthetics: A New Look ..................... Beverley Kent

7. Peirce’s First Property of Belief .................... P. T. O’Leary

8. Matter Over Mind: Santayana’s
Concept of the Psyche ................................. Douglas M. MacDonald

VOLUME XII, NO.2 SPRING 1976
*A Symposium on Douglas Greenlee’s Peirce’s Concept of Time

1. Another Interpretation of Peirce’s Semiotic... Joseph Ransdell

2. Draft of a Critique of Greenlee’s
Peirce’s Concept of Sign .......................... Jarrett E. Brock

3. Ambiguity in Peirce’s Theory of Signs......... John J. Fitzgerald

4. Peirce’s Concept of Sign:
Further Reflections ................................... Douglas Greenlee

5. A Jamesian Theory of Self ............................ James E. Bayley

6. Pragmatism and American Pietism................. Paul J. Nagy

7. Peirce’s Notion of Pre-Perceptual
Cognition: A Reinterpretation ...................... Denis F. Sullivan

VOLUME XII, NO. 1 WINTER 1976
1. James’ ‘Pure Experience’ versus Edward H. Madden &
Ayer’s ‘Weak Phenomenalism’............... Chandana Chakrabarti

2. Peirce on Man as a Language:
A Textual Interpretation .............................. Matthew J. Fairbanks

3.Charles S. Peirce and Psychiatry .................... John M. Lincourt

4. Peirce’s Earliest Contact
with Scholoastic Logic ............................... Emily Michael

5. Was Charles Beard an Historical Relativist?..... Gene G. James

6. A Note on James’s Aid of Peirce ................... Frederick J. Down Scott

VOLUME XI, NO. 4 FALL 1975
1. Perspectives on the History of Pragmatism:
A Symposium on H.S. Thayer’s
Meaning and Action: A Critical History of Pragmatism

2. Reason and Desire in C.I. Lewis ................... Eric B. Dayton

VOLUME XI, NO. 3 SUMMER 1975
* Symposium: Charles Sander Peirce:
Scientist, Mathematician, and Historian of Science


1. Introduction: Peirce and the
History of Science Society ........................... Max H. Fisch

2. C.S. Peirce’s Search for a Method in
Mathematics and the History of Science ......... Carolyn Eisele

3. Charles S. Peirce as Mathematical Physicist ..... Victor F. Lenzen

4. Peirce as an Experimental Psychologist .......... Thomas C. Cadwallader

5. Peirce, the Coast Survey, and the
Politics of Cleveland Democracy.................... Thomas G. Manning

6. Royce, James and Intentionality .................... Rickard J. Donovan

VOLUME XI, NO. 2 SPRING 1975
1. Josiah Royce and George H. Mead
on the Nature of the Self .......................... David L. Miller

2. Peirce on Probability and Induction ............. G.H. Merrill

3. “The Will to Believe” and
the Ethics of Belief .................................. Arnold E. Johanson

VOLUME XI, NO. 1 WINTER 1975
1.The Epistemological Realism of Charles Peirce .....Robert Almeder

2. James on Meaning and Significance......Robert Giuffrida & Edward H. Madden

3. The Relationship of the Two Conceptions of
Categoriesin Everett Hall’s Philosophy........... Reginald F. McLelland

VOLUME X, NO. 4 FALL 1974
1. George Herbert Mead on Human Rights ......... Joseph Betz

2. Peirce’s Early Account of Induction .............. John A. Jessup

3. Royce and James on Psychical Research ......... Beatrice H. Zelder

VOLUME X, NO.3 SUMMER 1974
1. Peirce’s Theory of Individuals ...................... Gresham Riley

2. Recent Perspectives on
American Pragmatism, II ............................ Sandra B. Rosenthal

VOLUME X, NO. 2 SPRING 1974
1. Peirce’s Early Study of
the Logic of Relations, 1865-1867 ................ Emily Michael

2. Recent Perspectives on
American Pragmatism, I .............................. Sandra B. Rosenthal

3. Supplements to the Peirce Bibliographies ....... Max H. Fisch

VOLUME X, NO. 1 WINTER 1974
1. Peirce, Russell, and Achilles......................... Victor F. Lenzen

2. Achilles is Still Running .............................. I. Grattan-Guinness

3. Carnap’s Principle of
Tolerance and Physicalism........................ Charles H. Lambros

4. Retroduction: The Rational Instinct .............. Maryann Ayim

5. James’ Defense of a Believing
Attitude in Religion .................................... James L. Muyskens

VOLUME IX, NO. 4 FALL 1973
1. Charles Peirce and Quantum Mechanics ......... Charles Hartshorne

2. Charles Sanders Peirce
and Henry James the Elder.......................... Richard Louis Trammell

3. Santayana’s Non-Existent Symbols .............. John M. Michelsen


VOLUME IX, NO. 3 SUMMER 1973
1. A Pragmatic Conception of
the A Priori Re-viewed............................ James N. Hullett

2. C. S. Peirce’s “Illustrations of the Logic of Science”
and The Pragmatic Justification of Induction ............. Donald R. Koehn

3. Peirce‘s Concept of Community:
Another Interpretation................................ Mary B. Mahowald

VOLUME IX, NO. 2 SPRING 1973
1. Synechism, Socialism, and Cybernetics .......... Joseph L. Esposito

2. Peirce on Mach and Absolute Space .............. Randall R. Dipert

3. Dewey‘s Struggle with the Ineffable .............. Roland Garrett

4. Warranted Assertibility and
the Uniformity of Nature........................... Georges Dicker

5. Some Perspectives on Lovejoy’s
Epistemological Dualism............................. Robert A. Oakes

VOLUME IX, NO. 1 WINTER 1973
1. Peirce’s Pragmatism and Scotistic Realism ...... Robert Almeder

2. Habit and Meaning in Peirce’s Pragmatism ...... Gary Shapiro

3. Sterling Lamprecht’s Critique of Causality ..... Barry Cohen & James Humber

VOLUME VIII, NO. 3 SUMMER 1972
1. Dualism and Trimorphism
in Peirce’s Triadic logic .............................. Atwell R. Turquette

2. The Nature of Belief: The Proper Context
for James’ “The Will To Believe” ................ Patrick K. Dooley

3. John Dewey on the Object of Knowledge......... Georges Dicker

4. The Development of
G.H. Mead’s Social Psychology.................... Gary A. Cook

5. More Thoughts about Miller’s “Further
Thoughts on Peirce’s Use of History“............ Philip P. Wiener

VOLUME VIII, NO. 4 FALL 1972
1. Realism and Idealism in Peirce’s Categories..... James A. Blachowicz

2. Paper Doubt, Feigned Hesitancy, and Inquiry... Arnold E. Johanson

3. Wishful Thinking and “The Will To Believe”... Stephen T. Davis

4. Law, Language and Logic: The Legal Philosophy
of Wesley Newcomb Hohfeld ....................... James B. Brady

VOLUME VIII, NO. 2 SPRING 1972
1. The Argument of Peirce’s
”New List of Categories”............................ Donald E. Buzzelli

2. Charles S. Peirce as Mathematical Geodesist .... Victor F. Lenzen

3. C.I. Lewis and Radical Fallibilism ................. Sandra B. Rosenthal

4. Further Thoughts on
Peirce’s Use of History ................................ Willard M. Miller

5. The Peirce Homestead
as a National Memorial ................................ Max H. Fisch

VOLUME VIII, NO. 1 WINTER 1972
1. Religion, Instinct and Reason in the
Thought of Charles S. Peirce ....................... Richard L Trammell

2. Santayana on Scepticism and the
Analysis of Experience ................................ John M. Michelsen

3. Chauncey Wright and the
Concept of the Given .................................. Edward H. Madden

VOLUME VII, NO. 4 FALL 1971
1. Peirce’s Arisbe: The Greek Influence
in His Later Philosophy............................... Max H. Fisch

2. C.I. Lewis and the Certainty of
Commonplace Judgements.......................... Charles Pailthorp

3. John Dewey: Instrumentalism
in Social Action......................................... Georges Dicker

4. W.M. Miller on Peirce’s Interpretation
of the History of Science........................... Philip P. Wiener

5. A Note on Ducasse’s Notions of Cause
and Etiological Necessity........................... James M. Humber

6. Unfettered Freedom.................................... Joseph L. Blau

VOLUME VII, NO. 3 SUMMER 1971
1. James, Lewis and the Pragtmatic A Priori...... Lillian U. Pancheri

2. Towards Clarifying Whitehead’s
Theory of Concrescence.............................. John W. Lango

3. Ayer and the Pragmatic Maxim...................... Harold Moore

4. The Mystery of Phi and Psi........................... R.Z. Parks

VOLUME VII, NO. 2 SPRING 1971
1. Unrestricted Fallibilism................................. Douglas Greenlee

2. The Beloved Community of
Jonathan Edwards........................................ Paul J. Nagy

3. Peirce on the Use of History........................... Willard M. Miller

VOLUME VII, NO.1 WINTER 1971
1. Peirce & Triads........................................... Arthur Skidmore

2. Peirce’s Concept of Community:
Its Development & Change........................... Joseph P. De Marco

3. The Peirce Papers:
A Supplementary Catalogue.......................... Richard S. Robin

4. An Examination of C.J. Ducasse’s
Philosophy of Religion................................. Peter H. Hare

VOLUME VI, NOS. 3-4 SUMMER-FALL 1970
1. Charles Hartshorne’s Recollections of
Editing the Peirce Papers.......................... An Interview by Irwin C. Lieb

2. Paul Weiss’s Recollections of
Editing the Peirce Papers........................ An Interview by Richard Bernstein


VOLUME VI, NO.1 WINTER 1970

1. Peirce’s Sixty-six Signs................................. Gary Sanders

2. Induction, Abduction, and
the Evolution of Science............................... Robert Sharpe

3. Dewey’s Logic............................................. John McDermott

4. Truth in Science: Unrestricted Validity.......... Stephen D. Ross

VOLUME VI, NO. 2 SPRING 1970
1. On Peirce’s Realism..................................... Don D. Roberts

2. Peirce on Systems Theory.............................. Raymond M. Herbenick

3. Peirce’s Theory of Perception...................... Robert F. Almeder

4. Peirce and the Positivists on Knowledge......... Matthew Fairbanks

VOLUME V, NO. 4 FALL 1969
1. Peirce’s Complete System of Triadic Logic...... Atwell R. Turquette

2. Natural Realism and Illusion in
James’s Radical Empiricism.......................... Robert G. Meyers

3. Community in Royce: An Interpretation........ M.L. Briody

4. Peirce on Change......................................... Peter Turley

VOLUME V, NO.3 SUMMER 1969
1. On The Peirce Representation-Relation........... R.M. Martin

2. Connections: A Defense of Peirce’s
Category of Thirdness................................ Jerrold L. Aronson

3. Peirce, Mead, and the Logic of Concepts........ Sandra B. Rosenthal

VOLUME V, NO. 2 SPRING 1969
1. William James’s Theory of Emotion............... Gerald E. Meyers

2. The Relation of the Normative Science’s
to Peirce’s Theory of Inquiry....................... Thomas V. Curley

3. The Means-End Distinction
in Dewey’s Philosophy................................ Stephen D. Ross

VOLUME V, NO.1 WINTER 1969
1. An Unpublished Scientific
Monograph By C.S. Peirce............................ Victor F. Lenzen

2. Protophenomenology in the
Psychology of William James....................... Bruce Wilshire

3. Absolute Idealism &
John Dewey’s Instrumentalism...................... G.M. Brodsky

VOLUME IV, NO. 3 FALL 1968
1. William James, Dickinson Miller
& C.J. Ducasse on the ethics of belief......Peter H. Hare & Edward H. Madden

2. Peirce’s Theory of Inquiry............................. John J. Fitzgerald

3. Peirce’s Graphs-The Continuity Interpretation...... J. Jay Zeman

4. The ”Would-Be” Present of C. S. Peirce......... Sandra B. Rosenthal

VOLUME IV, NO. 2 SPPING 1968
1. Charles Peirce and the Existence
of the External World................................ Robert Almeder

2. The Apparent Amphiboly
of Peirce’s Reality.................................... Isabel Stearns

3. On The World as General.......................... Edward C. Moore

VOLUME IV, NO. 1 WINTER 1968
1. Kant’s Children: The Cambridge Pragmatists... Murray G. Murphey

2. Existence, Reality and Objects of Knowledge... B. Gresham Riley

3. Peirce’s Hypostatic and Factorial Categories.... Douglas Greenlee

VOLUME III, NO. 2 FALL 1967
1. F.C.S. Schiller: An Unpublished
Memorial by John Dewey............................. Allan Shields

2. Peirce and Marx........................................... Kenneth A. Megill

3. Peirce’s Phi and Psi Operators
for Triadic Logic.......................................... Atwell R. Turquette

4. A Pragmatic Concept of ”The Given”............. Sandra B. Rosenthal

5. Some Comments on Cheng, Peirce,
and Inductive Validity................................... Gordon N. Pinkham

VOLUME III, NO. 1 SPRING 1967
1. A Soviet Philosopher’s View
of Peirce’s Pragmatism............................... Philip P. Weiner

2. Peirce on Cartesian Doubt............................. Robert G. Meyers

3. Charles Peirce’s Arguments for the
Non-probabilistic Validity of Induction........... Chung-Ying Cheng

VOLUME II, NO. 2 FALL 1966
1. Peirce’s Triadic Logic................................. Max Fisch & Atwell Turquette

2. Peirce’s Probabilistic Theory
of Inductive Validity................................... Chung-Ying Cheng

3. Peirce on Self-control.................................. Larry Holmes


4. James H. Fairchild and the
Oberlin Philosophy................................... Edward H. Madden

VOLUME II, NO. 1 SPRING 1966
1. Peirce’s Analysis of Normative Science.......... Vincent G. Potter, S.J.

2. The Conflict of Science and Religion
in Charles Peirce’s Philosophy.................... Yuri K. Melvil

3. A Second Supplement to Arthur W. Burks’s
Bibliography of the Works of
Charles Sanders Peirce................................. Max H. Fisch

4. A First Supplement to “A Draft of a
bibliography of Writings about C. S. Peirce“... Max H. Fisch

VOLUME I, NO. 2 FALL 1965
1. Decision and Knowledge in Peirce................. David Savan

2. Peirce’s Index............................................. Thomas A. Goudge

3. On Peirce’s Icons of Second Intention............ Richard M. Martin

4. Charles S. Peirce and the
Concept of Indubitable Belief....................... James E. Broyles

5. The Peirce Manuscripts and
Josiah Royce - A Memoir
Harvard 1915 - 1916.................................. W. F. Kernan

VOLUME I, NO. 1 SPRING 1965
1. Reminiscences of a Mission
to Milford, Pennsylvania............................... Victor F. Lenzen

2. On Peirce’s Metaphysics................................ Murray Murphey

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