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Charles Sanders Peirce 1839-1914 American mathematician who contributed to the study of associative algebras, mathematical logic, and set theory, extending the work of his father, Benjamin Peirce. Cha... Read more
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Peirce, Charles Sanders (1839-1914) Born in 1839 in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Charles Sanders Peirce was the second and favorite son of Benjamin Peirce, who was a professor of mathematics and astronom... Read more
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Peirce, Charles Sanders Charles Sanders Peirce (1839–1914), pronounced "purse," was born in Cambridge, Massachusetts on September 10, and died in Milford, Pennsylvania on April 19... Read more
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Peirce The logical work of Charles Sanders Peirce (1839–1914) was an unusual blend of the traditional and the modern. His early paper "Memoranda concerning the Aristotelian Syllogism,&#x... Read more
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Peirce, Charles Sanders(1839–1914) Charles Sanders Peirce, the American philosopher, physicist, and mathematician and the founder of pragmatism, was born in Cambridge, Massachusetts. His father... Read more
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Peirce, Charles Sanders [addendum] Charles Sanders Peirce, one of America's most original philosophers, produced a body of work remarkable for its scope and enduring relevance. For many years P... Read more
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