Charles Sanders Peirce Quotes

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many-a-man-has-cherished-for-years-as-his-hobby-some-vague-shadow-of-an-idea-too-meaningless-to-be-positively-false
bad-reasoning-as-well-as-good-reasoning-is-possible-and-this-fact-is-the-foundation-of-the-practical-side-of-logic
all-the-evolution-we-know-of-proceeds-from-the-vague-to-the-definite
it-is-impossible-not-to-envy-the-man-who-can-dismiss-reason-although-we-know-how-it-must-turn-out-at-last
the-idea-does-not-belong-to-soul-it-is-soul-that-belongs-to-idea-charles-sanders-peirce
unless-man-have-natural-bent-in-accordance-with-natures-he-has-no-chance-understanding-nature-at-all-charles-sanders-peirce
there-is-kink-in-my-damned-brain-that-prevents-me-from-thinking-as-other-people-think-charles-sanders-peirce
effort-supposes-resistance-charles-sanders-peirce
all-greatest-achievements-mind-have-been-beyond-power-unaided-individuals-charles-sanders-peirce
if-man-were-immortal-he-could-be-perfectly-sure-seeing-day-when-everything-in-which-he-had-trusted-should-betray-his-trust-charles-sanders-peirce
mathematics-is-purely-hypothetical-it-produces-nothing-but-conditional-propositions-charles-sanders-peirce
we-do-not-really-think-we-are-barely-conscious-until-something-goes-wrong-charles-sanders-peirce
another-characteristic-mathematical-thought-is-that-it-can-have-no-success-where-it-cannot-generalize-charles-sanders-peirce
and-what-then-is-belief-it-is-demicadence-which-closes-musical-phrase-in-symphony-our-intellectual-life-charles-sanders-peirce
we-one-all-us-have-instinct-to-pray-this-fact-constitutes-invitation-from-god-to-pray-charles-sanders-peirce
mere-imagination-would-indeed-be-mere-trifling-only-no-imagination-is-mere-charles-sanders-peirce
truly-that-reason-upon-which-we-plume-ourselves-though-it-may-answer-for-little-things-yet-for-great-decisions-is-hardly-surer-than-toss-up-charles-sanders-peirce
mathematics-is-distinguished-from-all-other-sciences-except-only-ethics-in-standing-in-no-need-ethics-charles-sanders-peirce
it-is-easy-to-be-certain-one-has-only-to-be-sufficiently-vague-charles-sanders-peirce
bad-reasoning-as-well-as-good-reasoning-is-possible-this-fact-is-foundation-practical-side-logic
every-new-concept-first-comes-to-mind-in-judgment