Peirce’s Speculative Grammar: Logic as Semiotics by Francesco Bellucci

Journal of the History of Philosophy 57 (3):563-564 (2019)
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Peirce’s Speculative Grammar is a masterful chronological reconstruction of Peirce’s work on logic as semiotics, or the study of signs and the purposes to which we put them. Peirce’s writings on these topics span more than fifty years. Moreover, his manuscripts number well over 100,000 pages, many of which have yet to be published. Patently, gaining a comprehensive overview of Peirce’s writings on logic is no small feat, and Bellucci is to be celebrated for his efforts. Peirce wanted to be known foremost as a logician. He did not, however, want to be known primarily as a formal logician. In a drafted lecture from 1905, he tells...



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