Chance, Love, and Logic; Philosophical Essays

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The author, who spelled his name "Peirce", considered philosophy to be the most useful and necessary pursuit. He was an accomplished scientist -- chemistry, mathematics. This work is a collection of his published (well-vetted) articles. Read full review

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