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Lectures by Mr. C. S. Peirce '59.


Mr. C. S. Peirce '59 will give a course on reasoning and the logic of things at the rooms of the Cambridge Conferences, 168 Brattle street, on Monday and Thursday evenings in February and March at 8 o'clock, Mr. Peirce is a brother of Dean Peirce of the Graduate School, and has been a lecturer on logic at the Johns Hopkins University and was also a member of the U. S. Geological Survey. Mr. Peirce is the most prominent logician in the United States. His improvements in the Algebra of Logic are of world wide reputation.

The special topics of Mr. Peirce's lectures will be as follows: Feb. 10, Philosophy and the Conduct of Life; Feb. 14, Types of Reasoning; Feb. 17, The Logic of Relatives; Feb. 21, The First Rule of Logic; Feb. 24, Training in Reasoning; Feb. 28, Causation and Force; March 3, Habit; March 7, The Logic of Continuity.

Course tickets are $1.50, single admissions twenty-five cents.

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