Navy Cs Bibliography

Vietnam War Bibliography:

Navy SEALs and UDTs

Mickey Block and William Kimball, Before the Dawn. Canton, OH: Daring Books. Paperback New York: Pocket Books, 1989. Both the front and back covers of the paperback say that Block was a Navy SEAL, but he was never in fact a SEAL, nor does the text of the book really claim he was. He was in Special Boat Unit 524, a PBR unit based at Sa Dec, 1968 to 1969.

Roy Boehm, with Charles Sasser, First SEAL. New York: Pocket Books, 1997. xii, 308 pp. Boehm was the first commander of SEAL Team Two when it was founded in 1962. His first tour in Vietnam, training an LDNN unit and then leading it on missions in the Mekong Delta, began at the end of 1963. David Del Giudice (see below) charges that this book is seriously inaccurate.

T.J. Bosiljevac, SEALs: UDT/SEAL Operations in Vietnam. Boulder, Colorado: Paladin Press, 1990. xiii, 256 pp. pb New York: Ivy Books (Ballantine), 1991. xiii, 272 pp.

Kenneth Conboy and James Morrison, "SEALs on the Trail," Naval History 14:5 (October 2000).

Harry Constance, with Randall Fuerst, Good to Go: The Life and Times of a Decorated Member of the U.S. Navy's Elite SEAL Team Two. New York: Morrow, 1997. xi, 351 pp. pb New York: Avon, 1998. xii, 413 pp. Constance did three tours in Vietnam as a SEAL, beginning approximately October 1967. Second tour beginning probably February 1969, based at Soc Trang, working with PRU. Third tour, beginning probably March 1970, based at Can Tho (this was also Thomas Keith's third tour; see below). Looks a bit fictionalized, in places. I find the description of rules of engagement for the third tour (paperback, pp. 311-12) difficult to believe. The story of Father Hoa as a province chief (p. 313) is also pretty weird. Finally, he describes a conversation with another SEAL, during his third tour, about Jane Fonda's visit to Hanoi. His third tour was in 1970, or at latest, 1970-71; Fonda's visit to Hanoi was in 1972.

Dennis Cummings, The Men Behind the Trident: SEAL Team One in Vietnam. Annapolis: Naval Institute Press, 1997. xvi, 270 pp. Oral history. Captain David Del Giudice, "setting the Record Straight," U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings 137:2 (February 2011), pp. 60-64. Describes the process by which the SEALs were established; charges that Roy Boehm (see above) is very inaccurate about this process.

Kevin Dockery, Free Fire Zones: The True Story of U.S. Navy SEAL Combat in Vietnam.  New York: HarperTorch (HarperCollins), 2000.  viii, 241 pp.

Kevin Dockery and Bill Fawcett, eds., The Teams: An Oral History of the U.S. Navy Seals. New York: Morrow, 1998. xiv, 283 pp. pb New York: Avon, 1999. xiv, 289 pp. Only a moderate amount of Vietnam material. Accounts by six SEALs, of whom James Tipton went to Vietnam late in 1967; Georg Doran went in late 1962 to train the Biet Hai at Danang, and in 1970 to run the LDNN school; Jack Rowell went late in 1967 and again in late 1968; James Janos a.k.a. Governor Jesse "The Body" Ventura apparently had some Vietnam experience in a UDT but does not describe it.

Kevin Dockery, Navy SEALs: A History, Part II, The Vietnam Years. New York: Berkley, 2002. x, 339 pp. From interviews by Bud Brutsman.

Kevin Dockery, Operation Thunderhead: The True Story of Vietnam's Final POW Rescue Mission--and the Last Navy SEAL Killed in Country. New York: Berkley Caliber, 2008. viii, 294 pp. Mostly deals with the persistent efforts of John Dramesi to escape captivity in North Vietnam. In June 1972, Lt. Melvin Dry was killed during an effort to position Navy SEALs to assist in one of Dramesi's escape plans.

Barry W. Enoch, with Gregory A. Walker, foreword by Bob Kerrey, Teammates: SEALs at War. New York: Pocket Books, 1996. xvii, 318 pp. Enoch joined the Navy in 1955, became a founding member of SEAL Team One, was sent to Vietnam for his first tour in March 1963, and sent to Danang to assist covert maritime operations against North Vietnam. He had repeated later tours to the end of the war; retired a Chief Gunner's Mate.

Bill Fawcett, ed., Hunters and Shooters: An Oral History of the U.S. Navy SEALs in Vietnam. New York: Morrow, 1995.

Robert A. Gormly, Combat Swimmer: Memoirs of a Navy SEAL. New York: NAL/Dutton, 1998. pb New York: Onyx, 1999. x, 310 pp. Index. Less than half (pp. 47-180 in the paperback) deals with Vietnam. Gormly, an officer in SEAL Team 2, served two tours in the Mekong Delta, from the Long Tuan Secret Zone near the mouth of the Bassac, to Nui Coto in the Seven Mountains of Chau Doc. Arrived January 1967 as squad leader, had to leave when wounded in early June. Returned for second tour May 1968, left in November. Those who are interested in the SEALs outside the context of Vietnam may also want to read about Gormly's relationship with Dick Marcinko (whom he replaced as commander of SEAL Team 6 in 1983), in Gormly's participation in the Grenada operation later in 1983, etc.

Ivy Harper, Waltzing Matilda: The Life and Times of Nebraska Senator Robert Kerrey. New York: St. Martin's, 1992. xxi, 263 pp. J. [Joseph] Robert Kerrey won the Congressional Medal of Honor during his brief service as a SEAL officer in Vietnam (see under Kerrey, below). He served as Governor of Nebraska 1983-87, and was elected to the US Senate in 1988.

Joel M. Hutchins, Swimmers among the Trees: SEALs in the Vietnam War. Novato, CA: Presidio, 1996. The dust jacket says Hutchins is a former SEAL, but this is not true. The book contains many detailed descriptions of operations for which the sources are unexplained--Hutchins, who had never been a SEAL, had not participated in them, does not mention any names of participants, does not say he has interviewed participants, and does not cite documents or written sources.

Thomas H. Keith and J. Terry Riebling, SEAL Warrior: Death in the Dark: Vietnam 1968-1972. New York: Thomas Dunne Books (St. Martin's), 2009. xvii, 292 pp. Keith joined 10th Platoon, SEAL Team 2, in January 1968. After training, the platoon was sent for a tour, roughly March to September 1968, based at My Tho. After this tour Keith transferred to 3d Platoon, with which he did a 1969-70 tour based at Nha Be, operating in the Rung Sat. Transferred to 8th Platoon, with which he did a tour in Ca Mau. Some names have been changed, and the chronology is very vague. It is hard to figure out from this book when his third tour was. This was also Harry Constance's third tour (see above), and the impression given by Constance's book is that the tour began in March 1970, but the table of tours in Bosiljevac (pb), p. 218, says that 8th Platoon's tour was August 1970 to February 1971.

Bob Kerrey (J[oseph] Robert Kerrey), When I Was a Young Man. New York: Harcourt, 2002. xi, 270 pp. (relatively large print, not a lot of words per page). Kerrey chose in 1966 to join the Navy rather than wait to be drafted into the Army. Although the future senator won the Congressional Medal of Honor in Vietnam, his time in-country had been brief (January to March 1969), and it occupies a rather small part of this book. Pages 111-157 cover the period of his military training--OCS, UDT, and SEAL. Pages 159-179 describe his early weeks in Vietnam, during which he led his SEAL squad on several night ambushes that did not make enemy contact, and give some thoughts about the nature of the war. He devotes only ten pages (pp. 179-189) to the two incidents in which he saw actual combat. In the first, on February 25, 1969, his squad went into the village of Thanh Phong, in what he calls Thanh Phu province (Thanh Phu was in fact one district in Kien Hoa province). The SEALs were looking for some high-level Viet Cong cadres who had been reported to be in the village. In a confused incident that long afterward aroused controversy (see book by Vistica below), the SEAL squad killed a number of women and children. It was the second incident, on March 14, 1969, that won Kerrey his Medal of Honor. He was severely wounded leading his squad in an attack on a Communist sapper unit, on an island very close to Nha Trang.

Greg McPartlin, Combat Corpsman: The Vietnam Memoir of a Navy SEALs Medic. New York: Berkley Caliber (Penguin), 2005. 319 pp. McPartlin joined the Navy in order to become a corpsman assigned to the Marines. He arrived in Vietnam at the beginning of 1968, assigned to Third Force Recon. After three months, his platoon had suffered such heavy losses it was rotated out of Vietnam. He then shifted to become a medic with the SEALs. He went to Vietnam late in 1969 and was assigned to Old Nam Can, in the Ca Mau Peninsula.

Richard Marcinko with John Weisman, Rogue Warrior. New York: Pocket Books, 1992. Parts of this book cover Marcinko's service as a SEAL officer in the Mekong Delta (roughly the first halves of 1967 and 1968) and as US Naval Attache in Phnom Penh, 1973-74, working to keep the Mekong River open.

Rad Miller, Jr., Whattaya Mean I Can't Kill 'Em? A Navy SEAL in Vietnam. New York: Ivy, 1998. 245 pp. Miller served very briefly off the coast of Vietnam aboard a DER involved in MARKET TIME in 1966. He began a Vietnam tour in mid 1967, with UDT 11. Finally he served a tour as a SEAL assigned to Echo Platoon of Team 1, mostly in the Mekong Delta, beginning in February 1969. Note: Miller has also published a volume of fiction about the SEALs, SEAL Stories.

Gary R. Smith & Alan Maki, Death in the Jungle: Diary of a Navy SEAL. Boulder: Paladin, 1994. pb New York: Ivy, 1996, 321 pp. Smith completed UDT training and joined UDT-12 in December 1965; he served 32 months in Vietnam.

Gary R. Smith & Alan Maki, Death in the Delta: Diary of a Navy SEAL. pb New York: Ivy, 1996, 321 pp. Sequel to the above; covers Smith's third and fourth tours in Vietnam, 1969-1970, including work with PRU and LDNN.

Gary R. Smith, Master Chief: Diary of a Navy SEAL. pb New York: Ivy, 1996, 308 pp. Sequel to the above; covers Smith's fifth tour (1971) in Vietnam, with November Platoon, SEAL Team 1, in Dinh Tuong province, and his post-war career.

Gregory L. Vistica, The Education of Lieutenant Kerrey. New York: St. Martin's/Thomas Dunne Books, 2003. xix, 296 pp. I have not yet actually read this book, but my impression is that it is much more serious than Kerrey's memoir (see above) about trying to get to the truth of the Thanh Phong incident.

Lt. Cmdr. Michael J. Walsh and Greg Walker, SEAL!. pb New York: Pocket Books, 1995. 292 pp. (Copyright is 1994, but there is no indication of an actual 1994 hardcover.) Walsh served multiple tours in Vietnam starting in Mekong Delta late 1968.

Steven L. Waterman, Just a Sailor: A Navy Diver's Story of Photography, Salvage, and Combat. New York: Ballantine, 2000. 284 pp. Waterman was an underwater photographer for the Navy. Chaper 18 covers his Vietnam service in 1969 with UDT-13 (though he had not really had UDT training), initially in I Corps, later operating off the Terrell County (LST-1157) at the mouth of the Song Ong Doc in the Ca Mau Peninsula.

Chief James Watson and Kevin Dockery, Point Man: Inside the Toughest and Most Deadly Unit in Vietnam by a Founding Member of Elite Navy SEALs. New York: Morrow, 1993. Watson served three tours in Vietnam, beginning in 1967.

Chief James Watson with Kevin Dockery, Walking Point. New York: Morrow, 1997. 320 pp. pb New York: Avon, 1998. 296 pp.

Darrel D. Whitcomb, "Rescuing BAT 21." Naval History, 12:2 (March/April 1998). SEAL Tom Norris rescued a downed flier, Iceal Hambleton, under very difficult circumstances in Quang Tri province during the Easter Offensive of 1972.

Darryl Young, The Element of Surprise: Navy SEALs in Vietnam. New York: Ivy Books, 1990. xxiv, 274 pp. Covers Young's service in Juliett Platoon, SEAL Team 1, in Vietnam (near the mouth of the Bassac River), June to December 1970. He also served a later tour in Vietnam with UDT 11.

Some SEAL documents have been placed on-line in the Jerry J. Fletcher Collection, in the Virtual Vietnam Archive of the Vietnam Project, at Texas Tech University. These include:

    CTF 116, 161314Z Oct 1969, SEAL Ops. Rules of engagement, particularly in regard to SEAL operations directed against VC medical facilities.

    D.D. Ellis, Officer in Charge, SEAL Team Detachment Alfa, Ninth Platoon, End of Tour Report. 19 December 1969. 3 pp. Covers the period 9 June to 8 December 1969. The platoon, based at Nha Be, operated in the Rung Sat Special Zone (RSSZ), Can Giuoc district of Long An province, Nhon Trach district of Bien Hoa province, and Western Long Le district of Phuoc Tuy province.

    C.S. Prouty, Officer in Charge, SEAL Team Detachment Golf, Mike Platoon, End of Tour Report. 1 March 1970. 5 pp. The platoon operated in the Rung Sat Special Zone (RSSZ), based at Cat Lo, 11 September to 1 November 1969. In the Seafloat Area of Operations, lower Camau Peninsula, 1 November 1969 to 14 February 1970.

    Compilation of material on the issue of communications security, apparently late 1970, no title or compiler given. Startes with an excerpt from an October 1970 report on enemy communications intelligence efforts, from Naval Advisory Group, MACV. After this there are statements urging SEALs to pay attention to threat of enemy COMINT efforts, and improve their communications security, with suggestions about how this can be done.

    LTJG Roger Clapp, handwritten letter January 22, 1971, discussing operations of Victor Platoon, currently based at Long Phu and operating in several provinces, preparing for a move to Dong Tam. Brief comment on LDNN.

    LT Aubrey Davis, Jr., Officer in Charge, SEAL Detachment ALFA, 8th Platoon, End of Tour Report. 15 February 1971; covers the period 16 August 1970 to 14 February 1971. 6 pp. 8th Platoon was based at Dong Tam, and was assigned to prevent mortar attacks against Dong Tam, and to conduct operations against VC infranstructure in Dinh Tuong province. Discussions of the various organizations that provided intelligence is interesting. The PRUs give good intelligence, "and show a strong desire to resume operations with SEALs." Phoenix/Phuong Hoang apparently has good intelligence, but seems to give it only to Vietnamese forces, not to the SEALs.

    LT H.R. Couch, Officer in Charge, Detachment Golf, Whiskey Platoon, End of Tour Report. 21 April 1971; covers the period 13 November 1970 to 20 April 1971. 3 pp. Whiskey Platoon operated from Advance Tactical Support Base Solid Anchor [at or near Nam Can, in An Xuyen province in the extreme south of the Mekong Delta].

    Roger Clapp, Officer in Charge, Victor Platoon, Dong Tam, handwritten letter to LT Jerry Fletcher, officer in charge of November Platoon, which was soon [approximately mid June 1971] to come to Dong Tam to relieve Clapp's platoon. Undated; first half of 1971. Describes the situation and missions of the SEALs at Dong Tam.

    Roger B. Clapp, Officer in Charge, Detachment Golf, Victor Platoon, End of Tour Report. 29 May 1971; covers the period 17 December 1970 to 26 May 1971. 3 pp. Victor Platoon had operated out of Long Phu from 17 December 1970 to 14 February 1971, and out of Dong Tam from 14 February to 25 May 1971. The discussion of what organizations provided useful intelligence is interesting.

    COMUSMACV, 9 June 1971, The Responsibility of Command. Stresses that rules of engagement, specified operational boundaries, and time limits on operations, "which on occasion are militarily undesirable, must be scrupulously obeyed." "This has not been the case in all instances in the past."

    Handwritten patrol order, 2 July 1971, probably SEAL Team One, Detachment Golf, November Platoon.

    Handwritten patrol order, 7 July 1971, probably SEAL Team One, Detachment Golf, November Platoon.

    LCDR D. Venter, Officer in Charge, HA(L)-3, Detachment 7, SEAL Op of 7 July 1971. Venter praises the skill and courage of SEALs who, while getting air support from the Seawolves of HA(L)-3, were preventing the enemy from putting up as much anti-aircraft fire as they otherwise would have.

    Handwritten patrol order, probably SEAL Team One, Detachment Golf, November Platoon.

    R.E. Mullen, Intelligence Officer, Naval Special Warfare Group, Vietnam, SEAL Intelligence Support, 20 July 1971.

    CTU 116.6.2 [Lt. Jerry Fletcher] to CINCPACFLT, 271811Z Jul 1971, SEAL Spot Report on an operation in the vicinity of XS037564, on 27 July 1971.

    Officer in Charge, SEAL Team One Det Golf November Platoon [Jerry J. Fletcher], Dong Tam SEAL Detachment, Relief of, 25 August 1971. Memo to the Officer in Charge of the platoon that would be relieving November Platoon, approximately 15 November to 15 December, describing such things as what equipment and supplies the reliving platoon should bring, and what it would find available at Dong Tam. Enclosure 1, a memo by LTJG Thomas Klephammer giving a bit more detail about environment and operations, is included in the same .pdf file. Enclosure 2 is online as a separate item: Gary R. Smith RM-1, Nov. Plt. Intelligence Section, 20 August 1971. 2 pp. Smith, who had been running the intelligence section of November Platoon, describes it (and says a little about its relations with RVN agencies) for the benifit of the petty officer who was about to replace him. Short but interesting.

    Officer in Charge, SEAL Team One Det Golf November Platoon [Jerry J. Fletcher], Compromise of U.S. Navy SEAL Missions by Vietnamese Sources, 27 September 1971. 3 pp. LT A. M. Todd, Officer in Charge, SEAL Team One Detachment Golf, First Endorsement on CTU 1161.6.2 ltr 3000 dtd 27 Sept 71. Undated. Recommended that SEALs cease operations in South Vietnam if Vietnamese authorities did not show more respect for SEALs' operations security.

    Officer in Charge, SEAL Team One Det Golf November Platoon [Jerry J. Fletcher], End of Tour Report, 24 November 1971. 5 pp. Relations with the Vietnamese have been deteriorating (copies of Fletcher's letter of 27 September discussing compromise of SEAL operations, and LT Todd's endorsement of Fletcher's letter, both listed above, were enclosed with this report.) SEALs had been prohibited from targeting VCI as of 11 June 1971.

    Preliminary draft of a memo, Brightlight Recovery Procedures; Recommendations For, From OIC, SEAL Team One Det Golf, Nov Plt [Lt. Jerry Fletcher], To: Commander, Delta Naval Forces. This draft memo on ways SEALs might assist in the recovery of American POWs was sent to OIC, SEAL Team One Det Golf, for his comments; he replied with comments dated 26 October 1971.

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Copyright © 1996, 1998 , 2001, 2002, 2003, 2005, 2007, 2009, 2010, 2015, Edwin E. Moise. This document may be reproduced only by permission. Revised July 25, 2015.

Charles Sanders Peirce
General
Philosophical
Biographical

Abbreviations

B:x: Brent, Joseph (1998), Charles Sanders Peirce: A Life, 2nd edition, page x[1]

CDPT: Commens Dictionary of Peirce's Terms
CP x.y: Collected Papers, volume x, paragraph y
EP x:y: The Essential Peirce, volume x, page y

W x:yWritings of Charles S. Peirce, volume x, page y

This Charles Sanders Peirce bibliography consolidates numerous references to Charles Sanders Peirce's writings, including letters, manuscripts, publications, and Nachlass. For an extensive chronological list of Peirce's works (titled in English), see the Chronologische Übersicht (Chronological Overview) on the Schriften (Writings) page for Charles Sanders Peirce.

Abbreviations[edit]

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Main editions (posthumous)

CP x.y=Collected Papers of Charles Sanders Peirce, volume x, paragraph y.
CN x:y=Contributions to 'The Nation' , volume x, page y. (Some scholars use "N".)
EP x:y=The Essential Peirce: Selected Philosophical Writings, volume x, page y.
HP x:y=Historical Perspectives on Peirce's Logic of Science: A History of Science, volume x, page y.
NEM x:y=The New Elements of Mathematics by Charles S. Peirce, volume x, page y. (Some scholars use "NE".)
PMSW x=Philosophy of Mathematics: Selected Writings, page x. (No established scholarly abbreviation yet.[2])
PPM x=Pragmatism as a Principle and Method of Right Thinking: The 1903 Harvard "Lectures on Pragmatism", page x. (Some scholars use "HL".)
RLT x=Reasoning and the Logic of Things, page x.
SS x=Semiotic and Significs: The Correspondence between C. S. Peirce and Victoria Lady Welby, page x. (Some scholars use "PW".)
W x:y=Writings of Charles S. Peirce: A Chronological Edition, volume x, page y.

Other

CLL x=Chance, Love and Logic: Philosophical Essays, page x.
LI x=The Logic of Interdisciplinarity: The Monist-series, page x.
PSWS x=Peirce on Signs: Writings on Semiotic, page x. ("PSWS" coined for this wiki.[3])
PWP x=Philosophical Writings of Peirce, page x.
SIL x=Studies in Logic by Members of the Johns Hopkins University, page x.
SW x=Charles S. Peirce, Selected Writings, page x.
PEP=Peirce Edition Project.
TCSPS=Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society

Primary literature[edit]

The manuscript material now (1997) comes to more than a hundred thousand pages. These contain many pages of no philosophical interest, but the number of pages on philosophy certainly number much more than half of that. Also, a significant but unknown number of manuscripts have been lost. —Joseph Ransdell, 1997.[4]

Bibliographies and microfilms of primary literature[edit]

MicrofilmBibliography
The Charles S. Peirce Papers [the Nachlass]
  • (1966) The Charles S. Peirce Papers, Microfilm Edition, Thirty Reels with Two Supplementary Reels Later Added. Cambridge: Harvard University Library Photographic Service. Harvard also made microfilms of Peirce's professional correspondence. All those materials are cataloged in the Annotated Catalogue and Supplementary Catalogue (see on right). Both of Robin's catalogues, together with color image scans of complete works in the microfilm edition, are freely accessible at the repository institution's online library catalog (HOLLIS) as the Charles Sanders Peirce Papers (MS Am 1632) Houghton Library, Harvard University(HOLLIS number 000602456).
  • Robin, Richard S. (1967), Annotated Catalogue of the Papers of Charles S. Peirce, University of Massachusetts Press, Amherst, MA, 1967. PEP Eprint (html text). HOLLIS facsimile
  • Robin, Richard S. (1971), "The Peirce Papers: A Supplementary Catalogue." Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society 7.1 (Winter 1971): 37-57. HOLLIS facsimile
  • On the vicissitudes of Peirce's papers, see Houser (1989).[5] Reportedly the papers remain in unsatisfactory condition.[6]
Complete Published Works
  • (1977) Charles Sanders Peirce: Complete Published Works, Including Selected Secondary Materials. Microfiche Edition. Board of Editors: Kenneth Laine Ketner, Charles S. Hardwick, Christian J. W. Kloesel, Joseph M. Ransdell; Consulting Editor: Max H. Fisch. Greenwich, Conn.: Johnson Associates, Inc. Made available along with it was a microfiche of the Comprehensive Bibliography, first edition (see on right).
  • Ketner, Kenneth Laine et al., (1977), A Comprehensive Bibliography and Index of the Published Works of Charles Sanders Peirce, with a Bibliography of Secondary Studies, Johnson Associates (Greenwich, Connecticut). Board of editors: Ketner (primary bibliography and index); Christian J. W. Kloesel and Joseph Ransdell (secondary bibliography); consulting editors: Max H. Fisch and Charles S. Hardwick. Second edition (1986) A Comprehensive Bibliography of the Published Works of Charles Sanders Peirce, revised by Ketner with assistance from Arthur Franklin Stewart and Claude V. Bridges, Philosophy Documentation Center (Bowling Green, OH), 337 pages, hardcover (ISBN 978-0912632841, ISBN 0-912632-84-4), online via InteLex. Third edition, digital/revised (2013), edited by Ketner, free online in The Published Works of Charles Sanders Peirce, digital/revised (PWcspD).

Other bibliographies of primary literature

  • Burks, Arthur W. (1958), "Bibliography of the Works of Charles Sanders Peirce", CP 8.260-321.
  • Cohen Morris R (1916). "Charles S. Peirce and a Tentative Bibliography of His Published Writings". The Journal of Philosophy, Psychology, and Scientific Methods. 13: 726–737. doi:10.2307/2012323. 
  • Fisch, Max H.
    • and Haskell, Daniel C. (1952), "Some Additions to Morris R. Cohen's Bibliography of Peirce's Published Writings", on pp. 375–381 in Wiener, Philip P., and Young, Frederick, eds., Studies in the Philosophy of Charles Sanders Peirce, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA, 396 pages.
    • (1964), "A First Supplement to Arthur W. Burks's Bibliography of the Works of Charles Sanders Peirce" in Studies in the Philosophy of Charles Sanders Peirce, Second Series, edited by Edward C. Moore and Richard S. Robin, University of Massachusetts Press, Amherst, 1964, which also contains a bibliography of secondary literature prior to 1964 on pp. 486–514.
    • (1966 spring), "A Second Supplement to Arthur W. Burks's Bibliography of the Works of Charles Sanders Peirce", Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society, vol. II, no. 1, pp. 51–53.
    • (1974 spring), "Supplements to the Peirce Bibliographies", Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society, vol. X, no 2.
  • Kloesel, Christian J. W. (1982), a 648-item Peirce bibliography for years 1976–1980, pp. 246–276 in The Relevance of Charles Peirce, Part II, The Monist, vol. 65 no. 2, April 1982, The Hegeler Institute, catalog page; and "Bibliography of Charles Peirce. 1976 through 1981", in Eugene Freeman (ed.), Relevance of Charles Peirce (Monist Library of Philosophy), Open Court, 412 pages, hardcover (ISBN 978-0914417002, ISBN 0-914417-00-2).
  • NOAA (as accessed March 6, 2010), "Charles Sanders Peirce", The Coast and Geodetic Survey Annual Reports 1844–1910 Bibliography of Appendices, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Central Library. NOAA Eprint. Appendices in pdf files available there.
  • Parker, Kelly A. (1999), "Charles S. Peirce on Esthetics and Ethics: A Bibliography". Parker is of the Department of Philosophy, Grand Valley State University, Allendale, Michigan, US. (Work resulted from research at the Peirce Edition Project at U Indiana.) "Eprint"(PDF). Archived from the original(PDF) on 2003-04-06.  (145 KiB)
  • Shook, John R. (1998), Pragmatism. An Annotated Bibliography 1898–1940., Rodopi, Amsterdam, The Netherlands and Atlanta, GA, 1998, 617 pp. With contributions by E. Paul Colella, Lesley Friedman, Frank X. Ryan and Ignas K. Skrupskelis. Hardcover, (ISBN 978-90-420-0269-2, ISBN 90-420-0269-7), Rodopi catalog page.

Main editions[edit]

Collected Papers(CP)

  • Peirce, C. S., Collected Papers of Charles Sanders Peirce, vols. 1–6, 1931–1935, Charles Hartshorne and Paul Weiss, eds., vols. 7–8, 1958, Arthur W. Burks, ed., Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA.
    • Volume 1, Principles of Philosophy, 1931.
    • Volume 2, Elements of Logic, 1932.
    • Volume 3, Exact Logic (Published Papers), 1933.[7]
    • Volume 4, The Simplest Mathematics, 1933, 601 pages.[7]
    • Volume 5, Pragmatism and Pragmaticism, 1934.
    • Volume 6, Scientific Metaphysics, 1935.
    • Volume 7, Science and Philosophy, 1958.
    • Volume 8, Reviews, Correspondence, and Bibliography, 1958.
  • For table of contents of each volume, see Collected Papers in "Schriften von Charles Sanders Peirce" at the German Wikipedia (contents in English).
  • Belknap Press (of Harvard University Press) edition with pairs of volumes bound as one, vols. 1–2, 962 pages (ISBN 0-674-13800-7), vols. 3–4, 1064 pages (ISBN 0-674-13801-5), vols. 5–6, 944 pages (ISBN 0-674-13802-3), vols. 7-8, 798 pages (ISBN 0-674-13803-1). HUP catalog pages.
  • Much of Volume 1, without editorial notes Eprint.
  • Some of Volume 5, without editorial notes Eprint.
  • Volumes 1–8. Online via InteLex. Paul Ernest's Review in Philosophy of Mathematics Education Journal 10 (1997).
  • Volumes 1–8. Reprinted, Thoemmes Continuum, 1998.

The Writings or the Chronological Edition(W)

  • Peirce, C. S., Writings of Charles S. Peirce, A Chronological Edition, Peirce Edition Project (eds.), Indiana University Press, Bloomington and Indianapolis, IN, 1982–. Information. Indiana University Press links to catalog pages. PEP's Cornelis de Waal reported to peirce-l on Volume 8 (now published) and said "Work on volume 7, which will contain a selection of Peirce’s Century Dictionary definitions, continues steadily, as does work on volumes 9 (1892–1893) and 11 (Peirce’s “How to Reason” aka the “Grand Logic”)."
    • Volume 1 (1857–1866), eds. Edward C. Moore, Max H. Fisch, et al. 1982. Info. & Intro.  IUP catalog page.
    • Volume 2 (1867–1871), eds. Edward C. Moore, et al. 1984. Info., Intro., & texts of articles.  IUP catalog page.
    • Volume 3 (1872–1878), eds. Christian J.W. Kloesel, et al. 1986. 672 pages. Info. & Intro.  IUP catalog page.
    • Volume 4 (1879–1884), eds. Christian J.W. Kloesel, et al. 1989. 768 pages. Info. & Intro.  IUP catalog page.
    • Volume 5 (1884–1886), eds. Christian J.W. Kloesel, et al. 1993. 678 pages. Info. & Intro.  IUP catalog page.
    • Volume 6 (1886–1890), eds. Nathan Houser et al. 2000. 656 pages. Info. & Intro.  IUP catalog page.
    • Volume 8 (1890–1892), eds. Nathan Houser, André De Tienne, et al. 2010. 824 pages. Intro. (PDF)IUP catalog page.
  • Volumes 1-6. Online via InteLex.

Contributions to The Nation(CN or N)

  • Peirce, C. S., "Charles Sanders Peirce: Contributions to The Nation", 4 volumes, Kenneth Laine Ketner and James Edward Cook, eds., Texas Technological University Press, Lubbock, TX, 1975–1987.
    • Part 1 (1869–1893), 1975, 208 pages.
    • Part 2 (1894–1900), 1975, 281 pages.
    • Part 3 (1901–1908), 1979, 306 pages.
    • Part 4 (Index), 1987, 252 pages. In print (TTU catalog page).
  • Volumes 1–4. Online via InteLex.
  • The Institute for Studies in Pragmaticism (Ketner et al.) is placing Contributions and the Comprehensive Bibliography free online: The Published Works of Charles Sanders Peirce.

New Elements of Mathematics(NEM or NE)

  • Peirce, C. S., The New Elements of Mathematics by Charles S. Peirce, 4 volumes in 5, Carolyn Eisele, ed., Mouton Publishers, The Hague, Netherlands, 1976. De Gruyter catalog page. Humanities Press, Atlantic Highlands, NJ, 1976. cxxxviii + 2478 pages in total.[8] Each volume has a Library of Congress (LoC) 10-digit ISBN. Each volume, except for Volume II, has Mouton copyright information accompanied by another 10-digit ISBN. Now back in print, the catalog pages showing 12-digit ISBNs different from those generable from the 10-digit ISBNs.
    • Volume I, Arithmetic, xl + 260 pages. LoC ISBN 0-391-00612-6 , Mouton ISBN 90-279-3174-7. New ISBN 978-3-11-086970-5.
    • Volume II, Algebra and Geometry, xxxi + 672 pages. LoC ISBN 90-279-3025-2, no Mouton ISBN in volume. New ISBN 978-3-11-081884-0.
    • Volume III/1, Mathematical Miscellanea, xxxix + 763 pages (1–763). LoC ISBN 039100641X, Mouton ISBN 90 279 3035 X. New ISBN 978-3-11-156339-8.
    • Volume III/2, Mathematical Miscellanea, 390 pages (764–1153). LoC ISBN 039100641X, Mouton ISBN 90 279 3035 X. New ISBN 978-3-11-156340-4.
    • Volume IV, Mathematical Philosophy, xxviii + 393 pages. LoC ISBN 0 391 00642 8, Mouton ISBN 90 279 3045 7 . New ISBN 978-3-11-080588-8.

Some online sources incorrectly list the ISBNs of these volumes, for example, sometimes interchanging those of volumes II and III(1/2).

Review PDF by Arthur W. Burks in the Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society, vol. 84, no. 5, Sept. 1978.

Historical Perspectives on Peirce's Logic of Science(HP)

  • Peirce, C. S., Historical Perspectives on Peirce's Logic of Science: A History of Science, 2 vols., Carolyn Eisele, ed., Mouton De Gruyter (catalog page), Berlin, New York, Amsterdam, 1985, x + 1,131 pages, hardcover (ISBN 978-0899250342, ISBN 0-89925-034-3). Back in print, new ISBN 978-3-11-181076-8. Has Peirce's "papers, grant applications, and publishers' prospectuses in the history and practice of science," said Auspitz.[9]
  • Peirce, C.S., The Logic of Interdisciplinarity. Charles S. Peirce, The Monist Series, Elize Bisanz, ed., Akademie Verlag, Berlin, 2009, 455 pages, hardcover (ISBN 978-3-05-004410-1).

Semiotic and Significs(SS or PW)

  • Peirce, C. S., and Welby-Gregory, Victoria (Lady Welby), Semiotic and Significs: The Correspondence between C. S. Peirce and Victoria Lady Welby, edited by Charles S. Hardwick with the assistance of James Cook, Indiana University Press, Bloomington and Indianapolis, IN, 1977, 201 pages, paperback (ISBN 0253351634, ISBN 978-0-253-35163-0). 2nd edition (Peirce Studies #8), 2001, the Press of Arisbe Associates, Elsah, IL, 250 pages, (ISBN 978-0966769517, ISBN 0-9667695-1-1).

Essential Peirce(EP)

  • Peirce, C. S., The Essential Peirce, Selected Philosophical Writings, Volume 1 (1867–1893), Nathan Houser and Christian J. W. Kloesel, eds., Indiana University Press, Bloomington and Indianapolis, IN, 1992. Information. Introduction by Nathan Houser.
  • Peirce, C. S., The Essential Peirce, Selected Philosophical Writings, Volume 2 (1893–1913), Peirce Edition Project, eds., Indiana University Press, Bloomington and Indianapolis, IN, 1998. Information. Introduction by Nathan Houser.

Philosophy of Mathematics(PMSW)

  • Peirce, C. S., Philosophy of Mathematics: Selected Writings, Matthew E. Moore, ed., Indiana University Press, Bloomington and Indianapolis, IN, 2010, publisher catalog page. First in a series Selections from the Writings of Charles S. Peirce. Hardcover (ISBN 978-0-253-35563-8), paper (ISBN 978-0-253-22265-7). Table of contents. Includes many writings appearing in print for the first time. Excerpts of previously widely published articles ("The Regenerated Logic", "Prolegomena to an Apology for Pragmaticism", "The Law of Mind") are reprinted, with Moore's introductions.)

Lectures by Peirce[edit]

1865 spring:Harvard lectures on "The Logic of Science". (I-XI et al., W 1:162-302). Lect. I Arisbe"Eprint"(PDF).  (106 KiB).
1866 Oct. 24 – Dec. 1:Lowell Institute lectures on "The Logic of Science; or Induction and Hypothesis". (I-XI et al., W 1:358-530)
1869 Dec. 14 – 1870 Jan. 15:Harvard lectures on "British Logicians". (Some in W 1:310-347). See below.
1879–1884:Johns Hopkins University Lecturer in Logic. Introductory Lecture Sept. 1882, Johns Hopkins University Circulars, v. 2, n. 19, p p. 11-12, Nov. 1882. EP 1:214-214, CP 7.59-76, W 4:378-382.
1892 Nov. 28 – 1893 Jan. 5:Lowell lectures on "The History of Science". 12 lectures. Robin Catalogue describes notes in MSS 1274–1283. ("Concluding Remarks" CP 7.267–275. All in HP 2:139–296.)
1898 Feb. 10 – Mar. 7:Cambridge (MA) conference lectures (at Mrs. Ole Bull's) on "Reasoning and the Logic of Things". See below.
1903 Mar. 26 – May 17:Harvard lectures on "Pragmatism". See below.
1903 Nov. 23 – Dec. 17:Lowell lectures on "Some Topics of Logic bearing on Questions now Vexed". See below.
1905:Adirondack Summer School Lectures. On the nature and classification of the sciences. MS 1334, 59 pp., 35–36 in CP 1.284 and 7–23 on pp. 46–48 in Classical American Philosophy, Stuhr, ed. Nubiola quotes from MS pp. 11–14 and 20.
1907 Apr. 8–13:Harvard Philosophy Club lectures on "Logical Methodeutic".
Sources: Peirce Edition Project's Peirce Chronology and "Peirce, Charles Sanders" (1934) by Paul Weiss.

On British Logicians (the 1869–1870 Harvard lectures)

  • Peirce, C. S. (1869 Dec. – 1870 Jan), lectures at Harvard on the history of logic, focusing on the history of British logic.
    • "Lecture I. Early nominalism and realism", MS 158: November–December 1869, W 2:310-316, PEP Eprint.
    • "Ockam. Lecture 3", MS 160: November–December 1869, W 2:317-336, PEP Eprint.
    • "Whewell", MS 162: November–December 1869, W 2:337-347, PEP Eprint.

Reasoning and the Logic of Things(RLT) (The 1898 Lectures in Cambridge, MA)

  • Peirce, C. S., Reasoning and the Logic of Things, The Cambridge Conference Lectures of 1898, Kenneth Laine Ketner, ed., intro., and Hilary Putnam, intro., commentary, Harvard, 1992, 312 pages, hardcover (ISBN 978-0674749665, ISBN 0-674-74966-9), softcover (ISBN 978-0-674-74967-2, ISBN 0-674-74967-7) H.U.P. catalog page. Text of the lectures that William James invited Peirce to give in Cambridge, MA. (Extracts variously from drafts and from delivered lectures were earlier published in CP 1.616-677, 6.1-5, 185-213, 214-221, 222-237, 7.468-517.)

Editorial Procedures, xi-xii
Abbreviations, xiii-xiv
Introduction: The Consequences of Mathematics, 1-54
  (Kenneth Laine Ketner and Hilary Putman)
Comment on the Lectures, 55-102   (Hilary Putman)
Lecture One: Philosophy and the Conduct of Life, 105-122
Lecture Two: Types of Reasoning, 123-142
[Exordium for Lecture Three], 143-145

Lecture Three: The Logic of Relatives, 146-164
Lecture Four: First Rule of Logic, 165-180
Lecture Five: Training in Reasoning, 181-196
Lecture Six: Causation and Force, 197-217
Lecture Seven: Habit, 218-241
Lecture Eight: The Logic of Continuity, 242-270
Notes, 272-288
Index, 289-297

Lectures on Pragmatism (LOP) and Pragmatism as a Principle and Method of Right Thinking(PPM) (the 1903 Harvard lectures)

  • Peirce, C. S., "Lectures on Pragmatism", Cambridge, MA, March 26 – May 17, 1903.
    • Published in part, Collected Papers, CP 5.14–212. Eprint without editorial notes.
    • Published in full with editor's introduction and commentary, Patricia Ann Turisi, ed., Pragmatism as a Principle and Method of Right Thinking: The 1903 Harvard "Lectures on Pragmatism" (PPM or HL), State University of New York Press, Albany, NY, 1997, SUNY catalog page. A study edition of Charles Sanders Peirce's lecture manuscripts which had been previously published in abridged form.
    • Reprinted, pp. 133–241, Peirce Edition Project (eds.), The Essential Peirce, Selected Philosophical Writings, Volume 2 (1893–1913), Indiana University Press, Bloomington, IN, 1998.

Topics of Logic (the 1903 Lowell lectures and syllabus)

  • The Syllabus of the 1903 Lowell lectures
    • Peirce, C. S. (1903), manuscript materials associated with the Syllabus, CP 1.180-202, 2.219-226, 2.274-277, 2.283-284, 2.292-294, 2.309-331, CP 3.571-608, CP 4.394-417.
    • Peirce, C. S. (1903), "A Syllabus of Certain Topics of Logic" (Syllabus articles selected by the editors), EP 2:258-330
    • Peirce, C. S. (1903), A Syllabus of Certain Topics of Logic, Alfred Mudge & Son, Boston, 23-page pamphlet printed for the lecture audience: p. 1, title & publication, p. 2, Peirce's 104-word preface; pp. 4–9 are headed "An Outline Classification of the Sciences"; pp. 10–14 are headed "The Ethics of Terminology"; and pp. 15–23 are headed "Existential Graphs".
  • Peirce, C. S. (1903 Nov. 23 – Dec. 17), Lowell lectures on "Some Topics of Logic bearing on Questions now Vexed".
    • CP 1.15-26, 1.324, 1.343-349, 1.521-544, 1.591-615, 4.510-529, 5.590-604, 6.88-97, 7.110-130, 7.182n7, 8.176. Eprint of much, including 5.590-604, no bold or italics. At Robin Catalog entry for Logic, scroll down to "LOWELL LECTURES 1903".
    • Lecture I, "What Makes a Reasoning Sound?", EP 2:242-257.

Other collections[edit]

Chance, Love, and Logic: Philosophical Essays(CLL)

  • Peirce, C. S., Chance, Love, and Logic: Philosophical Essays edited and introduced by Morris Raphael Cohen, with supplementary essay on the pragmatism of Peirce by John Dewey, Harcourt, Brace and Company, Inc., NY, 1923, and Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co., London, 1923. Internet Archive Eprint. Reprinted 1956, George Braziller, hardcover, 318 pages. Reprinted 1998 with additional introduction by Kenneth Laine Ketner, University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln, NE, UNP catalog page, 318 pages, paperback (ISBN 978-0-8032-8751-8, ISBN 0-8032-8751-8). Reprinted 2000, under title Chance, Love, and Logic, 386 pages, in series D. Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Anglo-American Philosophy, Routledge, hardcovers (ISBN 978-0415225748, ISBN 0-415-22574-4).

Preface xvii
Introduction [based on 1916 memorial essay on Peirce] ix
Proem: The Rules of Philosophy 1

Part I. Chance and Logic (Illustrations of the Logic of Science.)
1. The Fixation of Belief 7
2. How to Make Our Ideas Clear 32
3. The Doctrine of Chances 61
4. The Probability of Induction 82
5. The Order of Nature 106
6. Deduction, Induction and Hypothesis 131
Part II. Love and Chance
1. The Architecture of Theories 157
2. The Doctrine of Necessity Examined 179
3. The Law of Mind 202
4. Man s Glassy Essence 238
5. Evolutionary Love 267

Supplementary Essay—The Pragmatism of Peirce, by John Dewey 301

Philosophical Writings of Peirce(PWP)

  • Peirce, C. S., Philosophical Writings of Peirce, Justus Buchler, ed., first published as The Philosophy of Peirce: Selected Writings, Harcourt, Brace and Company, NY, 1940, 386 pages, and Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1940, 386 pages. Reprinted, Dover, 1955, 386 pages, paperback (ISBN 978-0486202174, ISBN 0-486-20217-8), Dover catalog page. Reprinted, 2000 and 2001, under original title, 404 pages, in series D. Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Anglo-American Philosophy, Routledge, hardcovers (ISBN 978-0415225748, ISBN 0-415-22574-4).
Preface vii
Introduction ix
1. Concerning the Author 1
2. The Fixation of Belief 5
3. How to Make Our Ideas Clear 23
4. The Scientific Attitude and Fallibilism 42
5. Philosophy and the Sciences: A Classification 60
6. The Principles of Phenomenology 74
7. Logic as Semiotic: The Theory of Signs 98
8. The Criterion of Validity in Reasoning 120
9. What is a Leading Principle? 129
10. The Nature of Mathematics 135
11. Abduction and Induction 150
12. On the Doctrine of Chances, with Later Reflections 157
13. The Probability of Induction 174
14. The General Theory of Probable Inference 190
15. Uniformity 218
16. Some Consequences of Four Incapacities 228
17. The Essentials of Pragmatism 251
18. Pragmatism in Retrospect: A Last Formulation 269
19. Critical Common-sensism 290
20. Perceptual Judgments 302
21. Two Notes: on Motives, on Percepts 306
22. The Approach to Metaphysics 310
23. The Architecture of Theories 315
24. The Doctrine of Necessity Examined 324
25. The Law of Mind 339
26. Synechism, Fallibilism, and Evolution 354
27. Evolutionary Love 361
28. The Concept of God 375
Notes 379
Index 381

Charles S. Peirce's letters to Lady Welby

  • Peirce, C. S., Charles S. Peirce's letters to Lady Welby, 55 pages, Whitlock's, Inc. for the Graduate Philosophy Club of Yale University, 1953.

Essays in the Philosophy of Science

  • Peirce, C. S., Essays in the Philosophy of Science, Vincent Tomas, ed., 271 pages, Liberal Arts Press, New York, NY, 1957, and (in a perhaps separate publication) as #17 of the American Heritage Series, Bobbs-Merrill, Indianopolis, IN, 1957.

Selected Writings(SW)

  • Peirce, C. S., Charles S. Peirce: Selected Writings (Values in a Universe of Chance), Philip P. Wiener, ed. First published as Values in a Universe of Chance: Selected Writings of Charles S. Peirce, Stanford University Press, Stanford, CA, 1958, hardcover, xxvi + 446 pages, and by Doubleday and Company, 1958, paperback. Reprinted, Dover Publications, New York, NY, 1966, paperback (ISBN 9780486216348, ISBN 0-486-21634-9) Dover catalog page.

Charles S. Peirce: The Essential Writings

  • Peirce, C. S., Charles S. Peirce: The Essential Writings, Edward C. Moore, ed., Harper & Row, 1972, 317 pages, paperback. Reprinted, with new preface by Richard S. Robin, Prometheus Books, Amherst, NY, 1998, 322 pages, paperback (ISBN 978-1573922562, ISBN 1-57392-256-0), Prometheus catalog page. Complete T.O.C. is not available online, but book includes "Questions Concerning Certain Faculties Claimed for Man", "The Fixation of Belief", "How to Make Our Ideas Clear", "The Doctrine of Chances", "A Guess at the Riddle", a review of George Berkeley's works, articles by Peirce in Baldwin's dictionary on uniformity, synechism, and his later pragmatism, and other things.

Peirce on Signs: Writings on Semiotic(PSWS)

  • Peirce, C. S., Peirce on Signs: Writings on Semiotic, James Hoopes, ed., paper, 294 pp., University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill, NC, 1991, UNCP catalog page, ISBN 978-0-8078-4342-0. Includes, besides the main introduction, separate short introductions also by Hoopes for each of Peirce's writings.
Acknowledgments vii
Introduction 1
1. An Essay on the Limits of Religious Thought Written to Prove That We Can Reason upon the Nature of God 14
2. [A Treatise on Metaphysics] 16
3. On a New List of Categories 23
4. Questions concerning Certain Faculties Claimed for Man 34
5. Some Consequences of Four Incapacities 54
6. Grounds of the Validity of the Laws of Logic: Further Consequences of Four Incapacities 85
7. [Fraser's The Works of George Berkeley] 116
8. On the Nature of Signs 141
9. The Fixation of Belief 144
10. How to Make Our Ideas Clear 160
11. One, Two, Three: Fundamental Categories of Thought and of Nature 180
12. A Guess at the Riddle 186
13. James's Psychology 203
14. Mans Glassy Essence 212
15. Minute Logic 231
16. Sign 239
17. Lectures on Pragmatism 241
18. ["Pragmatism" Defined] 246
19. Prolegomena to an Apology for Pragmaticism 249
20. The Basis of Pragmatism 253
21. A Neglected Argument for the Reality of God 260
Bibliography 279
Index 281

The Logic of Interdisciplinarity: The Monist-series(LI)

Peirce, C. S. (2009), Charles S. Peirce. The Logic of Interdisciplinarity: The Monist-series, Elize Bisanz, editor. Berlin: Akademie Verlag (now de Gruyter), 2009, 455 pp. Print (ISBN 978-3-05-004410-1). Electronic (ISBN 978-3-05-004733-1). In some places the title is ordered differently, the phrase "The Logic of Interdisciplinarity" coming first. German publication of Peirce's works in English. Bisanz's introduction may be in German. Includes "a short biography" by Kenneth Laine Ketner of Peirce actually entitled "Charles Sanders Peirce: Interdisciplinary Scientist" which includes the entire text of Peirce's 1904 manuscript of his intellectual autobiography. Publisher's catalog page (in German). Announcement of the book with table of contents, Google-translated into English, and in the original German (T.O.C. still in English].

Dictionary contributions by Peirce[edit]

The Century Dictionary
  • Whitney, William Dwight, ed., with assistance from Smith, Benjamin Eli, Century Dictionary, The Century Company of New York, first edition 1889–1891. See the Peirce Edition Project (PEP) on Peirce's contributions to the Century Dictionary at UQÀM (Université du Québec à Montréal) at http://pep.uqam.ca/en . The Century Dictionary itself is available both online (at no charge) and on CD at http://www.global-language.com/century/
(Baldwin) Dictionary of Philosophy and Psychology
  • Baldwin, James Mark (1901) Dictionary of Philosophy and Psychology, 3 vols. Peirce contributed numerous definitions, attributed to him as "C. S. P.". For list of Peirce entries in A-O, see (under "External links" on this page) #Peirce's definitions in the Baldwin, where there are also links for viewing the dictionary at online mass archives.

Books authored or edited by Peirce, published in his lifetime[edit]

  • Peirce, C. S. (1878), Photometric Researches Made in the Years 1872–1875, Wilhelm Engelmann, Leipzig, Germany, 181 pages. (Additional title page says "Annals of the Astronomical Observatory of Harvard College. Vol. IX. Observations Made under the Direction of the Late Joseph Winlock, A. M., Phillips Professor of Astronomy and Director of the Observatory". Google Book Search Eprint, users outside the US may not yet be able to gain full access.[10]Internet ArchiveEprint.
  • Peirce, C. S. (1883, ed.), Studies in Logic by Members of the Johns Hopkins University(SIL), Little, Brown, and Company, Boston, MA, 1883. Reprinted: Foundations of Semiotics, Volume 1, Achim Eschbach (series ed. & pref.), Max H. Fisch (intro.), Johns Benjamins, Amsterdam, 1983, 203 pages, hardcover (ISBN 90-272-3271-7, ISBN 90-272-3271-7) JB catalog page. Google Book Search Eprint, users outside the US may not yet be able to gain full access.[10]Internet ArchiveEprint.
Charles S. PeircePrefaceiii-vi
Allan Marquand"The Logic of the Epicureans" [ArisbeEprint]1-11
Allan Marquand"A Machine for Producing Syllogistic Variations"12-15
"Note on an Eight-Term Logical Machine"16
Christine Ladd"On the Algebra of Logic"17-71
Oscar Howard Mitchell"On a New Algebra of Logic"72-106
B. I. Gilman"Operations in Relative Number with Applications to the Theory of Probabilities"107-125
C. S. Peirce"A Theory of Probable Inference" (Reprinted: CP 2.694-754; W4, 408-450)126-181
"Note A" ["On a Limited Universe of Marks"] (Revised version in CP 2.517-531)182-186
"Note B" ["The Logic of Relatives"] (Reprinted: CP 3.328-358; W4:453-466)187-203
Extractions and pamphlets
  • Peirce, C. S. (1867), Three papers on logic: Read before the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 49 pp. (?), containing "On an Improvement in Boole's Calculus of Logic", "On the Natural Classification of Arguments", and "On a New List of Categories", published as an extraction from Proceedings of the American Academy of the Arts and Sciences v. 7, which in turn was published in 1868.[11]
  • Peirce, C. S. (1870), Description of a Notation for the Logic of Relatives, Resulting from an Amplification of the Conceptions of Boole's Calculus of Logic, published as an extraction (Eprint via Google Book Search: users outside the US may not yet be able to gain full access to the book[10]), Welch, Bigelow, and Company for Harvard University (1870), from Memoirs of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, v. 9, pp. 317–378. Reprinted (CP 3.45–149), (W 2:359–429).
  • Peirce, C. S. (1903), A Syllabus of Certain Topics of Logic, Alfred Mudge & Son, Boston, 23-page pamphlet printed for the audience at his 1903 Lowell lecture series. See under "Topics of Logic".

Articles by Peirce, published in his lifetime[edit]

This list includes mainly published philosophical and logical works of some note. Papers by Peirce in many fields were published and he wrote over 300 reviews for The Nation. Sometimes an article below is shown after a special series, but was published during the series. Also note a complicating fact of Peirce scholarship, that Peirce sometimes made significant later corrections, modifications, and comments, for which one needs to consult such works as CP, W, EP, and the (online) Commens Dictionary of Peirce's Terms.

NB: Links in this section embedded in page numbers and edition numbers are through Google Book Search. Users outside the US may not yet be able to gain full access to those linked editions.[10] The other links such as to PEP and Arisbe do not go to Google Book Search. Internet Archive links generally go to book's relevant page; once there, click on book's title at pane's top for other formats (pdf, plaintext, and so forth; unfortunately, Internet Archive fails to inform reader about that).

Publishers of journals with multiple articles by Peirce (when not too varied in name or fact):

Articles

  • (1863 January), "The Chemical Theory of Interpenetration", American Journal of Sciences and Arts, Second Series, v. XXXV (published May), No. CIII (January), New Haven: Editors, pp. 78–82. Reprinted (W 1:95–100). Article dated December 1862. Combines chemical and philosophical considerations. Peirce's first published professional paper, according to the bibliography by Burks in CP 8.
  • (1864 April), with Noyes, John Buttrick, "Shakespearian Pronunciation", North American Review v. 98, n. 203, Boston: Crosby & Nichols, pp. 342-369. Brent (1998) called it instrumental in Peirce's developing theory of signs. A review of works by George P. Marsh, Richard Grant White, and George L. Craik. Reprinted (W 1:117-143, for some reason with title in brackets, though the title appears in the N.A.R. table of contents and atop the article's pages). See CP 8 bibliography about the authorship of the unsigned article.
  • (1867), The Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences (PAAAS) series. Peirce delivered these papers (the first three orally) in 1867 to the Academy, which published them in 1868; their date is usually given as 1867. Peirce got offprints of the first three bound together as Three Papers on Logic in 1867 and distributed them.[11] PAAAS v. 7. Internet ArchiveEprint.
    • (1867), "On an Improvement in Boole's Calculus of Logic", PAAAS 7, pp. 250–261. Presented March 12, 1867. Reprinted (CP 3.1–19), (W 2:12–23).
    • (1867), "On the Natural Classification of Arguments", PAAAS 7, pp. 261-287. Presented April 9, 1867. Reprinted (CP 2.461–516), (W 2:23–49).
    • (1867), "On a New List of Categories", PAAAS 7, pp. 287–298. Presented May 14, 1867. Reprinted (CP 1.545–559), (W 2:49–59, PEP Eprint), (EP 1:1–10), (PSWS 23–33). ArisbeEprint. Peirce's seminal philosophical work.
    • (1867), "Upon the Logic of Mathematics", PAAAS 7, pp. 402–412. Presented September 10, 1867. Reprinted (CP 3.20–44), (W 2:59–69).
    • (1867), "Upon Logical Comprehension and Extension", PAAAS 7, pp. 416-432. Presented November 13, 1867. Reprinted (CP 2.391–426), (W 2:70–86, PEP Eprint).
  • (1867 July), Review of John Venn's The Logic of Chance, North American Review 105, Boston: Ticknor & Fields, pp. 317-21. Reprinted (CP 8.1–6), (W 2:98–203, PEP Eprint). Internet ArchiveEprint.
  • (1868–1869), The Journal of Speculative Philosophy (JSP) series in v. II, St. Louis, Mo.: George Knapp & Co., printers and binders.
    • (1868), "Nominalism versus Realism", JSP v. II, n. 1, pp. 57-61. Reprinted (CP 6.619-624), (W 2:144-153, PEP Eprint).
    • (1868), "Questions concerning certain Faculties claimed for Man", JSP v. II, n. 2, pp. 103-114. Reprinted (CP 5.213-263 ), (SW 15–38), (W 2:193–211), (EP 2:11–27), (PSWS 34–53). ArisbeEprint
    • (1868), "Some Consequences of Four Incapacities", JSP v. II, n. 3, pp. 140–157. Reprinted (CP 5.264–317), (PWP 228–250), (SW 39–72), (W 2:211–242), (EP 1:28–55), (PSWS 54–84). ArisbeEprint. NB. Misprints in CP and Eprint copy.
    • (1868), "What is Meant by 'Determined'", JSP v. II, n. 3, pp. 190–191. Reprinted (CP 6.625–630), (W 2:155–157, PEP Eprint).
    • (1869), "Grounds of Validity of the Laws of Logic: Further Consequences of Four Incapacities", JSP v. II, n. 4, pp. 193-208. Reprinted (CP 5.318–357), (W 2:242–272, PEP Eprint), (EP 1:56–82).
  • (1869 March 18), "Professor Porter's Human Intellect", The Nation 8, 211-213. Reprinted (CN 1:23–39), (W 2:273–381, PEP Eprint).
  • (1869 November 25), "The English Doctrine of Ideas", The Nation 9, 461-462. Reprinted (CN 1:32–37), (W 2:302–309, PEP Eprint).
  • (1870), "Description of a Notation for the Logic of Relatives, Resulting from an Amplification of the Conceptions of Boole's Calculus of Logic", Memoirs of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences 9 (1870), 317–378. Also published separately as an extraction (title page) by Welch, Bigelow, and Company for Harvard University (1870). Reprinted (CP 3.45–149), (W 2:359–429).
  • (1870 April), Review of Henry James, Sr.'s The Secret of Swedenborg, North American Review 110, Boston: Fields, Osgood, & Co., pp. 463-468. Reprinted (W 2:433-438, PEP Eprint).
  • (1870/1873), "Appendix No. 21. On the Theory of Errors of Observation", Report of the Superintendent of the United States Coast Survey Showing the Progress of the Survey During the Year 1870, pp. 200–224. Coast Survey Report submitted February 18, 1871, published 1873 by the U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. Reports 1837–1965. NOAA PDF Eprint (goes to 1870 Report's p. 200, PDF's p. 215). Reprinted (W 3:140-160).
  • (1871 October), Review of Fraser's The Works of George Berkeley, North American Review 113, Boston: James R. Osgood & Co., pp. 449-72. Reprinted (CP 8.7-38), (W2:462-486), (PSWS 116-140). PEP Eprint.
  • (1876/1879), "Appendix No. 14. Note on the Theory of the Economy of Research", Report of the Superintendent of the United States Coast Survey Showing the Progress of the Survey for Fiscal Year Ending with June 1876, pp. 197–201, Coast Survey Report submitted December 19, 1876, published 1879 by the U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. NOAA PDF Eprint, goes to 1876 Report's p. 197, PDF's p. 222. Reports 1837–1965. Reprinted (CP 7.139–157) and in Operations Research v. 15, n. 4, July–August 1967, pp. 643–648, abstract at JSTOR, doi:10.1287/opre.15.4.643.
  • (1877/1879/1880), "Appendix No. 15. A Quincuncial Projection of the Sphere", Report of the Superintendent of the United States Coast Survey Showing the Progress of the Survey for Fiscal Year Ending with June 1877, pp. 191–194 followed by 25 progress sketches, including (25th) the illustration (the map itself). Full Report submitted to the Senate December 26, 1877, and published 1880 (see further below; see also Peirce quincuncial projection).
    —Article first published December 1879, American Journal of Mathematics v. 2, n. 4, pp. 394–397 (without the sketches except final map), Google Books Eprint (Google version of map is partly botched), JSTOR Eprint (free), doi:10.2307/2369491. AJM version reprinted in W 4:68–71.

    —Article reprinted 1880 including publication of all sketches, in the full Report, by the U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. NOAA PDF Eprint, link goes to Peirce's article on Report's p. 191, PDF's p. 215. NOAA's PDF lacks the sketches and map and includes broken link[permanent dead link] to their planned online location, NOAA's Historical Map and Chart Collection, where they do not seem to be as of 7/19/2010. Google Books Eprint (Google botched the sketches and partly botched the illustration (the map itself).) Note: Other Google edition of 1877 Coast Survey Report completely omits the pages of sketches including the illustration (the map).

  • (1877–1878), "Illustrations of the Logic of Science" (series), Popular Science Monthly, vols. 12–13:
    • (1877 November), "The Fixation of Belief", Popular Science Monthly, v. 12, pp. 1–15. Reprinted (CLL 7–31), (CP 5.358–387), (PWP 5–22), (SW 91–112), (W 3:242–257), (EP 1:109–123), (PSWS 144–159). Eprint. Internet ArchiveEprint.
    • (1878 January), "How to Make Our Ideas Clear", Popular Science Monthly, v. 12, pp. 286–302. Reprinted (CLL 32–60), (CP 5.388–410), (PWP 23–41), (SW 113–136), (W 3:257–276), (EP 1:124–141), (PSWS 160–179). ArisbeEprint. Internet ArchiveEprint.
    • (1878 March), "The Doctrine of Chances", Popular Science Monthly, v. 12, March issue, pp. 604–615. Reprinted (CLL 61-81), (CP 2.645-668), (W 3:276-290), (EP 1:142-154). Internet ArchiveEprint. Selections plus CP 2.661-668 and CP 2.758, published as "The Doctrine of Chances With Later Reflections", PWP 157-173.
    • (1878 April), "The Probability of Induction", Popular Science Monthly, v. 12, pp. 705–718. Reprinted (CLL 82-105), (CP 2.669-693), (PWP 174-189), (EP 1:155-169). Internet ArchiveEprint.
    • (1878 June), "The Order of Nature", Popular Science Monthly, v. 13, pp. 203–217. Reprinted (CLL 106-130), (CP 6.395-427), (EP 1:170-185). Internet ArchiveEprint.
    • (1878 August), "Deduction, Induction, and Hypothesis", Popular Science Monthly, v. 13, pp. 470–482. Reprinted (CLL 131-156), (CP 2.619-644), (EP 1:186-199). Internet ArchiveEprint.
  • (1880), "On the Algebra of Logic", American Journal of Mathematicsv. 3, n. 1, pp. 15-57. JSTOR eprint (free). Reprinted (W 4:163-208).
  • (1881), "On the Logic of Number", American Journal of Mathematicsv. 4, n. 1, pp. 85-95. JSTOR (free). Reprinted with a correction (CP 3.252-288), (W 4:299-309).
  • (1881), "On the Relative Forms of the Algebras", Addendum II in Peirce, Benjamin, "Linear Associative Algebra", American Journal of Mathematicsv. 4, pp. 221-226, republished 1882 as Linear Associative Algebra with the addenda and notes by C. S. Peirce (title page) D. Van Nostrand, New York, 133 pages, pp. 125-129.
  • (1881), "On the Algebras in which Division is Unambiguous", Addendum III in Peirce, Benjamin, "Linear Associative Algebra", American Journal of Mathematicsv. 4, pp. 226-229, republished 1882 as Linear Associative Algebra with the addenda and notes by C. S. Peirce, D. Van Nostrand, New York, 133 pages, pp. 129-133.
  • (1882), "Introductory Lecture on the Study of Logic", Johns Hopkins University Circulars 2:19, November, pp. 11-12. Reprinted (W 4:378-382). Internet ArchiveEprint.
  • (1883), "A Theory of Probable Inference", Studies in Logic, Boston: Little, Brown, and Company, pp. 126-181. Reprinted (CP 2.694-754),(W 4:408-453).
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