Charles Sanders Peirce Quote

When anything is present to the mind, what is the very first and simplest character to be noted in it, in every case, no matter how little elevated the object may be? Certainly, it is its presentness.


Lecture II : The Universal Categories, § 1 : Presentness, CP 5.44 - Pragmatism and Pragmaticism (1903)

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When anything is present to the mind, what is the very first and simplest character to be noted in it, in every case, no matter how little elevated...

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When anything is present to the mind, what is the very first and simplest character to be noted in it, in every case, no matter how little elevated...

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When anything is present to the mind, what is the very first and simplest character to be noted in it, in every case, no matter how little elevated...

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When anything is present to the mind, what is the very first and simplest character to be noted in it, in every case, no matter how little elevated...