(18391914). Physicist; mathematician; logician; b. Cambridge, Massachusetts; educ. Harvard U., Cambridge; lectured at Harvard 1903; influenced by George Boole's The Mathematical Analysis of Logic and An Investigation of the Laws of Thought; laid foundation in logic of relations; founded pragmatism,* later developed by W. James,* and pragmaticism, which he differentiated from James's system. See also Agapastic Evolution.
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