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169.  115.  123.  50.  13.  Huntington Library Bulletin 11 (April 1937):107­5 .  Holmes­Pollock Letters (Cambridge, MA, 1941), 1:57f.  44.  148.  Hendrick, Life of Andrew Carnegie (New York, 1932), 1:240. " See also Richard Hofstadter, Social Darwinism in American Thought 1860­1915 (Philadelphia, 1944).  The English Utilitarians (New York, 1900), 3:375.  171.  97, 103, 132, 133; also 56.  127f.  Perry, The Thought and Character of William James (Boston, 1935), 1:482.  47, 55f.  116n.  Wiener expects to publish shortly a book on "The American Founders of Pragmatism" in which the evolutionary ideas of the several members of Peirce's club are discussed at length.

For a decade or more he had been a contributor to the Nation and the North American Review.  In such a university there should be a place for the country's ablest logician.  Louis" along with several Boston and Cambridge men as being acquainted with Peirce's capacities as a philosophic thinker.  I think Logic is my best power, but I am not going to do anything which will involve my abandoning the Coast Survey after all the money which has been spent in teaching me to swing pendulums.  On April 23 James wrote Gilman that he had learned from G.

15 Gilman's reply of March 20 was therefore even more cautious than before. ] that it would be inexpedient to increase their expenditures at present, and this action was considered as closing for a while all overtures looking to the immediate enlargement of the professional staff.  Or perhaps it was George Bruce Halsted, who failed to obtain his degree until the following year.  We have found no evidence, however, that Gilman ever contemplated more than one professorship.  The intention of a professorship of logic was never fulfilled.

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