Ben N., List:

I appreciate the suggestion, and Chiasson's article is interesting.
However, I find it rather implausible that a work entitled "A Neglected
Argument for the Reality of God" was somehow intended to be more about
"the *attitude
*and *method *from which all decisions of importance to the conduct of a
life should begin," such that the content of the hypothesis itself is
secondary or even irrelevant.


Jon Alan Schmidt - Olathe, Kansas, USA
Professional Engineer, Amateur Philosopher, Lutheran Layman -

On Sun, Sep 18, 2016 at 5:31 PM, Ben Novak <> wrote:

> Clark, Jon, Jerry, Edwina, List:
> Perhaps this essay can help in finding what Peirce meant by speaking of
> this "theory of thinking" in the Neglected Argument:
> Ben N.
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> *"All art is mortal, **not merely the individual artifacts, but the arts
> themselves.* *One day the last portrait of Rembrandt* *and the last bar
> of Mozart will have ceased to be—**though possibly a colored canvas and a
> sheet of notes may remain—**because the last eye and the last ear
> accessible to their message **will have gone." *Oswald Spengler
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