(cf. Grammar: Speculative, Grammar: General, Grammar: Universal, Grammar: Formal, Stecheotic; see also Critic, Methodeutic )
"I have now sketched my doctrine of Logical Critic, skipping a good deal. I recognize two other parts of Logic. One which may be called Analytic examines the nature of thought, not psychologically but simply to define what it is to doubt, to believe, to learn, etc., and then to base critic on these definitions is my real method, though in this letter I have taken the third branch of logic, Methodeutic, which shows how to conduct an inquiry. This is what the greater part of my life has been devoted to, though I base it upon Critic." (A Letter to J. H. Kehler, NEM 3:207, 1911)
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