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Peirce on Synechism, 1

from “Immortality in the Light of Synechism,” 1893 Peirce defines the doctrine of synechism as follows: The word synechism is the English form of the Greek {synechismos}, from {synech├ęs}, continuous. For two centuries we have been affixing -ist and -ism … Continue reading

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