(Peirce Studies Group at the University of Navarra, Spain)






"I do not call the solitary studies of a single man a science. It is only when a group of men, more or less in intercommunication, are aiding and stimulating one another by their understanding of a particular group of studies as outsiders cannot understand them, that I call their life a science."


C. S. Peirce, "The Nature of Science", MS 1334, Adirondack Summer School Lectures, 1905


Burial place of C. S. Peirce and his wife Juliette,
Milford Cemetery, Pike County, PA, USA


Juliette and Charles S. Peirce in the garden of Arisbe,
Milford, Pennsylvania, ca. 1907 *


First European Trip (June 1870-March 1871)

Second European Trip (April 1875-August 1876)

Third European Trip (September 13-November 18 1877)

Fourth European Trip (April 28-August 4 1880)

Fifth European Trip (May 2-September 18 1883)

Presentation and members

Introduction to C. S. Peirce

Spanish Translations of C. S. Peirce

Studies on C. S. Peirce:



Monographics Issues


Peirce Bibliography


Peirce in Argentina



Manuscripts of C. S. Peirce (PORT)

Locations of visitors to this page


Methodology of Research

Commemorative plaque in Arisbe, Milford
of the C. S. Peirce Centennial Congress (2014)

Other pragmatists:

Christine Ladd-Franklin in Spanish

John Dewey in Spanish

William James in Spanish

George H. Mead in Spanish

Josiah Royce in Spanish

Eugenio d'Ors

José Ortega y Gasset

Miguel de Unamuno

Miguel García de la Madrid

José María Izquierdo

*C. S. Peirce Papers, Houghton Library, Harvard University.
Downloading or reproduction of this photograph in any form is not authorized without the permission of the Library.


      The Peirce Studies Group (Grupo de Estudios Peirceanos: GEP) at the University of Navarra was created in 1994. Its aim is to promote the study of the work of Charles S. Peirce (1839-1914), especially in Spain and in the Spanish speaking countries, in the belief that his thought may offer some key insights into problems related to the culture, science and philosophy of the 21st century.

C. S. Peirce: "Garrulities of a Vulgar Arithmetician", MS 1262, 1892-94

      The Group offers a platform for an exchange of ideas regarding the work of Peirce, American pragmatism, its reception in Europe and in the Hispanic world, and related topics. Since its inception, the activities of the Group have included the participation of scholars from different fields, including history, linguistics, literature, philosophy of science, law, communication studies and theology.

Members and contributors

      The ordinary members of the Group are professors and doctoral students from the University of Navarra. There is also a wide international network of Peirce scholars and other researchers that usually collaborate with the activities of the Group.


Additional information

      The Peirce Studies Group provides a wide array of bibliographical material, including the published work of Peirce, microfilms of his manuscripts, a substantial amount of secondary literature in Peircean scholarship and pragmatism, as well as other research tools.

      The Peirce Studies Group is housed in the Department of Philosophy and the Library of the University of Navarra. The address is:

Departamento de Filosofía
Universidad de Navarra
E-31080 Pamplona, Spain





For more information, contact:

Director: Jaime Nubiola (

Coordinator: Sara Barrena (

Webmaster: Izaskun Martínez (

Last update: June 20, 2022

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