Pronounced/pɝːs/. "Peirce", in the case of C.S. Peirce, always rhymes with the English-language word "terse" and so, in most dialects, is pronounced exactly like the English-language word "purse". Also see "Note on the Pronunciation of 'Peirce'", The Peirce [Edition] Project Newsletter, v. 1, #3/#4, Dec. 1994.
Producers of the Writings of Charles S. Peirce, A Chronological Edition (ongoing) and The Essential Peirce vol. 2. Online gratis: some Peirce writings, various study aids (such as the Robin Catalog, see further down in this sidebar) & Peirce-biographical introductions:
"The Categories" (PDF 177 KiB) MS 403. A later version by Peirce of most of his 1867 paper "On a New List of Categories", interleaved by RANSDELL with the original 1867 "New List" itself for comparison.
Charles Sanders Peirce bibliography at Wikipedia. Primary & secondary, including bibliographic resources for both. Originated by AWBREY, expanded by UDELL, & with myriad links, many to Peirce's writings readable online.
Peirce's Existential Graphs. FRITHJOF DAU, Germany. Readings and links on existential graphs includes lists of: books exclusively on existential graphs; books containing existential graphs; articles; and some links and downloadables.
Books and Journal Issues about Pragmatism:1990-1999, 2000-2009, often with tables of contents from anthologies and journal issues.
The Metaphysical Club. Brief account plus bibliographies of the individuals. Charles Peirce, William James, Chauncey Wright, along with Nicholas St. John Green (the "grandfather of Pragmatism") & Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr.
"Recommended Books". Institute for Studies in Pragmaticism (KENNETH LAINE KETNER & CLYDE HENDRICK). Primary and secondary.
The Century Dictionary. WILLIAM DWIGHT WHITNEY, ed., with BENJAMIN ELI SMITH, 1889–1891. Cyclopedia of Names (1894), Atlas (1897), & Supplement (two volumes 1909), SMITH, ed. Gratis online & for sale on CD-ROM. Many entries written or reviewed by Peirce (see PEP UQÀM under "Mansions" above).
PORT images of Peirce's manuscripts. If you try to save an image but your program seems to give you the sole option of saving it as a .bmp file (which could be huge), try typing the filename including the ".jpeg" extension into the "save as" field.
Many of the links in the stored old pages lead successfully to other stored old pages (including stored old versions of pages that are still maintained and findable on the Internet). Links to stored high-resolution photo images are a bit spotty sometimes and one may need to visit more than one stored version of the given page in order to find a working link to a given stored photo image.
PORT photo images of Peirce manuscripts. UPDATE: Tepfenhart's home page is back at its old URL and anyway the images are also at GEP. But I'll keep these Wayback Machine links here "just in case". Update's end.
PORT: Peirce On-line Resource Testbed Project. CHRISTIAN KLOESEL, MARY KEELER, Indiana University - Purdue University at Indianapolis, USA. I can't find working links to the photo images of Peirce's manuscripts but see PORT mirror sites below.
Bill Tepfenhart's Home Page. Photo images of Peirce's manuscripts. Some of the images are around 20MB. I saved one and, for some reason, my computer gave me the sole option of saving it as a .bmp file (and that would have been hundreds of MBs!), but I just typed the old filename including its extension (.jpeg) into the popup window and was able to save it properly.