# Monthly Archives: September 2014

## Frankl, My Dear • 4

Re: Dick Lipton & Ken Regan • (1) • (2) Let’s go back to the “key lemma” from (2) and try it out on a simple example, just to get a sense of what the terms mean. Lemma.  Let be … Continue reading

## Character, Action, Discretion

Character is revealed by action. ~~ Aristotle Action is discrete. ~~ Planck ———————————————————- The better part of valour is discretion. ~~ Shakespeare

## Frankl, My Dear • 3

Re: Dick Lipton & Ken Regan • (1) • (2) Here’s a few pages on differential logic, whose ideas I’ll be trying out in the present setting: Differential Logic : Introduction Differential Propositional Calculus Differential Logic and Dynamic Systems I … Continue reading

## Consequences of Triadic Relation Irreducibility : 2

From time to time I come to the realization that there are ways of reading Peirce that make no sense to me.  When I stop to think about the potential sources of that evident divergence from common sense, the first … Continue reading

## Consequences of Triadic Relation Irreducibility • 1

2014 Sep 10 I will have to be out of the loop for some days, but this post will give me a peg on which I can hang a few thoughts via mobile device that have been tugging at the … Continue reading

## Frankl, My Dear • 2

Re: Dick Lipton & Ken Regan • (1) • (2) Supplied by the cache of definitions from Post 1, I can return to the passage from (2) that seemed to jog a bit of memory and see if what I imagined … Continue reading

## Frankl, My Dear • 1

Re: Dick Lipton and Ken Regan • (1) • (2) I need to think a little about the context Lipton and Regan have wrapped around the Frankl Conjecture, if not exactly about the problem itself.  This will be a scratch-worky … Continue reading

## Skiourosemiosis • 1

The resultant metaphysical problem now is this:Does the man go round the squirrel or not? — William James • Pragmatism ☞ Differential Analysis of Propositions and Transformations