Semiotic Theory Of Information : 1

2014 Oct 06

On the subject of Peirce’s laws of information — or the semiotic theory of information — here are a few links that come to mind for possible future reference:

And for your musement, see the second set of comments on this page:

I highly recommend looking into the early lectures on the “Logic of Science”.  The bare, spare, and rather vague allusions that Peirce makes to information in his late manuscripts can scarcely be understood without the aid of these early, more concrete, and more detailed discussions, however undeveloped their full potential may yet be.

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