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Six Ways of Looking at a Triadic Relation ⌬ 1

A triadic relation and its converses form a set of 3! = 6 triadic relations all together, six grammatically and rhetorically different ways of representing what is logically the same information.  Peirce illustrates the situation as follows, with six variations … Continue reading

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