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Six Ways of Looking at a Triadic Relation ⌬ 1

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

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