Signs Of Signs • 1

Re: Michael HarrisLanguage About Language

There is a language and a corresponding literature that approaches logic and mathematics as related species of communication and information gathering, namely, the pragmatic-semiotic tradition passed on to us through the lifelong efforts of C.S. Peirce.  It is by no means a dead language, but it continues to fly beneath the radar of many trackers in logic and math today.  Still, the resource remains for those who are ready intuit to dip.

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