Relations & Their Relatives : 10

Re: Peirce List DiscussionJim Willgoose

Here is the series of blog posts on Chapter 3 (The Logic of Relatives) from Peirce’s 1880 “Algebra of Logic” up to the point where I left off on May Day.

Up to this point we are still dealing mainly with dyadic relations and as interesting as those may be, especially to a graph theorist, the level of complexity it takes for the first signs of semiosis to get up and running does not come into play until we reach the playing field of triadic relations.

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