Peirce’s Categories • 3

Re: Peirce List Discussion

Recent travels and other travails (dental work) have scattered my thoughts to the four winds, so let me just document a few bits from my current state of mind in case I can get back to it someday.

Here is the figure I drew to illustrate a recurring theme from Peirce.

Peirce Syllabus

Normative science rests largely on phenomenology and on mathematics;
metaphysics on phenomenology and on normative science.

— Charles Sanders Peirce, Collected Papers, CP 1.186 (1903)
Syllabus : Classification of Sciences (CP 1.180–202, G-1903-2b)

Here are a few additional resources that I find useful by way of establishing a foothold on these shores.

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