Re: Peirce List • Jerry Chandler
It is above all important to understand that Peirce’s concept of a sign relation is defined at a higher order of abstraction than any notion of causal or temporal order.
A sign relation is a structure that can generate temporal sequences of signs that make up a semiotic process but there is no necessary temporal order associated with the relational domains nor with the roles of objects, signs, and interpretant signs in any triple of the form
As it happens, generative relationships between a generating structure and a generated class of structures are very common throughout mathematics and hardly unique to semiotics.
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