Pragmatic Maxims • 2

Re: Peirce List DiscussionJerry Rhee

I tend to think more in relative terms than absolute terms, so I would not expect to find an absolute best formulation of any core principle in philosophy, science, or even math.  But taken relative to specific interpreters and objectives we frequently find that symbolic expressions of meaningful principles can be improved almost indefinitely.

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