Icon Index Symbol • 6

Questions Concerning Certain Faculties Claimed For Signs

Re: Peirce List Discussion • HRJASHR

I think it would be a good idea to continue reviewing basic concepts and get better acquainted with the relational context needed to ground the higher level functions, properties, and structures we might wish to think about.  Once we understand what relations are, then we can drill down to triadic relations, and then sign relations will fall more readily within our grasp.

I’ve written up introductions to these topics on a number of occasions and the latest editions can be found on the InterSciWiki site, though in this case it may be better to take them up in order from special to general:

The related question of Relational Reducibility, in its Compositional and Projective aspects, is treated in the following article:

To be continued …


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