Abductive Inference, Concept Formation, Hypothesis Formation • 1

In pragmatic semiotics, concept formation like hypothesis formation falls under the heading of abductive inference.  A lot has been said and there’s a lot more to say about that, but things are too much in flux right now to allow for an organized exposition.

So here’s just a teaser from Peirce on how concepts evolve from one level of complexity to the next, using incidentally a paradigm from the world of physics.

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