Peirce’s Categories • 8

Re: Peirce Society Facebook PageRicardo Bibi Tamtam Durski

The best way to get clear about Peirce’s categories is to look to their origin in Aristotle’s concept of a category, in effect nothing more mysterious than a grammatical device for reducing the ambiguities of equivocal terms.  We find Peirce starting out this way in his classification of logical terms, for instance, here —

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