Peirce’s Categories • 10

Re: CyberneticsBernard Cohen

I began that note on the Precursors of Category Theory as a purely exploratory sketch, plotting a few points on a single theme with no plans of making an exhaustive survey.  Even at that I never got time to get back to it.  I put in a pin for Kant but haven’t had a chance to map out any passages.  There are even “incitements” going back to my earliest days reading Russell and wrestling with his take on type theory but those inklings are too hazy in my memory to make clear at present.

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cc: Systems ScienceStructural ModelingOntolog ForumLaws of FormCybernetics

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