Semiotics, Semiosis, Sign Relations • 5

Re: Richard CoyneRecursion Again

It’s a common mistake to confound infinite with unbounded.  A process can continue without end and still be “bounded in a nutshell”.  So a sign process can pass from sign to interpretant sign to next interpretant sign ad infinitum without ever leaving a finite set of signs.

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cc: Systems ScienceStructural ModelingPeirce ListOntolog • Cybernetics (1) (2)

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