Pragmatic Theory Of Truth • 16

Re: Pragmatic Theory Of Truth • 14
Re: Peirce ListTom Gollier

Staying focused on a set objective has never been my strong point so let me emblazon the following emblem by way of keeping my eyes on the prize.

For the moment I’m focused on cybernetics, systems, and experimental sciences and this is where the pragmatic conception of truth fits what we naturally do in those sciences remarkably well.

I’ve been planning to dig up a few choice texts to illustrate the links among cybernetic, pragmatic, and scientific thinking in general, but most of my books are still packed in boxes from our move last year, so maybe that’ll remind me to keep digging.

Right now though I’ve got to go shovel some snow …

cc: Systems ScienceStructural ModelingPeirce ListOntolog ForumCybernetics

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