Pragmatic Theory Of Truth • 20

Re: Renaissance MathematicusThony Christie
Re: Cybernetic CommunicationsLouis Kauffman
Re: FB | Charles S. Peirce SocietyJohn Corcoran

Various conceptions of belief in relation to pragmatic theories of inquiry, signs, and truth have come up recently in several discussion groups.  Some of the variations are too far off my present track but if I stay the pragmatic course I’d naturally recommend the novel fork taken by Peirce’s 1877 paper, “The Fixation of Belief”.

cc: CyberneticsOntolog ForumStructural ModelingSystems Science

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