Pragmatic Semiotic Information • Discussion 21

Re: FB | Medieval LogicKollbjorn OldtheynEdward Buckner

On the question of which later developments in logic Peirce anticipated, I’ve been more focused on the points where he saw through to features we would not see again until the theories of categories, computation, and information began to make their impact on our conceptions of logic.  I’ll dig up some links along those lines …

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cc: CyberneticsLaws of FormOntolog ForumStructural ModelingSystems Science

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