Relatives Of Second Intention • Comment 2

Re: C.S. Peirce • Relatives of Second Intention
Re: FB | Medieval LogicKollbjorn Oldtheyn

Dear Kollbjorn,

The way I understand Peirce’s parable, he is asking, “How do we arrive at a condition far enough removed from our immersion in a current experience to question it, to reflect on it, and thereby conceive the possibility of something other?”  Until we do that we do not have a concept of “not”.

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