C.S. Peirce and Category Theory • 6

Re: Category TheoryHenry Story

HS:
I’d love it of course if all of Peirce’s graphs could be mapped to CT.  That would help me integrate that work a lot faster.  Or alternatively, if one could work out exactly where it could not be tied into CT, that would also be very helpful.
Dear Henry,

The way I see it, Peirce’s work as a whole requires us to stand back from our current picture of category theory and adopt a more general perspective on the subject as we know it.  That has not been a popular opinion in math circles and scarcely grasped in phil circles.  It’s on my big bucket list of Failures To Communicate but I haven’t really tried all that hard lately so maybe I’ll give it another go.

Regards,

Jon

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