Monthly Archives: September 2021

Inquiry Into Inquiry • Discussion 2

Re: Peirce List • Phyllis Chiasson Re: Peirce List • Edwina Taborsky PC: Phenomenology is (with math) the underpinning of both scientific inquiry and everyday reasoning.  Improve one’s capability for observation and classification and you improve his/her ability to think … Continue reading

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Inquiry Into Inquiry • Discussion 1

Re: Inquiry Into Inquiry • On Balance Re: Laws of Form • Peter Jones PJ: I realise, in brief, the extent of your project — Inquiry Driven Systems • Problem but reading your post makes me wonder about the core … Continue reading

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Inquiry Into Inquiry • On Balance

Everyone knows what it means to have obstacles to overcome or events to understand and how we go hunting for whatever action, model, or theory will do the trick.  Other times we have a scheme or theory all ready in … Continue reading

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Riffs and Rotes • 59281

Re: Persiflage • 59281 Numberfile • What’s Special About 59,281? If is prime then the decimal expansion of repeats, so it makes sense to talk about the “average” of the digits of   The average can be bigger than equal … Continue reading

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On Reading Peirce • Discussion 2

Re: Peirce List • Jon Awbrey • Gary Richmond JA: Well, it’s true, all science is under construction. But not everything under construction is a science. GR: True.  But I’d suggest that there is no good reason to block the … Continue reading

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On Reading Peirce • Discussion 1

Re: Peirce List • Jon Awbrey • John Sowa JFS: I detect a prebit of irony in your note. Although I respect Peirce’s ethics of terminology and observe his recommendations when they are appropriate and realistic, I also know that … Continue reading

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Semiotics, Semiosis, Sign Relations • Discussion 16

Re: FB | Semeiotics • Marius V. Constantin MVC: Have you taken into consideration the difference between weak negation and strong negation? I always begin classically where logic is concerned — I guess that means “strong” negation — we make … Continue reading

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Semiotics, Semiosis, Sign Relations • Discussion 15

Re: Peirce List • Robert Marty (quoted) RM: I persist in the idea that in your six combinations [O, S, I] only one is relevant for semiotics, the others being out of the field […] On the projections, there is also … Continue reading

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