Theme One Program • Discussion 9

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Re: Ontolog Forum • Alex Shkotin (1) (2) (3)

Dear Alex,

I know the material on sign relations I’ve been posting lately may seem a digression from the Theme One Program already in progress but our last discussions called for pulling the focus on logical graphs back to the scene of Peirce’s semiotics where those graphs work out their fates.

The Fourth is with us in the U.S. — it may be the middle of the week before my ears stop ringing enough to think straight — but I did want to touch base and point out that bit of relevance, especially as I’ll need to continue with the background on sign relations a little longer.


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