Category Archives: Determination

Pragmatic Semiotic Information • Discussion 15

A Comprehensile Tale Here’s a gloss on “comprehension” I copied from Runes some years ago, plus a bit of commentary I added at the time. Comprehension.  The sum of characteristics which connote a class notion symbolized by a general term.  … Continue reading

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Pragmatic Semiotic Information • Discussion 14

Re: Information = Comprehension × Extension Re: Systems Science • Kent Palmer It may be useful to clear up a couple of technical points about Peirce’s terminology before getting to the main business. Here I’m using extension and intension in … Continue reading

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Pragmatic Semiotic Information • Discussion 13

Re: Survey of Pragmatic Semiotic Information • 4 Re: Ontolog Forum • JS I’ve been looking at the record of past discussions and thinking about what I’d like to accomplish this year.  Just off hand, I see a lot of … Continue reading

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Survey of Pragmatic Semiotic Information • 4

This is a Survey of previous blog and wiki posts on Pragmatic Semiotic Information.  All my projects are exploratory in character but this line of inquiry is more open-ended than most.  The question is: What is information and how does it … Continue reading

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Pragmatic Semiotic Information • Discussion 12

Peter Smith, on his Logic Matters blog, queried readers about the type/token distinction and its possible origins before Peirce.  I shared the following observations: It doesn’t help with the question of semiogenesis, which is no doubt lost to the mists … Continue reading

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Pragmatic Semiotic Information • Discussion 11

Re: Ontolog Forum • Ferenc Kovacs Re: Anja-Karina Pahl • Contradiction and Analogy as the Basis for Inventive Thinking One of the insights coming out of Peirce’s logical work is the fact that negative operations are more powerful than positive … Continue reading

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Pragmatic Semiotic Information • Discussion 10

Re: Ontolog Forum Artem Kaznatcheev posted an interesting discussion on his blog under the title “Models as Maps and Maps as Interfaces” that I saw as fitting under this head.  A reader of Peirce may recognize critical insights of pragmatic thought … Continue reading

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