Category Archives: Dewey

Survey of Inquiry Driven Systems • 1

This is a Survey of previous blog and wiki posts on Inquiry Driven Systems, material that I plan to refine toward a more compact and systematic treatment of the subject. An inquiry driven system is a system that has among … Continue reading

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The Power of Peirce’s Thought : 3

Re: Stephen Rose There are reasons why I felt compelled to stand back from the picture that others were painting — of opposing personal styles in the creative process and also in the wider intellectual landscape — and to seek … Continue reading

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The Power of Peirce’s Thought : 2

Re: Kirsti Määttänen You give a good description of the encounter with uncertainty, that unsettled state of mind that irks a person to inquire after new grounds of belief.  Viewed in biological perspective, it is only natural that evolution associates … Continue reading

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The Power of Peirce’s Thought : 1

I often wonder that more people do not avail themselves of the power of Peirce’s thought. “What are they afraid of?” I ask myself. I find myself asking it that way because there really does seem to be a persistent … Continue reading

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