Category Archives: Dynamics

Abductive Inference, Concept Formation, Hypothesis Formation • 1

In pragmatic semiotics, concept formation like hypothesis formation falls under the heading of abductive inference.  A lot has been said and there’s a lot more to say about that, but things are too much in flux right now to allow … Continue reading

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C.S. Peirce • A Guess at the Riddle

Selections from C.S. Peirce, “A Guess at the Riddle”, CP 1.354–416 359.   First and Second, Agent and Patient, Yes and No, are categories which enable us roughly to describe the facts of experience, and they satisfy the mind for a … Continue reading

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