Category Archives: Indication

Conceptual Barriers • 3

Re: Ontolog Forum • Paola Di Maio Partly this discussion and partly just the mood I’m in brought to mind a motley assortment of old reminiscences.  My first years in college I oscillated (or vacillated) between math and physics, eventually … Continue reading

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Conceptual Barriers • 2

Re: Ontolog Forum • Paola Di Maio Synchronicity being what it is, here for your contemplation are two pictures from a current discussion on Facebook. See Tables 8 and 9 in the following article and section: Application of Higher Order … Continue reading

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Conceptual Barriers • 1

Re: Ontolog Forum • John Sowa My first year at college the university held a cross-campus colloquium taking its theme from C.P. Snow’s Two Cultures about the need for and difficulties of cross-disciplinary communication and collaboration in our day.  The … Continue reading

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Indicator Functions • Discussion 1

Peter Smith, on his Logic Matters blog, asks the question, “What Is A Predicate?”, and considers a number of answers. There are of course other possible answers, and one I learned quite early on, arising very naturally in applying mathematical … Continue reading

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Constraints and Indications : 2

Re: Ontolog Forum • Joseph Simpson Coping with collaboration, communication, context, integration, interoperability, perspective, purpose, and the reality of the information dimension demands a transition from conceptual environments bounded by dyadic relations to those informed by triadic relations, especially the … Continue reading

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Types of Reasoning in C.S. Peirce and Aristotle • 2

Re: Peirce List Discussion • Ben Udell • Gary Richmond Present business has kept me from following much of the recent discussion on Peirce’s three types of reasoning, but we have been down this road before and so old tunes … Continue reading

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Types of Reasoning in C.S. Peirce and Aristotle • 1

Re: Peirce List Discussion In one of his earliest treatments of the three types of reasoning, from his Harvard Lectures “On the Logic of Science” (1865), Peirce gives an example that illustrates how one and the same proposition might be … Continue reading

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