# Category Archives: Logical Graphs

## Genus, Species, Pie Charts, Radio Buttons • Discussion 4

Re: Genus, Species, Pie Charts, Radio Buttons • 1 Re: Laws of Form • John Mingers JM: I feel as though you have posted these same diagrams many times, and it is always portrayed as clearing the ground for something … Continue reading

## Genus, Species, Pie Charts, Radio Buttons • Discussion 3

Re: Genus, Species, Pie Charts, Radio Buttons • 1 Re: Laws of Form • William Bricken Last time I alluded to the general problem of relating a variety of formal languages to a shared domain of formal objects, taking six … Continue reading

## Genus, Species, Pie Charts, Radio Buttons • Discussion 2

Re: Genus, Species, Pie Charts, Radio Buttons • 1 Re: Laws of Form • William Bricken A problem we often encounter is the need to relate a variety of formal languages to the same domain of formal objects.  In our … Continue reading

## Genus, Species, Pie Charts, Radio Buttons • Discussion 1

Re: Genus, Species, Pie Charts, Radio Buttons • 1 Re: Laws of Form • William Bricken WB: Here’s an analysis of “Boolean” structure.  It’s actually a classification of the structure of distinctions containing 2 and 3 variables.  The work was … Continue reading

## Genus, Species, Pie Charts, Radio Buttons • 1

Re: Minimal Negation Operators • (1) • (2) • (3) • (4) Re: Laws of Form • Bruce Schuman BS: Leon Conrad’s presentation talks about “marked” and “unmarked” states. He uses checkboxes to illustrate this choice, which seem to be … Continue reading

Triadic Relations • Examples from Semiotics The study of signs — the full variety of significant forms of expression — in relation to all the affairs signs are significant of, and in relation to all the beings signs are significant … Continue reading

Triadic Relations • Examples from Mathematics For the sake of topics to be taken up later, it is useful to examine a pair of triadic relations in tandem.  We will construct two triadic relations, and each of which is a … Continue reading