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Pragmatic Semiotic Information • Discussion 19

Re: Differential Logic and Dynamic Systems Re: FB | Systems Sciences • Kenneth Lloyd An exchange on Facebook took me back to recent discussions of pragmatic truth and long-running discussions of pragmatic semiotic information.  Just by way of a note … Continue reading

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Cybernetics • Requisite Variety • Selection 13

Our venture into cybernetics, the study of systems whose time evolution signifies an object, brings us to the point of seeing how pragmatic, semiotic, and systems thinking all have triadic relations at their core. Recall the game between and determined by … Continue reading

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Cybernetics • Requisite Variety • Selection 12

Ashby now invites us to consider a series of games, beginning as follows. Requisite Variety 11/3.   Play and outcome.  Let us therefore forget all about regulation and simply suppose that we are watching two players, and who are engaged … Continue reading

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Pragmatic Theory Of Truth • 21

Re: Cybernetic Communications • Klaus Krippendorff I appreciate the way Klaus Krippendorff immediately extracted one of the overarching themes of Peirce’s whole paper, indeed of his whole work.  That allows us to tread lightly past a lot of verbal nit-picking … Continue reading

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Pragmatic Theory Of Truth • 20

Re: Renaissance Mathematicus • Thony Christie Re: Cybernetic Communications • Louis Kauffman Re: FB | Charles S. Peirce Society • John Corcoran Various conceptions of belief in relation to pragmatic theories of inquiry, signs, and truth have come up recently … Continue reading

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Differential Logic • Comment 4

Re: Cybernetic Communications • Stephen Paul King SPK: Is it possible that beliefs can propagate almost completely contrary to facts, seen by those that are not infected with those beliefs? Can we have complex waves in the domains of binary truth … Continue reading

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Cybernetics • Requisite Variety • Selection 11

Ashby now takes a few steps back from the picture of regulation in biological systems, setting out the framework he needs for a broader perspective on regulation in general. Requisite Variety 11/1.   In the previous chapter we considered regulation … Continue reading

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