Category Archives: Phenomenology

Definition and Determination • 20

Re: Peirce List • Robert Marty RM: Thank you for this information.  I happen to have a work in progress (not yet written) on the question of determination.  I discovered that Peirce gave a quite remarkable definition in CP 8.361. “We … Continue reading

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Definition and Determination • 19

Re: Peirce List • Edwina Taborsky JA: I needed to start thinking of semiotics and sign relations in the light of cybernetics and systems theory.  That required me to convert from understanding a sign relation as a relation among three … Continue reading

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Definition and Determination • 18

Various discussions in sundry places led me by a commodius vicus of recirculation back to the environs of old notes I gathered on the topics of Definition and Determination, that being on the occasion of a return to graduate school … Continue reading

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Pragmatic Semiotic Information • Discussion 21

Re: FB | Medieval Logic • Kollbjorn Oldtheyn • Edward Buckner On the question of which later developments in logic Peirce anticipated, I’ve been more focused on the points where he saw through to features we would not see again … Continue reading

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Pragmatic Semiotic Information • Discussion 20

Re: R.J. Lipton and K.W. Regan • IBM Conference on the Informational Lens A little bit of history recoded … It may be worth noting the Information Revolution in our understanding of science began in the mid 1860s when C.S. Peirce … Continue reading

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Peirce’s Categories • 21

Re: Peirce List • Robert Marty Re: Peirce List • Robert Marty Dear Robert, Let’s go back to a point where paths diverged in the yarrow wood and a lot of synchronicity was lost … Variant understandings of words like … Continue reading

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Peirce’s Categories • 20

Re: Peirce’s Categories • 15 Understanding another person’s thought can be difficult.  Understanding the way another understands a third person’s thought, all the more so, even if that third person is not so formidable a thinker as Charles Sanders Peirce.  Measures of … Continue reading

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Peirce’s Categories • 19

Re: Peirce’s Categories • 15 Another point where the onrush of discussion and the impact of worldly distractions caused my train of thought to jump the track is here: Peirce List (1) (2) • RM • JA RM: First I … Continue reading

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Peirce’s Categories • 18

Re: Peirce’s Categories • 15 In These Uncertain Times, as people keep saying, it’s become even harder to concentrate than usual and I keep losing track of tricky points coming up in discussion which cry out for further discussion but … Continue reading

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Peirce’s Categories • 17

I’ve been too immersed in the Peirce List discussion of Robert Marty’s “Podium” paper to write much here — before I lose track of what I’ve been thinking the last several days I’ll need to ravel up my off-the-cuff remarks … Continue reading

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