Category Archives: Pragmatic Maxim

The Difference That Makes A Difference That Peirce Makes : 22

Charles S. Peirce Society Facebook Page • JC • JA • JA • JA • JC It’s been my experience that people who view Peirce’s work through the filter of FOL are not likely to see what many of us … Continue reading

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The Difference That Makes A Difference That Peirce Makes : 21

Re: Ontolog Forum • John Bottoms Re: The Difference That Makes A Difference That Peirce Makes : 20 The reflections in my previous blog post developed over several weeks observing various discussions around the web where people seemed to be … Continue reading

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The Difference That Makes A Difference That Peirce Makes : 20

Cross-paradigm communication, like cross-disciplinary and cross-cultural communication, can be difficult.  Sometimes people do not even recognize the existence of other paradigms, disciplines, cultures, long before it comes to the question of their value.  Readers of Peirce know he often uses … Continue reading

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Pragmatic Traction • 7

Re: Peirce List Discussion • John Sowa It’s good to remember that observation, perception itself, has an abductive character in Peirce’s analysis and induction for him is more a final testing than initial conception stage.  Yes, it’s wheels upon wheels … Continue reading

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Pragmatic Traction • 6

Re: Peirce List Discussion • GF • JFS When it comes to the relative contributions of phenomenology and mathematics to logic, I always find myself returning to the picture I drew once before from Peirce’s Syllabus, on the relationship of phenomenology and … Continue reading

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Pragmatic Traction • 5

☯  TAO  ☯ Trials And Outcomes Expression | Impression Effectors | Receptors Exertion | Reaction Conduct | Bearing Control | Observe Effect | Detect Poke | Peek Note | Note Pat | Apt | Tap Just a few notes to … Continue reading

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Pragmatic Traction • 4

Re: Oliver Maclaren • Statistics Without True Models Or Hypothesis Testing I once wrote a “pure empiricist” sequential learning program that took this sort of approach to the data in its input stream. Here is the manual, that will give … Continue reading

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