Category Archives: Quotation

Inquiry Driven Systems • Comment 6

Re: Peter Cameron • Publication : An Author’s View Dear Peter, It’s funny you should mention Tennyson’s poem in the context of an author’s view of publication as I once laid out a detailed interpretation of the poem as a … Continue reading

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Higher Order Sign Relations • 3

Re: Higher Order Sign Relations Re: Ontolog Forum • Joseph Simpson Travel delayed … so I have a little time … JA: The subject matters of relations, types, and functions enjoy a form of recursive involvement with one another which … Continue reading

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Higher Order Sign Relations • 2

Re: FB | Charles S. Peirce Society • John Corcoran Questions about use and mention came up recently on Facebook.  In pragmatic semiotics the trade-off between signs-of-objects and signs-as-objects opens up the wider space of “higher order sign relations”.  Here … Continue reading

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