Category Archives: Semiositis

Zeroth Law Of Semiotics • Discussion 1

Re: Zeroth Law Of Semiotics • Comment 2 Re: Laws of Form • John Mingers JM: Hmmm Sounds terribly like analytic philosophy to me. There are not real philosophical problems, it’s all just a matter of misuse of words. Have … Continue reading

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All Liar, No Paradox • Discussion 2

Re: Laws of Form • James Bowery • John Mingers Dear James, John, et al. The questions arising in the present discussion take us back to the question of what we are using logical values like and for, which takes … Continue reading

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All Liar, No Paradox • Discussion 1

Re: Laws of Form • John Mingers JM: Several people have referred recently to the idea that Laws of Form, and particularly Chapter 11 with imaginary logical values, provides an answer to the problems Russell found in Principia Mathematica leading to … Continue reading

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Zeroth Law Of Semiotics • Comment 7

Re: Peirce List Discussion I still have in mind trying to show how the principle I dubbed the Zeroth Law Of Semiotics can help us see what is really going on with a number of old puzzles like the Liar … Continue reading

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Zeroth Law Of Semiotics • Comment 6

Re: Peirce List Discussion By way of orientation to the task at hand, we are investigating a type of slippage that occurs in the gap between natural language, with the natural assumptions it has evolved to take for granted, rightly … Continue reading

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Zeroth Law Of Semiotics • Comment 5

Re: Peirce List Discussion It may be a day or two before I can get back to the zeroth law of semiotics and how grasping it cures a strain of ills that language and some fashions of logic are heir … Continue reading

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Zeroth Law Of Semiotics • Comment 4

Re: Peirce List Discussion • Sungchul Ji General terms are terms like man, woman, child, etc., each of which applies to many individuals, in other words, has a general denotation or a plural extension.  Generally speaking, a general term is … Continue reading

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Zeroth Law Of Semiotics • Comment 3

Re: Peirce List Discussion • Tom Wyrick Nominalism takes its name from the idea that “generals are only names” and it goes by the maxims “Do not take a general name for the name of a general” and “Do not … Continue reading

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All Liar, No Paradox • Comment 1

A statement asserts that a statement is a statement that is false. The statement violates an axiom of logic, so it doesn’t really matter whether the ostensible statement the so-called liar, really is a statement or has a truth value. … Continue reading

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All Liar, No Paradox

A statement asserts that a statement is a statement that is false. The statement violates an axiom of logic, so it doesn’t really matter whether the ostensible statement the so-called liar, really is a statement or has a truth value.

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