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Survey of Inquiry Driven Systems • 2

This is a Survey of previous blog and wiki posts on Inquiry Driven Systems, material I plan to refine toward a more compact and systematic treatment of the subject. An inquiry driven system is a system having among its state … Continue reading

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Pragmatic Theory Of Truth • 24

Re: Peirce List • Edwina Taborsky Dear Edwina, I think I can get the drift of what you are saying.  At least, I can see there is something monadic about the Tenacity method of fixing belief or settling on what … Continue reading

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Pragmatic Theory Of Truth • 23

Re: Richard J. Lipton • The Truth Just a random forkful of thoughts from a pragmatic peircepective … Pragmatic Theory Of Truth Re: Cristopher Moore • Platonism and Pluralism The “irritation of doubt”, a state of uncertainty or surprise, marks … Continue reading

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Pragmatic Theory Of Truth • 22

Re: Systems Science • Scott Jackson Discussions of “thinking and flawed decisions” arising in the Systems Science Working Group naturally brought the topic of Pragmatic Truth and all its bedeviled vicissitudes back to this Peircean’s mind. I have often observed … 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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Pragmatic Theory Of Truth • 19

Going over the last few month’s posts about signs, systems, and theories of truth I see many unanswered questions deserving of further attention.  Seasonal diversions being what they are my mind will be elsewhere the rest of the year so … Continue reading

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Pragmatic Theory Of Truth • 18

Re: Pragmatic Theory Of Truth • (14) • (16) • (17) Re: Peirce List • Tom Gollier We do not live in axiom systems.  We do not live encased in languages, formal or natural.  There is no reason to think … Continue reading

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Pragmatic Theory Of Truth • 17

Re: Pragmatic Theory Of Truth • (14) • (16) Re: Peirce List • Tom Gollier I meant to write more last time but got waylaid by an onslaught of weather and progress on this topic is likely to be glacial … Continue reading

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Pragmatic Theory Of Truth • 16

Re: Pragmatic Theory Of Truth • 14 Re: Peirce List • Tom Gollier Staying focused on a set objective has never been my strong point so let me emblazon the following emblem by way of keeping my eyes on the … Continue reading

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