Tag Archives: Information = Comprehension × Extension

{ Information = Comprehension × Extension } • Discussion 6

Re: Peirce List Discussion • JA • JFS • JA What interests me so much about Peirce’s first legislation of the “laws of information” in his 1865–1866 “Logic of Science” is that the primal twins of Inquiry and Semiotics nestle … Continue reading

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{ Information = Comprehension × Extension } • Discussion 5

Re: Peirce List Discussion • John Sowa What you say goes to the heart of a problem I saw in Natural Propositions, whether it was Peirce’s account or Stjernfelt’s analysis I did not have time to decide as the schedule … Continue reading

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{ Information = Comprehension × Extension } • Discussion 4

Re: Peirce List Discussion • Jeffrey Brian Downard JBD quoting CSP: I restricted myself to terms, because at the time this chapter was first written (1867), I had not remarked that the whole doctrine of breadth and depth was equally … Continue reading

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{ Information = Comprehension × Extension } • Discussion 3

Re: Peirce List Discussion • John Sowa I gave Frederik Stjernfelt’s Natural Propositions a careful reading back when the Peirce List took it up.  Here is an archived topic thread that contains the author’s lead-off plus a sample of ensuing discussion: … Continue reading

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{ Information = Comprehension × Extension } • Discussion 2

Re: Peirce List Discussion • John Sowa JFS: A more fundamental term is proposition, which is informally defined as the “meaning” of a sentence.  That meaning is usually analyzed as comprehension (also known as intension) and extension. The easier-on-the-eyes blog copy of … Continue reading

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{ Information = Comprehension × Extension } • Discussion 1

A puzzle in Peirce I have puzzled over for as long as I can remember involves the relationship between his theory of signs, marking the characters of icons, indices, and symbols, and his theory of inquiry, bearing the three inferences … Continue reading

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Survey of Semiotic Theory Of Information • 2

This is a Survey of previous blog and wiki posts on the Semiotic Theory Of Information.  All my projects are exploratory in essence but this line of inquiry is more open-ended than most.  The question is: What is information and how … Continue reading

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