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Differential Logic • Comment 5

Re: Peirce List • John Sowa : “Modal Logic Is An Immense Swamp” Dear John, Best title I’ve read in a long time!  But the really immense swamp critter here is the Naturally Evolved Organon known as ornery natural language which … Continue reading

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Definition and Determination • 22

Re: Definition and Determination • (18) • (19) • (20) • (21) Re: Laws of Form • Lyle Anderson Dear Lyle, The labyrinth of Socratic switchbacks and dialogical detours in Excerpt 21 gave several readers fits of befuddlement.  I think I … Continue reading

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Definition and Determination • 21

Re: Definition and Determination • (18) • (19) • (20) Re: FB | The Ecology of Systems Thinking • Richard Saunders RS: Don’t you think some little bit of unconscious knowledge and logic comes preloaded, à priori, courtesy of our parents … Continue reading

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Definition and Determination • 20

Re: Peirce List • Robert Marty RM: Thank you for this information.  I happen to have a work in progress (not yet written) on the question of determination.  I discovered that Peirce gave a quite remarkable definition in CP 8.361. “We … Continue reading

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Definition and Determination • 19

Re: Peirce List • Edwina Taborsky JA: I needed to start thinking of semiotics and sign relations in the light of cybernetics and systems theory.  That required me to convert from understanding a sign relation as a relation among three … Continue reading

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Definition and Determination • 18

Various discussions in sundry places led me by a commodius vicus of recirculation back to the environs of old notes I gathered on the topics of Definition and Determination, that being on the occasion of a return to graduate school … Continue reading

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Relatives Of Second Intention • Comment 5

Re: C.S. Peirce • Relatives of Second Intention Re: Peirce List (1) (2) • John Sowa (1) (2) Re: Peirce List • Jon Alan Schmidt JAS: Thanks for providing a longer excerpt of that passage than I did, including Peirce’s … Continue reading

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Relatives Of Second Intention • Comment 4

Re: C.S. Peirce • Relatives of Second Intention Re: Laws of Form • Lyle Anderson LA: Here Peirce is confusing Truth and Falsity with Good and Evil.  The Creator of the Universe (CotU) created Truth and Falsity when He drew the … Continue reading

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Relatives Of Second Intention • Comment 3

Re: C.S. Peirce • Relatives of Second Intention Re: FB | Medieval Logic • Kollbjorn Oldtheyn Dear Kollbjorn, I used to think I knew what Peirce was talking about in this passage but it looks like it may be time … Continue reading

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Relatives Of Second Intention • Comment 2

Re: C.S. Peirce • Relatives of Second Intention Re: FB | Medieval Logic • Kollbjorn Oldtheyn Dear Kollbjorn, The way I understand Peirce’s parable, he is asking, “How do we arrive at a condition far enough removed from our immersion … Continue reading

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