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Problems In Philosophy • 12

Re: R.J. Lipton and K.W. Regan • The Night Of The Ethical Algorithm Re: K.W. Regan • The Election Night Time Warp Re: Ontolog Forum • John Sowa JFS: C.S. Peirce made a very clear and sharp distinction between formal … Continue reading

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Problems In Philosophy • 11

Re: Problems In Philosophy 9 • Richard Saunders RS: BTW I’m not sure I really see a distinction between descriptive and normative (prescriptive?) science except in the set of aims, goals, etc. that are entertained.  It might be useful to try … Continue reading

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Problems In Philosophy • 10

Re: Ontolog Forum • David Whitten DW: Why does classical tradition or any tradition consider logic to be a normative science? Dear David, A science is called that because it deals in knowledge (Latin scientia).  Knowing what is the case … Continue reading

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Problems In Philosophy • 9

Re: FB | Ecology Of Systems Thinking • Richard Saunders RS: Hume’s is/ought dichotomy:  are these as Gould said “non-overlapping magisteria” or are they concentric domains?  Is a science of aesthetics at the core?  If memory serves it seems like that … Continue reading

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Problems In Philosophy • 8

Re: Ontolog Forum • David Whitten Dear David, I’ll extend this post tomorrow, apocalypse permitting, but while I wait for the election returns I’ll post just a pair of links to the Wikiversity articles on Descriptive Science and Normative Science, … Continue reading

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Problems In Philosophy • 7

Re: FB | Charles S. Peirce Society (a) John Corcoran • Cosmic Justice Hypotheses (b) John Corcoran • The Inseparability of Logic and Ethics Peirce emphasized the intricate relationships among the Big Three Normative Sciences — Aesthetics, Ethics, Logic — … Continue reading

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Problems In Philosophy • 6

Another one of those recurring questions I’m constantly forgetting what I wrote about or where before just came up again on the Gödel’s Lost Letter blog. Re: R.J. Lipton and K.W. Regan • The Night Of The Ethical Algorithm Classical … Continue reading

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Abduction, Deduction, Induction, Analogy, Inquiry • 4

Re: FB | Ecology Of Systems Thinking • Steven Wallis Peirce sought to understand what all varieties of inquiry, ranging from everyday reasoning and problem solving to full-fledged scientific method, have in common.  Taking a cue from Aristotle he developed … Continue reading

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Abduction, Deduction, Induction, Analogy, Inquiry • 3

Re: R.J. Lipton and K.W. Regan • Waves, Hazards, Guesses Aristotle’s apagoge, variously translated as abduction, reduction, or retroduction, is a form of reasoning common to two types of situations. Abduction may be: The operation by which a phenomenon (a … Continue reading

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Problems In Philosophy • 3

Re: R.D. Mounce Making reality our friend is necessary to survival and finding good descriptions of reality is the better part of doing that, so I don’t imagine we have any less interest in truth than the Ancients.  From what … Continue reading

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