# Tag Archives: Relation Theory

## Relations & Their Relatives • Discussion 20

Re: Information = Comprehension × Extension Re: Category Theory • Morgan Rogers MR: Care to make any of this more precise? [The above] formula, for example? Yes, it will take some care to make it all more precise, and I’ve … Continue reading

## Relations & Their Relatives • Discussion 19

Re: Category Theory • Henry Story HS: Could one not say that Frege also had a three part relation?  I guess:  for singular terms their Sense and Reference. […] His argument could be explained very simply.  Imagine you start with … Continue reading

## Relations & Their Relatives • Discussion 18

Re: Relations & Their Relatives • Review 1 Re: Category Theory • Morgan Rogers MR: So a “sign process” would be a subset , where is a time domain? There are a couple of ways we usually see the concept … Continue reading

## Relations & Their Relatives • Review 1

Peirce’s notation for elementary relatives was illustrated earlier by a dyadic relation from number theory, namely for being a divisor of Cf: Relations & Their Relatives • 3 Table 1 shows the first few ordered pairs of the relation on positive … Continue reading

## Semiotics, Semiosis, Sign Relations • Discussion 10

Re: Semiotics, Semiosis, Sign Relations • Discussion 8 Re: Category Theory • Morgan Rogers MR:  Please clearly state at least one “distinctive quality of sign relations”. Sign relations are triadic relations. Can any triadic relation be a sign relation? I … Continue reading

## Semiotics, Semiosis, Sign Relations • Discussion 9

Re: Category Theory • Morgan Rogers MR: Okay, I may have mixed up the meanings of “object” and “interpretant” in my plain language translations above?  Re determination, I read “B is determined by A” as meaning the conjunction of and … Continue reading

## Semiotics, Semiosis, Sign Relations • Discussion 8

Re: Peirce List • Robert Marty RM: Thank you for reminding me of the definition of a group that I have taught for 45 years … I think you work with the permutations of symmetrical groups that do not fit … Continue reading

## Semiotics, Semiosis, Sign Relations • Discussion 7

Re: Category Theory • Morgan Rogers MR: Okay, this is hard to parse, but I’ve looked at it a few times now framed with discussion from a few different sources, and it seems that if we fix some sets of signs, … Continue reading

## Semiotics, Semiosis, Sign Relations • Comment 3

It helps me to compare sign relations with my other favorite class of triadic relations, namely, groups.  Applications of mathematical groups came up just recently in the Laws of Form discussion group, so it will save a little formatting time to adapt … Continue reading

## Semiotics, Semiosis, Sign Relations • Comment 2

Re: Semiotics, Semiosis, Sign Relations • Comment 1 Definitions tend to call on other terms in need of their own definitions, and so on till the process terminates at the level of primitive terms.  The main two concepts requiring supplementation in … Continue reading