# Tag Archives: Sign Relational Manifolds

## Survey of Semiotic Theory Of Information • 3

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

## Sign Relational Manifolds : 6

Semiotic Orbits, Manifolds, Arcs (SOMA) The arc of the semiotic universe is long but it bends towards universal harmony. Re: Facebook Discussion • What’s at the End of a Chain of Interpretants? Semiotic manifolds, like physical and mathematical manifolds, may … Continue reading

## Charles Sanders Peirce, George Spencer Brown, and Me • 10

With any formal system it is easy to spend a long time roughing out primitives and reviewing first principles before getting on to practical applications, and logical graphs are no different in that respect.  But the promise of clearer and more … Continue reading

## Charles Sanders Peirce, George Spencer Brown, and Me • 9

Re: Boundary Logic A wider field of investigation opens up at this point, spanning the diversity of interactions among languages we use, and systems of signs in general, to the thoughts ever streaming through our heads, to the universes we … Continue reading

## Charles Sanders Peirce, George Spencer Brown, and Me • 8

Re: Boundary Logic For me, the heart of the matter is “what is the purpose of logic and what is the purpose of mathematics and what is their relationship?” There are semiotic situations which appear to violate the initial conditions … Continue reading

## Charles Sanders Peirce, George Spencer Brown, and Me • 7

A statement that implies both and is called a false statement, and anyone can prove anything at all from a false statement, as we all too frequently observe on the political front these days. There is however a reasonable way … Continue reading

## Charles Sanders Peirce, George Spencer Brown, and Me • 6

The formal system of logical graphs is defined by a foursome of formal equations, called initials when regarded purely formally, in abstraction from potential interpretations, and called axioms when interpreted as logical equivalences.  There are two arithmetic initials and two … Continue reading

## Charles Sanders Peirce, George Spencer Brown, and Me • 5

Here are blog and wiki versions of an article I wrote on Peirce’s Law, an axiom or theorem (depending on your choice of logical basis) which distinguishes classical from intuitionistic propositional calculus.  Aside from its pivotal logical status it affords … Continue reading

## Charles Sanders Peirce, George Spencer Brown, and Me • 4

Two things that had a big impact on my studies of Peirce and Spencer Brown over the years were my parallel studies in mathematics and computer science.  In the overlap between those areas came courses in logic, mathematical linguistics, and … Continue reading

## Charles Sanders Peirce, George Spencer Brown, and Me • 3

Re: Laws of Form There are a number of “difficulties at the beginning” that arise here.  I’ve been trying to get to the point where I can respond to James Bowery’s initial comments and also to questions about the relation … Continue reading