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Sign Relations • Definition

One of Peirce’s clearest and most complete definitions of a sign is one he gives in the context of providing a definition for logic, and so it is informative to view it in that setting. Logic will here be defined … Continue reading

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Triadic Relations • Discussion 2

To everything there is a season, A time for every purpose under heaven: A time for building castles in the stratosphere, A time to mind the anti-gravs that keep us here. Re: Systems Science • Rob Young Cf: Conceptual Barriers … Continue reading

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Sign Relations • Discussion 1

Thus, if a sunflower, in turning towards the sun, becomes by that very act fully capable, without further condition, of reproducing a sunflower which turns in precisely corresponding ways toward the sun, and of doing so with the same reproductive … Continue reading

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Sign Relations • Anthesis

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Triadic Relations • Discussion 1

Re: Cybernetics • Loet Leydesdorff Loet Leydesdorff mentioned making extensive use of triads in a new paper. Leydesdorff, Loet, and Ivanova, Inga (2020), “The Measurement of ‘Interdisciplinarity’ and ‘Synergy’ in Scientific and Extra-Scientific Collaborations”. Online (1) (2). Just off-hand this … Continue reading

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Triadic Relations • 2

Examples from Semiotics The study of signs — the full variety of significant forms of expression — in relation to all the affairs signs are significant of, and in relation to all the beings signs are significant to, is known … Continue reading

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Triadic Relations • 1

Examples from Mathematics For the sake of topics to be taken up later, it is useful to examine a pair of triadic relations in tandem.  We will construct two triadic relations, and each of which is a subset of the … Continue reading

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