On Tue, Oct 16, 2012 at 07:58:35AM -0400, Roger Clough wrote:
> Hi Russell Standish  
> 
> 1) It is a cruelty of nature to make the two IMHO most powerful thinkers
> (Peirce and Leibniz) to be the two most difficult to understand.
> I would not throw them out just yet.

I'm not. But until someone can demonstrate the utility of their
thought to a field of interest to me, I'm unlikely to want to invest
in them.

> 
> 2) If somebody can make something useful out of autopoesis, 
> more power to them.  At first, it looked like the solution
> to everything, but then I just couldn't find anything to grasp.
> With the exception of Peirce, I found semiotics to be similar.
> 

I think we're in agreement here (except on Peirce, perhaps).


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