Over the years, I have found Jay Zeman's website to be remarkably helpful--both
for thinking about Peirce's philosophical ideas generally, and also for
understanding the existential graphs in particular. Given the value that it
might have for future generations of students, is there any way that it might
be preserved as a website? If there is a need to take down that particular
site, would it be possible to upload the materials onto another site?
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From: John F Sowa [s...@bestweb.net]
Sent: Thursday, October 13, 2016 12:18 PM
To: Peirce-L; c...@gnowledge.org
Subject: [PEIRCE-L] Jay Zeman
Jay Zeman died. As a remembrance, his wife Norma sent the attached
photo, which shows Jay contemplating a painting that illustrates
a quotation by Peirce.
His web site will remain available for another year. Anybody who
is interested in his work and related material by and about Peirce
should visit it and download whatever they may find interesting.
It's especially important for existential graphs.
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