'Binding' and 'sense' are direct terms used in the Peirce quote
BTW, I was NOT claiming that action-reaction are not related
to 2ns, nor are a basis for 3ns.
On 8/9/2018 10:30 PM, Gary Richmond
Mike, Jon, Edwina, List,
Mike wrote: "Are not
'binding' and 'sense' expressions of action, both Peirce's
words for Thirdness? There are many ways to interpret
natural language, including what is meant by the word
Please offer some context
and some textual support for your notion that 'binding' and
'sense' are employed as expressions of action in any of
Peirce's discussion of 3ns. I think that this is not only
highly unlikely, but actually would contradict most everything
he had to say about not only 3ns but also 2ns.
Whatever you might mean by
"natural language" in the present context, we are concerned
here with technical scientific terminology, specifically
Peirce's in consideration of his three universal categories.
Action-Reaction and Interaction are concepts clearly connected
in Peirce's phenomenology and semeiotic to 2ns, so that it
seems peculiarly obdurate to suggest that they are not, that
they may be associated in any integral way with 3ns. You will
certainly have to offer more support for your comment than
your mere assertion that it is so.
Michael K. Bergman
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