Re: Frances Kelly
At: http://article.gmane.org/gmane.science.philosophy.peirce/8051

Frances,

I hadn't been expecting to untangle their complex inter-relationships and
mutual dependencies in a single fixed hierarchy -- something more like the
Vortices of Yeats comes to mind even at a first glance, except it would take
a trio of tornadoes in this case -- and things that are ordered one way under
one light may be ordered another way under another light.  The problem that
Peirce gives us is how to understand the way in which logic might be seen
as a special case of ethics and ethics might be seen as a special case of
aesthetics, all without denying the obvious applications of each form of
inquiry to all the others.

Here's another bunch of bits I emitted on this subject:

• 
http://mywikibiz.com/Directory:Jon_Awbrey/Papers/Inquiry_Driven_Systems_:_Part_5#5.2.10._The_Pragmatic_Cosmos

I apologize for the style of writing in that material --
those are things I wrote 1 or 2 decades ago and it will
take 2 or 3 passes before I can extract the substance in
any tolerable form.

Regards,

Jon

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