Re: [peirce-l] Knowledge Workers of the World, Unite !

2012-02-06 Thread Eugene Halton
The philosophers have only interpreted the world, in various ways; the point is to change it. Karl Marx, Theses on Feuerbach. Dear Stephen, It seems to me Marx's words could be taken as a variant of your statement: It seems to me we would do well to frame (at least) non-scientific inquiry not

Re: [peirce-l] Knowledge Workers of the World, Unite !

2012-02-06 Thread Stephen C. Rose
Thanks Gene. I think I meant that striving for the right interpretation is unable in itself to add to what has been thought though it may aid understanding. The addiing comes via use until one has done more than an interpretation. For example Peirce does not do that much with ethics and perhaps

[peirce-l] FW: SLOW READ: THE RELEVANCE OF PEIRCEAN SEMIOTIC TO COMPUTATIONAL INTELLIGENCE AUGMENTATION

2012-02-06 Thread Catherine Legg
Dear Peirceans, Just a short note to say that after a long absence from this list, I'm back, and *how* nice it is to read such thoughtful and wide-ranging posts as the below. I'm remembering the old magic that drew me to the list and to Peirce studies back in the mid-90s, and the 'intellectual