Re: [peirce-l] Proemial: On The Origin Of Experience

2012-03-05 Thread Steven Ericsson-Zenith
I will take the strong emotion to be both positive and competitive. It's a first draft cover piece and you are right to correct me concerning Frege's Sense and Reference, thank you. The mechanics of sense simply refers to the mechanism characterizing sense in biophysics, I assume that there

Re: [peirce-l] Proemial: On The Origin Of Experience

2012-03-05 Thread Khadimir
I would agree with the general thrust of the comments that more specificity is needed early. The current text appears to be motivated by a question that it unfolds. I think that is a fine rhetorical device, however, it needs to unroll in a few sentences and then hit us with an answer very

Re: [peirce-l] Proemial: On The Origin Of Experience

2012-03-05 Thread malgosia askanas
Steven, could you explain what you mean by sense in your post below (the sense for which you trust there is a mechanical explanation)? In your blurb, you seem to use the word in at least 3 different meanings. Talking about Aetherometry, I think you might find the Correas' book Nanometric

Re: [peirce-l] Proemial: On The Origin Of Experience

2012-03-05 Thread Steven Ericsson-Zenith
Dear Malgosia, By sense I refer to the variety of differentiations of experience, be it the text book classifications, pain, electroception, or thought. I have only one meaning, one behavior, in mind. A more extensive summary of the work can be found at http://iase.info. If you are interested

Re: [peirce-l] Proemial: On The Origin Of Experience

2012-03-05 Thread Phyllis Chiasson
Steven, I like this and do not think it at all overblown. I don't have my Peirce disk with me here in Tucson, but somewhere in it Peirce states that God could not have consciousness because consciousness requires the capability for sensation from which to experience and thus be conscious,

Re: [peirce-l] Categorical Aspects of Abduction, Deduction, Induction

2012-03-05 Thread Phyllis Chiasson
-Original Message- From: Phyllis Chiasson [mailto:ath...@olympus.net] Sent: Monday, March 05, 2012 12:48 PM To: 'Catherine Legg' Subject: RE: [peirce-l] Categorical Aspects of Abduction, Deduction, Induction Gary, Cathy and Listers, I have been a Peirce-list lurker for some time and

Re: [peirce-l] Categorical Aspects of Abduction, Deduction, Induction

2012-03-05 Thread Catherine Legg
Very interesting - thanks, Phyllis! Cathy On Tue, Mar 6, 2012 at 8:47 AM, Phyllis Chiasson ath...@olympus.net wrote: Gary, Cathy and Listers, I have been a Peirce-list lurker for some time and have enjoyed reading discussions. Until I finished galley proofs for my latest book I did not allow

Re: [peirce-l] Categorical Aspects of Abduction, Deduction, Induction

2012-03-05 Thread Jon Awbrey
Hi Phyllis, Do you know the work of Sorrentino and Roney on orientations to uncertainty? | Sorrentino, Richard M., and Roney, Christopher J.R. (2000), | The Uncertain Mind : Individual Differences in Facing the Unknown, | (Essays in Social Psychology, Miles Hewstone (ed.)), Taylor and Francis,

[peirce-l] Fw: Peirce Society: Program and Business Meeting Agenda

2012-03-05 Thread Benjamin Udell
Forwarded. - Original Message - From: Robert Lane To: The Charles S. Peirce Society Sent: Monday, March 05, 2012 4:58 PM Subject: Peirce Society: Program and Business Meeting Agenda Dear Members and Friends of the Charles S. Peirce Society, Below is the program for our upcoming

[peirce-l] Fwd: Peirce Society: Program and Business Meeting Agenda

2012-03-05 Thread Gary Richmond
Robert Lane rl...@westga.edu 3/5/2012 4:58 PM Dear Members and Friends of the Charles S. Peirce Society, Below is the program for our upcoming meeting, as well as the agenda for the subsequent business meeting. The program and agenda are also available at the Peirce Society's website:

[peirce-l] Varieties of Analytic Pragmatism

2012-03-05 Thread Catherine Legg
Read a paper the other day which I really enjoyed and wanted to share the reference here: *Danielle Macbeth, Varieties of Analytic Pragmatism, Philosophia 40 (1):27-39.* *http://philpapers.org/rec/MACVOA* Basically Macbeth dissects the version of pragmatism put forward by Robert Brandom in his