[peirce-l] Fwd: Peirce Society: Minutes of the 2011-12 Business Meeting

2012-04-22 Thread Gary Richmond
the Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society and Section 5: André De Tienne delivered the following report on the Peirce Edition Project. Best, Gary Gary Richmond Philosophy and Critical Thinking Communication Studies LaGuardia College of the City University of New York E202-O 718 482-5700

Re: [peirce-l] The Pragmatic Cosmos

2012-03-27 Thread Gary Richmond
their discovery, this has always struck me as quite odd. * Best, Gary Gary Richmond Philosophy and Critical Thinking Communication Studies LaGuardia College of the City University of New York E202-O 718 482-5700 *** *** *** *** Leo 03/27/12 4:23 AM Nice. It's interesting that logic depends upon ethics

Re: [peirce-l] Peirce-L's ends

2012-03-26 Thread Gary Richmond
(reading through the whole page once is also very highly recommended). But I think Cathy's questions really do need our reflection, both apart from and in the context of Joe's goals and purposes for this forum. Best, Gary Gary Richmond Philosophy and Critical Thinking Communication Studies LaGuardia

Re: [peirce-l] Book Review: Peirce and the Threat of Nominalism

2012-03-25 Thread Gary Richmond
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Re: [peirce-l] Categorical Aspects of Abduction, Deduction, Induction

2012-03-09 Thread Gary Richmond
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Re: [peirce-l] C.S. Peirce • Objective Logic

2012-03-09 Thread Gary Richmond
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[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:

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

2012-03-03 Thread Gary Richmond
for use of whatever archive or folder may end up containing these posts in the future. Best, Gary and Ben On 3/2/12, Jon Awbrey jawb...@att.net wrote: Thanks, Gary, this is a very helpful summary. Jon cc: Arisbe, Inquiry, Peirce List Gary Richmond wrote: Cathy, Stephen, list, Cathy, you

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

2012-03-02 Thread Gary Richmond
. Jon cc: Arisbe, Inquiry, Peirce List Gary Richmond wrote: Cathy, Stephen, list, Cathy, you wrote: I don't see how one might interpret induction as secondness though.Though a *misplaced* induction may well lead to the secondness of surprise due to error. And yet that's exactly how

Re: [peirce-l] A new dissertation on Walker Percy and Charles Peirce

2012-02-24 Thread Gary Richmond
I would tend to agree with you, Stephen. Gary Gary Richmond Philosophy and Critical Thinking Communication Studies LaGuardia College of the City University of New York E202-O 718 482-5700 *** *** *** *** Stephen C. Rose 02/24/12 10:24 PM *‘Belief. Truth. Values. These are **relative things

Re: [peirce-l] Mathematical terminology, was, review of Moore's Peirce edition

2012-02-22 Thread Gary Richmond
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[peirce-l] Fwd: FW: OrcsWeb Maintenance Notification - February 2012 - Security Patches

2012-02-15 Thread Gary Richmond
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Re: [peirce-l] SLOW READ: THE RELEVANCE OF PEIRCEAN SEMIOTIC TO COMPUTATIONAL INTELLIGENCE AUGMENTATION

2012-02-02 Thread Gary Richmond
by physicists and engineers; for example, tendencies of thought that contribute to the difficulty of changing opinions or beliefs (Deacon, 331). Best, Gary Gary Richmond Philosophy and Critical Thinking Communication Studies LaGuardia College of the City University of New York E202-O 718 482-5700

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

2012-01-18 Thread Gary Richmond
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Re: [peirce-l] Logic is rooted in the social principle is rooted in logic

2012-01-12 Thread Gary Richmond
in that environment -- as has very likely happened on this planet). Best, Gary Gary Richmond Philosophy and Critical Thinking Communication Studies LaGuardia College of the City University of New York 718 482-5700 ``` IF POSSIBLE PLEASE CC

Re: [peirce-l] Logic is rooted in the social principle is rooted in logic

2012-01-11 Thread Gary Richmond
extraordinary research with implications for semiotics generally, and reaching, perhaps, even beyond biosemiotics. My own sense is that I'll be studying and reflecting on this book for many years to come. Best, Gary Gary Richmond Philosophy and Critical Thinking Communication Studies LaGuardia College

Re: [peirce-l] Logic is rooted in the social principle is rooted in logic, was, [peirce-l] Help on a Peirce Quote

2012-01-11 Thread Gary Richmond
not only about the possibly of overloading a diagram, but also about the language I was using (quasi-utterer finally preferred to utter, perhaps even before the biosemiotic extension). Best, Gary Gary Richmond Philosophy and Critical Thinking Communication Studies LaGuardia College of the City

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

2012-01-06 Thread Gary Richmond
reflection as to what constitutes a peer. Best, Gary Gary Richmond Philosophy and Critical Thinking Communication Studies LaGuardia College of the City University of New York E202-O 718 482-5700 *** *** *** *** Skagestad, Peter 01/01/12 12:54 PM Happy New Year, everyone! Resuming the slow read

[peirce-l] Logic is rooted in the social principle is rooted in logic, was, [peirce-l] Help on a Peirce Quote

2012-01-04 Thread Gary Richmond
, the dialogical relationship is, for Peirce, a trichotomic one [see also, thinking always proceeds in the form of a dialogue CP 4.6; and, especially, every evolution of thought should be a dialogic CP 4.551).] Best, Gary Gary Richmond Philosophy and Critical Thinking Communication Studies LaGuardia College

[peirce-l] Logic is rooted in the social principle is rooted in logic, was, Re: [peirce-l] Help on a Peirce Quote

2012-01-02 Thread Gary Richmond
much the same as that famous trio of Charity, Faith, and Hope would take us, perhaps, rather far afield. Best, Gary Gary Richmond Philosophy and Critical Thinking Communication Studies LaGuardia College of the City University of New York E202-O 718 482-5700 *** *** *** *** Jerry LR Chandler 01

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

2011-12-16 Thread Gary Richmond
in the interest of benefiting individuals and society. I would think that Peirce would have celebrated the new technologies, possibly have contributed to them; but he would have deplored their misuse. On that point, at least, I think we are all in agreement. Best, Gary Gary Richmond Philosophy

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

2011-12-11 Thread Gary Richmond
Sorry, one major error: in the 4th paragraph beginning, For example, I wrote those non-constraints on matter which Peirce calls 'habits'. The non- shouldn't be there. GR Gary Richmond 12/11/11 3:05 PM Peter, Gary F., Jon, List, I'm sorry it took a little while to respond to your message

Re: [peirce-l] SLOW READ: On the Paradigm of Experience Appropriate for Semiotic

2011-12-03 Thread Gary Richmond
of particular minds or gatherings of minds but would be discovered by enough investigation. For my part, I'd say that it's the real in that very aspect for which the transformative imagination is the cognitive access - the mathematical sense. Insofar as mathematics far precedes metaphysics, Gary Richmond

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

2011-12-03 Thread Gary Richmond
. Before I comment further, is there anything in the above passage which you would say needs correction or where you yourself have somewhat modified your position? Best, Gary R. Gary Richmond Philosophy and Critical Thinking Communication Studies LaGuardia College of the City University of New York

Re: [peirce-l] Some Leading Ideas of Peirce's Semioic

2011-11-13 Thread Gary Richmond
, apologies for my delay in responding; and, of course, feel under no obligation to respond to this post sent well after the scheduled discussion (although we clearly agree that there's no harm in over-lapping discussions here). Best, Gary Gary Richmond Philosophy and Critical Thinking

Re: [peirce-l] “Some Leading Ideas of Peirce's Semiotic”

2011-10-03 Thread Gary Richmond
Nathan is still having posting problems and has asked me to forward this response to Jon's message. Gary Richmond Reply to Jon Awbrey, 2 Oct. 2011: Jon, Let me make a quick reply and later when I have more time I'll go back to Joe's paper to see if he may have had something like what you say

Re: [peirce-l] Slow Read: Teleology and the Autonomy of the Semiosis Process

2011-08-14 Thread Gary Richmond
to narrow the range of those discussions (to narrow is not necessarily to deepen). I would also remind you of Peirce's motto: Do not block the way of inquiry. And of Jesus': Judge not lest ye be judged. Best, Gary Gary Richmond Philosophy and Critical Thinking Communication Studies

Re: [peirce-l] Slow Read: Teleology and the Autonomy of the Semiosis Process

2011-08-05 Thread Gary Richmond
I also agree with Peter. Is it possible that we all (that is, all who participated in this discussion of falsifiability fallibilism) are in agreement? If that is indeed so, it might represent a kind of first here! Best, Gary Steven Ericsson-Zenith ste...@semeiosis.org 8/5/2011 2:22 PM I

Re: [peirce-l] Slow Read: Is Peirce a Phenomenologist? part 5

2011-07-18 Thread Gary Richmond
' (an applied, or, as Peirce puts it, 'practical' science), one ought skip over those trikons representing tricategorial relations in semeiotic, but not, for example, those in pure mathematics. But, in a word, much, and most everything, can be tricategorially analyzed. GR Gary Richmond Philosophy and Critical