Can I assume that everyone agrees? Doubtful. Certainly the contention that there are universal values is noit settled. Likewise is there is a such a thing as conscious (intentional) thought? And is there an inherent value in thinking threes? What is a reasonable root triad for such? Lots of
Stephen, can you say a bit more about what a reasonable root triad for your philosophy would look like? I assume it's not Object-Sign-Interpretant, or Firstness-Secondness-Thirdness, otherwise you would have said so instead of asking the question. Does it have to be a triad of values (rather than
PARTIAL PROVIONAL ANSWERS SR: Can I assume that everyone agrees? Doubtful. -x- GCM: Everyone agrees that we can carry on a dialogue (except for those who do not respond) which at least sets up a dialectical schema. -x- SR: Certainly the contention that there are universal values is not settled.
Gary M. Thanks for your response. I assume there will be little agreement though there may well be much said that can contribute to the goal of Triadic Philosophy which is to propound a universally applicable mode of thinking that leads to good expressions and actions. The premise of Triadic
These are important questions: What's the triadic connection to the PM? I see the pragmatic maxim as a foundational insistence that all thought move toward some experimental process by which it can be validated. Thus in matters of religion, which can be described as supposition, the PM might
Dear Gary F. For some reason my reply to your post did not find its way to the list. Here it is again. My apologies. The first premise I start with is that we do think in threes, at least when we are conscious and certainly when we will to do so. The second premise is that if this is so the
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Dear Stephen, List, Gary Richmond wrote, that your triad differs from Peirces. when I first read about your assignment of the triad reality-ethics-esthetics to the categories, I had the impression that it is different from my understanding. But now I think, that assignment of elements of a triad