Re: [PEIRCE-L] Articles on existential graphs and related systems

2018-04-16 Thread Stephen C. Rose
There's a lot beyond what you have said that is suggestive. But I will say just two things. If I was starting from scratch I would recognize a division between any contrived or explicit or mathematical or scientific language that is logically consistent and what I would call normal language or

Re: [PEIRCE-L] Articles on existential graphs and related systems

2018-04-16 Thread Jerry Rhee
Dear Stephen, list, Your words are lovely. But pray tell, would you accept the following assertion as one that pragmaticists would boast themselves to be? *'the holdings of a person are just if he is entitled to them by the principles of justice in acquisition and transfer .. .'?* With

Re: [PEIRCE-L] Articles on existential graphs and related systems

2018-04-16 Thread Stephen C. Rose
John, my reply to Jerry sort of thoughts on the idea of two logics. Unfortunately, I replied first to Jerry and managed to lose your note to which I was going to reply. I have been online forever but have no idea what happened. Here is a bit that may explain what I am about. Reality is all. All

Re: Re: [PEIRCE-L] Articles on existential graphs and related systems

2018-04-16 Thread Edwina Taborsky
BODY { font-family:Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif;font-size:12px; }John - what's the difference between a 'language game' and a 'grammatical sentence'? Thanks Edwina On Mon 16/04/18 12:05 AM , John F Sowa s...@bestweb.net sent: Jerry, Stephen, and Helmut, In his

Re: [PEIRCE-L] Articles on existential graphs and related systems

2018-04-16 Thread John F Sowa
Edwina and Stephen, ET what's the difference between a 'language game' and a 'grammatical sentence'? A sentence is just one move in a language game. For more about Wittgenstein's language games and their relationship to logic and computer programs, see the article "Language Games, Natural

Re: [PEIRCE-L] Articles on existential graphs and related systems

2018-04-16 Thread Jerry LR Chandler
Stephen, John: > On Apr 14, 2018, at 11:57 AM, Stephen C. Rose wrote: > > Words, as noted, are often a frail reed but they have a purpose. This is a very clever phrase; I like it very much. Do you think that all of academic philosophy (not just the ones that post here)

Re: [PEIRCE-L] Articles on existential graphs and related systems

2018-04-16 Thread Jerry Rhee
Dear Stephen, list, Thanks for that clear response, With best wishes, Jerry R On Mon, Apr 16, 2018 at 1:47 PM, Stephen C. Rose wrote: > Absolutely. The words are from my Kindle book Tractatus which is clearly > related to Wittgenstein. > > amazon.com/author/stephenrose >

Re: [PEIRCE-L] Articles on existential graphs and Musement

2018-04-16 Thread John F Sowa
Stephen and Jerry LRC, I changed the subject line of this note to replace "related systems" with "Musement", which is closer to the word 'Spiel' in Wittgenstein's 'Sprachspiel' than to the word 'game' in 'language game'. Stephen, if you lost my previous note, just look at the copy that is

Aw: Re: [PEIRCE-L] Articles on existential graphs and related systems

2018-04-16 Thread Helmut Raulien
John, list,   You wrote:   " HR > graphs, as most mathematic symbol language too, does not symbolize > time (continuity)? But: Might it not be possible to do that, by > inventing symbols for time and its flow?   Scientists use the symbol 't' and predicates spelled T-I-M-E in mathematics.

[PEIRCE-L] 6th School on Universal Logic - Vichy, June 16-20, 2018

2018-04-16 Thread jean-yves beziau
In exactly two months will start in Vichy, France the 6th School on Universal Logic http://www.uni-log.org/ULS6 This is a 5-day school with 30 tutorials on all aspects of logic (historical, philosophical, mathematical, computational) given by scholars from all over the world. The school will

[PEIRCE-L] Re: Theme One • A Program Of Inquiry

2018-04-16 Thread Jon Awbrey
Theme One • A Program Of Inquiry : 13 http://inquiryintoinquiry.com/2018/04/16/theme-one-%e2%80%a2-a-program-of-inquiry-13/ Peircers, The abstract character of the cactus language relative to its logical interpretations makes it possible to give abstract rules of equivalence for transforming

Re: Aw: Re: [PEIRCE-L] Articles on existential graphs and related systems

2018-04-16 Thread John F Sowa
On 4/16/2018 5:33 PM, Helmut Raulien wrote: Maybe temporality, that what distinguishes "t" from "x,y,z", is the essence of mind? I think we've exhausted most of the issues. If you want one word, I'd say semeiotic. John - PEIRCE-L subscribers: Click on "Reply

Re: [PEIRCE-L] Articles on existential graphs and related systems

2018-04-16 Thread Stephen C. Rose
To speak of good as prior to logic is perhaps wrong. I claim logic is good. Good is only prior to logic in the sense that it represents what metaphysics used to see as the end of things. I see dualisms as eliminated by triadic thought. So, for example, metaphysics and logic coexist triadically.