PEIRCE-L - The Philosophy of Charles S. Peirce

Subject: PEIRCE-L - The Philosophy of Charles S. Peirce
From: Mick Souder <MASOUDER -at- ALEX -dot- STKATE -dot- EDU>
Date: Tue, 3 Aug 1993 11:37:10 -0500

I thought this list might interest tech communicators and a couple of REAL
tech writers too.

Mick Souder
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Date: Tue, 3 Aug 1993 11:07:55 CDT
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An Open Forum for Discussion of the Philosophy of Charles S. Peirce

This list is open to the discussion of all topics pertaining to the
work of the American philosopher/logician/scientist Charles Sanders
Peirce. Since Peirce is especially associated not only with topics
in logic and the philosophy of science, but also with theory of
representation and interpretation ("semiotic"), and with the
conception of thought as essentially communicational and social, it
is likely that the list will be highly interdisciplinary in character.
This will be encouraged; but the intention is to keep a continuing
focus on the philosophical basis of his thought as well, and to
sustain discussion which is philosophical in type: no empty
rhetoric, no dogmatism, no personal attacks in lieu of reasoned
arguments, and a standing willingness not only to be critical but to
receive and even seek out criticism as well.

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