Peirce and Contemporary Thought: Philosophical Inquiries (Google eBook)

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Fordham Univ Press, 1995 - Philosophy - 444 pages
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In this volume, a distinguished panel of essayists address many key issues in Peirce's thought, such as continuum, logic, religion and communication. This is the first in the American Philosophy Series.
  

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Contents

Peirces Continuum
1
Peirces Logic
23
Peirces Underestimated Place in the History of Logic A Response to Quine
32
Induction According to Peirce
59
On Peirce on Induction A Response to Levi
94
PEIRCE AND SCIENCE
101
Peirce on the Validation of Science
103
Peirce on the Reliability of Science A Response to Rescher
113
Peirce and Communication
243
A Response to Habermas
267
Peirce on Language and Reference
272
History as Theory One Linguists View
304
PEIRCE AND METAPHYSICS
313
Peirce and Idealism
315
A Response to Savan
329
Peirces and Religion Between Two Forms of Religious Belief
339

Charles S Peirce Mathematician
120
Peirce at the Intersection of Mathematics and Philosophy A Response to Eisele
132
Peirce and History of Science
146
Discussion Peirce and the History of Science
196
PEIRCE AND SEMEIOSIS
203
Unlimited Semeiosis and Drift Pragmaticism vs Pragmatism
205
Indexicality
222
A Response to Hartshorne
356
Transcendential Semiotics and Hypothetical Metaphysics of Evolution A Peircean or QuasiPeircean Answer to a Recurrent Problem of PostKantian P...
366
Metaphysics Science and SelfControl A Response to Apel
398
Bibliography
417
List of Contributors
439
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Kenneth Laine Ketner is Professor of Philosophy at Texas Tech University.

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