An introduction to C.S. Peirce: philosopher, semiotician, and ecstatic naturalist
Corrington achieves the most judicious presentation of Peirce's philosophy made so far, an ideal introduction for the beginning student and 'balancer' for Peirce sophisticates. -John Deely, Loras College
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abduction Abductive Inference actually analysis antecedent argument Arisbe aspects awareness basic become belief Charles Sanders Peirce clear cognition complex concept consciousness context continuity correlation divine domain dynamic object emerge essay ethical evolution evolutionary existence external feeling forms function future given habits human process iconic ideas indexical individual induction inference infinitesimals inquiry insists insofar interac interpretive musement intuition involves kind Lady Welby legisign logic manifest Max Fisch mediating mental metaphysics method mind move nature necessitarian nominalistic nothingness objective idealism ontological orders panpsychism panpsychist Peirce argues Peirce links perception perceptual judgment percipuum phenomenology philosophy possible pragmaticism pragmaticist pragmatism predication primal principle probability theory pure purpose reality realm reasoning refers relation representamen secondness self-control semiosis sensations sense shape sign relation sign-using Sinsign social structures symbol synechism teleology thirdness thought three categories tion transform triad triadic tures tychism unconscious universe vague