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  • Wikipedia has an article on: Peirce's law Wikipedia Named after the logician and philosopher Charles Sanders Peirce. Peirce's law ‎(uncountable) (logic)
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  • logical argument). circa 1897: Charles Sanders Peirce [aut.] and Justus Buchler [ed.], Philosophical Writings of Peirce, chapter 7: “Logic as Semiotic:
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  • phrase a certain way, especially with an unusual wording. 1867, Charles Sanders Peirce, On a New List of Categories: Abstraction or prescision ought to
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  • that is the result of perceiving something. [from 19th c.] 1901, Charles Sanders Peirce, Grammar of Science: I see an inkstand on the table: that is a percept
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  • article on: pragmaticism Wikipedia pragmatic +‎ -ism, coined by Charles Sanders Peirce to distinguish his pragmatic philosophy from pragmatism. pragmaticism
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  • Wikipedia has an article on: semiosis Wikipedia Coined by Charles Sanders Peirce to describe a process that interprets signs as referring to their objects
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  • denounced him as the traitor Lafayette. 1940, Charles Sanders Peirce, Philosophical Writings of Peirce, page 270, Chauncey Wright, something of a philosophical
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  • Ancient Greek συνεχής ‎(sunekhḗs, “continuous”) + -ism, coined by Charles Sanders Peirce. synechism ‎(uncountable) (philosophy) The tendency to regard
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  • 1913/1998, Charles Sanders Peirce, "An Essay toward Improving Our Reasoning in Security and in Uberty" (1913), first published in The Essential Peirce: Selected
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  • infinitieth ‎(not comparable) At position infinity in a sequence. Charles Sanders Peirce Every number whose expression in decimals requires but a finite
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  • ‎(túkhē, “chance”), and -ism; proposed by the American philosopher Charles Sanders Peirce. tychism ‎(usually uncountable, plural tychisms) A theory suggesting
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  • Benjamins Publishing Company, ISBN 978-90-272-4350-8, pages 29–30: [Charles Sanders] Peirce argues that common and proper nouns function typically as indices
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