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Lecture III 

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Resource ID

737

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Contributed by

Frederik Wellmann

type of material

A. MS. notebook

Category

PRAGMATISM (MS 279-335)

description

This lecture is subtitled: "The Categories Continued." Published: 5.71n (p. 9); 5.82-87 (pp. 16-34). Omitted: the three categories and their degenerate forms, if any. Genuine form of the representamen is the symbol. First and second degenerate forms are the index and icon respectively. Symbol, index, and icon analyzed with regard to degenerate forms. Given the three categories, all possible systems of metaphysics are divided into seven classes, e.g., into systems which admit only one of the three categories (three systems possible), systems which admit only two of the three categories (three systems possible), and that system which admits all three categories. The history of philosophy is examined for examples of each system. Schroeder's argument against admitting the Second Category into logic deemed naive, but not Kempe's argument against the Third Category. Kempe's system of graphs.

general index

Harvard Lectures on Pragmatism, Pragmatism and Pragmaticism

pagination

-

Date

1903

manuscript number

306

publication

G-1903-1

topic

PRAGMATISM / LECTURES ON PRAGMATISM

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yes

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 Public : MS_0306
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