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Fri Mar 21 17:15:03 2014 UTClccn-n790342650.33Semiotische Schriften0.580.94The Charles S. Peirce papers89203252Charles_Sanders_Peircen 79034265267869Charles S. PeirceCharles Sanders PeircePeirce, C. S.Peirce, C. S. 1839-1914Peirce, C. S. (Charles Sanders), 1839-1914Peirce, Charles S.Peirce, Charles S., 1839-1914Peirce, Charles S. (Charles Sanders), 1839-1914Peirce, Charles SandersPeirce, Charles Sanders, 1839-1914Peirce, Charles Sanders Santiago 1839-1914Peirce, Charles Santiago SandersPeirce, Charles Santiago Sanders, 1839-1914Peirce, Charlz S. 1839-1914Peirse, Ch. S. 1839-1914Pierce, Charles Sanders, 1839-1914Pirs, Čarl'z Sanders.Pirs, Charles S.Pirs, Charlz S.Pirs, Charlz S., 1839-1914Pʻo-erh-ssu, 1839-1914Pʻo-erh-ssu, Chʻa-li-ssu, 1839-1914Sanders Peirce, Charles 1839-1914パース, チャールズ・Slccn-n88103289Liszka, James Jakób1950-lccn-n2010042725Moore, Matthew E.1958-edtlccn-n85110121Pharies, David A.lccn-n78003953Kevelson, Robertalccn-nb2001053631Boulting, Noellccn-n50028359Hartshorne, Charles1897-2000othedtlccn-n82018171Ketner, Kenneth Laineauiedtlccn-n89643639Marty, Robert1936-lccn-n78095539James, William1842-1910clblccn-n79058622Whitehead, Alfred North1861-1947Peirce, Charles S.(Charles Sanders)1839-1914HistoryBibliographyFictionConference proceedingsManuscriptsMiscellaneaBiographyPeirce, Charles S.--(Charles Sanders),SemioticsPragmatismScience--PhilosophyMetaphysicsPostmodernismPhilosophy, ModernMathematics--PhilosophyMethodologyInterpretation (Philosophy)Art--PhilosophyPhilosophy and scienceMathematicsPhilosophyUnited StatesPhilosophersKetner, Kenneth LainePercy, Walker,Semantics (Philosophy)ScienceSenses and sensationScientistsSemanticsArithmeticLogic, Symbolic and mathematicalAlgebraGeometryLight absorptionKnowledge, Theory ofCassirer, Ernst,TranscendentalismPhilosophy, AmericanDescartes, René,AirLogicPhysics--Philosophy18391914186718701873187718781880188318841885188619011903192319311932193319341935194019411942194519461947194919501951195219531955195619571958196019611962196319641965196619671968196919701971197219731974197519761977197819791980198119821983198419851986198719881989199019911992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201120122013149714961115191B945.P43ocn003409122ocn005004846ocn785770521ocn462050663ocn310953653ocn461903051ocn444443332ocn816871399ocn048283527ocn762098001ocn642196290ocn832311155ocn832311145ocn256496472ocn256496904ocn444442156ocn441607637ocn54100498213039ocn669512771file20100.47Peirce, Charles SPhilosophy of mathematics selected writingsThe philosophy of mathematics plays a vital role in the mature philosophy of Charles S. Peirce. Peirce received rigorous mathematical training from his father and his philosophy carries on in decidedly mathematical and symbolic veins. For Peirce, math was a philosophical tool and many of his most productive ideas rest firmly on the foundation of mathematical principles. This volume collects Peirce's most important writings on the subject, many appearing in print for the first time. Peirce's determination+-+101777807548919ocn002164897book19760.70Peirce, Charles SThe new elements of mathematicsMiscellanea4134ocn038286512book19980.66Ketner, Kenneth LaineHis glassy essence : an autobiography of Charles Sanders PeirceBiographyFiction+-+68686017353648ocn000257125book19720.59Peirce, Charles SCharles S. Peirce: the essential writings"Physicist, mathematician, and logician Charles S. Peirce (1839-1914) was America's first internationally recognized philosopher, the man who created the concept of "pragmatism," later popularized by William James. Charles S. Peirce: The Essential Writings is a comprehensive collection of the philosopher's writings, including: "Questions Concerning Certain Faculties Claimed for Man" (1868), which outlines his theory of knowledge; a review of the works of George Berkeley; papers from between 1877 and 1905 developing the ground of pragmatism and Peirce's theory of scientific inquiry; his basic concept of metaphysics (1891-93); and the important 1902 articles in Baldwin's dictionary on his later pragmatism (or pragmaticism), uniformity, and synechism. Included are Peirce's well-known essays: "The Fixation of Belief" and "How to Make Our Ideas Clear." Book jacket."--BOOK JACKET+-+51077482063525ocn034515510book19970.76Peirce, Charles SPragmatism as a principle and method of right thinking : the 1903 Harvard lectures on pragmatismThis is a study edition of Charles Sanders Peirce's manuscripts for lectures on pragmatism given in spring 1903 at Harvard University. Excerpts from these writings have been published elsewhere but in abbreviated form. Turrisi has edited the manuscripts for publication and has written a series of notes that illuminate the historical, scientific, and philosophical contexts of Peirce's references in the lectures. She has also written a Preface that describes the manner in which the lectures came to be given, including an account of Peirce's life and career pertinent to understanding the philosopher himself. Turrisi's introduction interprets Peirce's brand of pragmatism within his system of logic and philosophy of science as well as within general philosophical principles+-+61178964252136ocn012052945book19850.88Peirce, Charles SHistorical perspectives on Peirce's logic of science : a history of scienceHistory+-+89850744351773ocn012415835book18850.63Peirce, Charles SOn small differences of sensation1563ocn012602960book19010.56Peirce, Charles SThe century's great men in science1205ocn002488392book19530.92Peirce, Charles SLetters to Lady Welby1193ocn002331923book19760.84Peirce, Charles SMathematical philosophy1052ocn002151110book19760.81Peirce, Charles SArithmetic904ocn002318003book19760.84Peirce, Charles SMathematical miscellanea874ocn417261741book19840.73Peirce, Charles STextes anticartésiens854ocn003397388book19760.84Peirce, Charles SAlgebra and geometry8224ocn831232392book19230.47Peirce, Charles SChance, love, and logic philosophical essaysBibliography"Chance, Love, and Logic Contains two books by Charles Sanders Peirce (1839-1914) that are among his most important and widely influential. The first is Illustrations of the Logic of Science. The opening chapters, "The Fixation of Belief" and "How to Make Our Ideas Clear," mark the beginning of pragmatism. The second presents Peirce's innovative and influential essays on scientific metaphysics."--Jacket+-+2730170305324772ocn263098526book19860.33Peirce, Charles SSemiotische Schriften768ocn165571491book19900.33Peirce, Charles SSemiotische Schriften7610ocn237373806book19930.33Peirce, Charles SSemiotische Schriften663ocn003409122book19030.92Schumann, VictorOn the absorption and emission of air and its ingredients for light of wave-lengths from 250 [Greek letters mu mu] to 100 [Greek letters mu mu]582ocn491454195book20020.47Peirce, Charles SOeuvres philosophiquesPrésente les multiples facettes de la pensée de C.S. Peirce, fondateur du pragmatisme, en deux parties : un ensemble de textes retraçant de manière chronologique l'élaboration progressive du pragmatisme peircien entre 1868 et 1879, puis les 7 conférences prononcées en 1903 à Harvard sur la complicité et la spécificité de sa théorie du pragmaticisme16452ocn042328441file19960.47Liszka, James JakóbA general introduction to the semeiotic of Charles Sanders PeirceNext, in a chapter on grammar, Liszka explores Peirce's notions of the essential characteristics of signs, their principal components, sign typology, and classification. This is followed by a discussion of critical logic, the proper use of signs in the investigation of the nature of things. Finally, Liszka explains universal rhetoric - the use of signs within discourse communities, the nature of communication, and the character of communities best suited to promote fruitful inquiry9652ocn774384475file19850.53Pharies, David ACharles S. Peirce and the linguistic signHistoryThis monograph is about the semiotics of lexical signs, and is of particular interest for historical linguists, in particular those interested in etymology. Specialists in linguistic change have long noticed that certain classes of words seem to be in part exempt from regular patterns of sound change, or perhaps more likely to undergo unusual analogical shifts. The problem is far worse for the etymologist, since the lexicon of every language contains some hundreds of semiotically problematic vocables which must, if the etymological dictionaries are ever to be completed, be explained somehow. Always been struck by the sheer capriciousness of etymologies in which some sort of unusual form-meaning relations are involved, the author, with the help of C.S. Peirce, provides answers to crucial questions in his search to make sense of those capricious etymologies9262ocn769190389file19870.53Kevelson, RobertaCharles S. Peirce's method of methodsIn all disciplines there are specifiable basic concepts, our universes of discourse, which define special areas of inquiry. Semiotics is that 'science of sciences' which inquires into all processes of inquiry, and which seeks to discover methods of inquiry. Peirce held that semiotics was to be the method of methods. An account of semiotic method should distinguish between the way the term 'sign' is used in semiotics and the various ways this term was meant in nearly all the traditional disciplines. In this monograph Roberta Kevelson minutely explores Charles S. Peirce's method of methods8794ocn614557674file20060.50Boulting, NoelOn interpretative activity a Peircian approach to the interpretation of science, technology, and the artsUsing the ideas of the American scientist and philosopher Charles Sanders Peirce, three conceptions of interpretation can be distinguished: the Iconic, the Indexical and the Intellective. This trichotomy is based on Peirce's use of his sign theory and his logic of scientific discovery. The Iconic captures what is valuable in itself for an individual interpreter as opposed to the Indexical which is available for public appreciation as an outcome beyond Interpretative activities. The Intellective extends the Iconic to include the interpretative activities of groups of interpreters employing appropriate methods of inquiry in a more rigorous and rational way. Such distinctions can be used in confronting certain problems in science, technology and the arts+-+94590695547322ocn774285627com19900.39Marty, RobertL'algèbre des signes essai de sémiotique scientifique d'après Charles Sanders Peirce5681ocn025246239book19930.47Griffin, David RayFounders of constructive postmodern philosophy Peirce, James, Bergson, Whitehead, and HartshorneIn presenting Peirce, James, Bergson, Whitehead, and Hartshorne as members of a common and distinctively postmodern trajectory, this book casts the thought of each of them in a new light. It also suggests a new direction for the philosophical community as a whole, now that the various forms of modern philosophy, and even the deconstructive form of postmodern philosophy, are widely perceived to be dead-ends. This new option offers the possibility that philosophy may recover its role as critic and guide within the more general culture, a recovery that is desperately needed in these perilous times. -- Back cover4672ocn023462965book19910.70Peirce, Charles SPeirce on signs : writings on semiotic+-+87989325352803ocn032347456book19950.76Ketner, Kenneth LaineA thief of Peirce : the letters of Kenneth Laine Ketner and Walker PercyRecords and correspondence2471ocn030623453book19950.84Merrell, FloydSemiosis in the postmodern age"Who are we to suppose we are capable of comprehending the world of which we are a part, and what is the world to suppose it can be understood by us, minuscule and insignificant spatiotemporal warps contained within it?" This provocative question opens Floyd Merrell's study of postmodernism and the thought of Charles Sanders Peirce, part of the author's ongoing effort to understand our contemporary cultural and intellectual environment. The specific focus in this interdisciplinary study is the modernism/postmodernism dichotomy and Peirce's precocious realization that the world does not lend itself to the simplistic binarism of modernist thought. In Merrell's examination of postmodern phenomena, the reader is taken through various facets of the cognitive sciences, philosophy of science, mathematics, and literary theory+-+90058020063242192ocn000888952book19410.81Galois lectures1565ocn033079697book19950.86Peirce's doctrine of signs : theory, applications, and connectionsConference proceedings+-+K7079656681392ocn005678811book19790.81Texas Tech UniversityStudies in Peirce's semiotic : a symposiumHistoryConference proceedings872ocn708321660book19900.66Everaert-Desmedt, NicoleLe processus interprétatif introduction à la sémiotique de Ch. S. Peirce572ocn091796315book20070.79Andermatt, AloisSemiotik und das Erbe der Transzendentalphilosophie : die semiotischen Theorien von Ernst Cassirer und Charles Sanders Peirce im Vergleich444ocn002521191book19660.94Peirce, Charles SThe Charles S. Peirce papersManuscripts402ocn022275663book19900.84Fisette, JeanIntroduction à la sémiotique de C.S. Peirce383ocn695530584book20100.84Colagè, IvanInterazione e inferenza : epistemologia scientifica ispirata al pensiero di Ch. S. Peirce361ocn489263052book19750.88Thibaud, PierreLa logique de Charles Sanders Peirce : de l'algèbre aux graphes352ocn034544667book19950.88Fumagalli, ArmandoIl reale nel linguaggio : indicalità e realismo nella semiotica di Peirce161ocn005728091book19780.92Tordera, AntonioHacia una semiótica pragmática : el signo en Ch. S. Peirce+-+6868601735+-+6868601735Fri Mar 21 15:10:37 EDT 2014batch40193