C.S. Peirce

Categories to Contantinople. Proceedings of the International Symposium on Peirce, Leuven 1997

Jaap Van Brakel (Author), M. Van Heerden (Author),

Series: Louvain Philosophical Studies 13

Category: Philosophy

Language: English

ISBN: 9789061869399

Publication date: March 2, 1999

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Size: 240 x 160 x mm

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This book contains the contributions to an international symposium on Charles Sanders Peirce (1839-1914). Notwithstanding that much of Peirce’s philosophical writings still are to be published, his contributions to contemporary philosophy can be felt in almost every field.

The symposium was held at the Institute of Philosophy of the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven in May 1997. Its express aim was to examine Peirce’s thought in terms of both its historical integrity and in the application of his thought to current problems. The contributions to this book present a comprehensive portrayal of the metaphysical and epistemologiecal strands in the thought of this multi-faceted thinker.

Michael van Heerden,
Introduction

Guy Debrock
Peirce’s Category of Secondness and Information

Jaap van Brakel
Peirce’s Natural Kinds

Luciano Floridi
The Importance of Being Earnest: Scepticism and the Limits of Fallibilism in Peirce

Michael van Heerden
Reason and Instinct

Ralf Müller
Peirce’s Existential Graphs: First Inquiries towards a Proper Understanding

Menno Hulswit
Semeiotic, Causation, and Semeiotic Causation

Els Wouters
Creative Abduction in the Detective Story

Gérard Deldedalle
Peirce, Theologian

Jaap Van Brakel

M. Van Heerden

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