Dualism and Trimorphism in Peirce's Triadic Logic

Turquette, Atwell R.
June 1972
Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society;Summer1972, Vol. 8 Issue 3, p131
Academic Journal
Reveals a network of trimorphic relations which inheres in Charles Peirce's basic set of operators for triadic logic. Characteristics of dualism; Properties of duals that are analogous to those of classical logic; Use of bracket-free notation.


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