Connections: A Defense of Peirce's Category of Thirdness

Aronson, Jerrold L.
June 1969
Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society;Summer1969, Vol. 5 Issue 3, p158
Academic Journal
Distinction between accidental and nonaccidental universe conditionals and category of thirdness from philosopher Charles Peirce. Ultimate forms of expression of statements that describe phenomena; Problems of selectivity in scientific explanation; Sets of conditions and laws which lead to a deduction of the explanandum.


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