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Charles S. Peirce's Evolutionary Philosophy

Carl R. Hausman
Format
Book
Published
Cambridge [England] ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1997.
Edition
1st paperback ed
Language
English
ISBN
0521597366 (pbk.)
Contents
  • Interpretive Orientation xiii
  • Origins of Pragmaticism 5
  • Semeiotic and Pragmaticism 8
  • Phenomenological Categories and Semeiotic 9
  • Foundations in Synechism 14
  • 1 Origins of Pragmaticism 20
  • Belief and the Logic of Inquiry 21
  • Pragmatic Maxim 37
  • Pragmaticism as a Realism or an Objective Idealism 51
  • 2 Pragmaticism and Semeiotic 57
  • Thoughts Are Signs 57
  • Anti-Cartesian Basis of Pragmaticism and Semeiotic 60
  • Signs and Their Conditions 67
  • Incipient Signs and Semeiotic Processes 74
  • Representation 75
  • Interpretants and Objects 79
  • Classes of Signs 84
  • 3 Categories and the Phenomenology 94
  • Nature and Function of Philosophical Categories 94
  • Origin of the Categories in "On a New List of Categories" 96
  • From the Categories of the "New List" to the Phenomenology 107
  • Origin and Scope of Peirce's Phenomenology 108
  • Phenomenological Description 113
  • Foundational Role of Phenomenology 113
  • Aim, Method, and Scope of Phenomenology 116
  • Categories Phenomenologically Described 120
  • 4 Synechism and Peirce's Evolutionary Realism 140
  • Epistemological Realist and Metaphysical Idealist or Epistemological Idealist and Metaphysical Realist? 143
  • Terms Idealism and Realism 143
  • Peirce as Idealist 147
  • Passages Supportive of Peirce's Realism 150
  • Anti-idealism 153
  • Spontaneity, Synechism, and Evolution: The Realism at the Foundation of Pragmaticism 168
  • Attack on Necessitarianism 169
  • Agape 173
  • Spontaneity and Continuity 177
  • 5 Evolutionary Realism and the Linguistic Turn 194
  • An Overview of the Issue 197
  • Rorty's Contingency View of Language 201
  • Davidson's View 206
  • Putnam's Realism 209
  • Peircean Picture 214
  • Dynamical Object as an "External" World 214
  • Ideal Limit and Convergence 215
  • Local Extralinguistic Constraints 221.
Description
xvii, 230 p. ; 24 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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