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Recently linked at Arisbe: new papers by ELISEO FERNÁNDEZ; all his papers at Linda Hall now linked also at Arisbe; and the paper "The Greatest Living American Philosopher" (now easier to access online) by JOSIAH LEE AUSPITZ...
Links to peirce-l threads of the Peirce Centennial Seminar on Peirce: A Guide for the Perplexed by CORNELIS de WAAL...
New page begun at Arisbe: Images of Peirce's Marginalia...
Spinoza, Leibniz, & Wolff used repraesentamen in their Latin...


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Virtuality, Communication, and Community

Quote from Peirce.

   Thought is what it is only by virtue of its addressing a future thought which is in its value as thought identical with it, though more developed.  In this way, the existence of thought now depends on what is to be hereafter; so that it has only a potential existence, dependent on the future thought of the community.

   No present actual thought (which is [in itself] a mere feeling) has any meaning, any intellectual value; for this lies not in what is actually thought, but in what this thought may be connected with in representation by subsequent thoughts, so that the meaning of a thought is altogether something virtual.

   Accordingly, just as we say that a body is in motion, and not that motion is in a body, we ought to say that we are in thought, and not that thoughts are in us.

— Charles Sanders Peirce, Writings 2: 241, 227, 227n


BORROMEAN RINGS: no two hold together except by the mediation of a third


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Joseph Ransdell  June 5, 1931 – Dec. 27, 2010

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Professor Emeritus
Dept of Philosophy Texas Tech University
Lubbock, Texas 79409 U.S.A.

Ransdell's Professional HOME PAGE:
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Jerry Dozoretz  Jan. 11, 1947 – Aug. 5, 2011
Friend, collaborator, and fellow TPG officer

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