A sketch of Peirce’s Firstness and its significance to art

@article{Gorle2009ASO,
  title={A sketch of Peirce’s Firstness and its significance to art},
  author={D. L. Gorl{\'e}e},
  journal={Sign Systems Studies},
  year={2009},
  volume={37},
  pages={205-269}
}
This essay treats the growth and development of Charles S. Peirce’s three categories, particularly studying the qualities of Peirce’s Firstness , a basic formula of “airy-nothingness” (CP: 6.455) serving as fragment to Secondness and Thirdness . The categories of feeling, willing, and knowing are not separate entities but work in interaction within the three interpretants. Interpretants are triadomaniac elements through the adopted, revised, or changed habits of belief. In works of art, the… Expand
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