The Existential Graphs of Charles S. Peirce Ben Dell' Intelletto

@inproceedings{FischTheEG,
  title={The Existential Graphs of Charles S. Peirce Ben Dell' Intelletto},
  author={Max Fisch}
}
ions, including qualities and relations and graphs themselves as subjects to be reasoned about. To do this he invented new spots, new ligatures, new cuts, and new sheets of assertion. It is one of the Gamma cuts that provides a rust graphical treatment of modality. The fullest exposition of Gamma was prepared for the Lowell Lectures, delivered in November and December of 1903. The surviving manuscripts, Mss 447-478, contain also a full and careful exposition of the rest of EG (which was heavily… CONTINUE READING
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