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    Josiah Royce's Absolute Semiotics: Pragmatism, Phenomenology, and Error.Joseph Dillabough - 2024 - Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society 60 (1):48-76.
    Scholars often argue that Charles Sanders Peirce was responsible for Josiah Royce's semiotic turn in _The Problem of Christianity_ of 1913. Thus scholars tend to assume that a _Roycean_ approach to semiotics was a later development and derives almost entirely from Peirce's semiotics. Far from a later development, Royce probably read Peirce much earlier. Indeed, even before Royce had read Peirce, the kernel of a Rocyean approach to semiotics is found in the dissertation of 1878. Thus the present essay will (...)
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    John Dewey's Objective Semiotics: Existence, Significance, and Intelligence.Joseph Dillabough - 2024 - The Pluralist 19 (2):1-22.
    In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content: There is an abundance of scholarship on John Dewey. Dewey's writings are vast, so scholars try to find the crux that connects their many themes into a distinctive vision for philosophy and life. Many claim that the democratic way of life is the center of Dewey's philosophical vision. Others claim that Dewey's response to Darwin was the impetus for a philosophical experimentalism that could envision a better life (...)
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  3. On the Genealogy of Signification in Peirce's New List of Categories.Joseph Dillabough - 2021 - Cognitio: Journal of Philosophy 22 (1).
    Many scholars believe that "On a New List of Categories" is a metaphysical or transcendental deduction. This essay will argue that Peirce derives the categories by induction and validates their order by precision . Afterwards, the article will draw support from Peirce's youthful and mature writings to explain how the new way of listing the categories can serve as a genealogy of meaning : how different types of terms, propositions and arguments emerge in the reasoning process as different types of (...)
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