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Am. Jour. of Semiotics
Cybernetics & Human Knowing
Semiotica
Int. Jour. of Signs &
Semiotic Systems
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Ency. of CSP
Nordic Studies in
Pragmatism

Signs
Eur. Jour. of Pragmatism
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Pragmatism Today
Semiotics, Evolution,
Energy, & Development

Wirth (abductive inf.)


Peirce-Related Papers

Interpretants of the Works of
CharlesSandersPeirce


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La gestación del razonamiento pragmaticista en Charles S. Peirce: un tratado práctico de lógica y metodología (1867-1883)  [The Making of Pragmaticist Reasoning in Charles S. Peirce: A Practical Treatise on Logic and Methodology (1867-1883)], 2015 dissertation by
MIGUEL ÁNGEL FERNÁNDEZ-PÉREZ
"Educating Firstness: an Enquiry into Peirce’s Domain of Firstness and Its Implications for Aesthetic Education" & "A Dialogue on Inquiry" by
CARY CAMPBELL
"The riddle of the Sphinx answered: On how C. S. Peirce’s transdisciplinary semiotic philosophy of knowing links science and spirituality" and two other articles by
SØREN BRIER
Charles Peirce: The Idea of Representation, 1966 dissertation by
JOSEPH RANSDELL
The Play of Musement in James Joyce's Ulysses, 1983 dissertation by
MARY LIBERTIN
Foreword (English & French) of Logique de la Conception [Logic of Design] by
BERNARD MORAND
"Biosemiotics, Evolution, and Peircean Generalization" & "The Role of Semiosis in Evolution — from Biosemiotics to Technosemiotics" by
ELISEO FERNÁNDEZ
"How Peircean was the '"Fregean" Revolution' in Logic?" by
IRVING ANELLIS
A Philosophical Commentary on C. S. Peirce's “On a New List of Categories”: Exhibiting Logical Structure and Abiding Relevance, 2009 dissertation by
MASATO ISHIDA
"The Status of Irony" by
MARIANNE SHAPIRO
"Paradox: Theme and Semiotic Variations" by
MICHAEL SHAPIRO
"Critical Thinking as ‘Rooted in the Social Principle’ " by GARY RICHMOND


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