de Moor De Tienne
Garson Gomes Gonzalez Grace
Hartshorne Haselager Hoffmann Hoffmeyer Hofkirchner
Minnich de Moor Morand
Nubiola Nunes de Castro
Pihlström Potter Purcell
Sarbo von Schiller
Shelley Shepperson Shields Shook
Thellefsen Thompson Tomaselli Tremblay
Am. Jour. of Semiotics
Cybernetics & Human Knowing
Int. Jour. of Signs &
Ency. of CSP
Nordic Studies in
|Eur. Jour. of Pragmatism |
& Am. Philos.
Energy, & Development
Wirth (abductive inf.)
|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
|"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
|Charles Peirce: The Idea of Representation, 1966 dissertation by
|The Play of Musement in James Joyce's Ulysses, 1983 dissertation by
|Foreword (English & French) of Logique de la Conception [Logic of Design] by
|"Biosemiotics, Evolution, and Peircean Generalization" & "The Role of Semiosis in Evolution — from Biosemiotics to Technosemiotics" by
|"How Peircean was the '"Fregean" Revolution' in Logic?" by
A Philosophical Commentary on C. S. Peirce's “On a New List of Categories”: Exhibiting Logical Structure and Abiding Relevance, 2009 dissertation by
|"The Status of Irony" by
|"Paradox: Theme and Semiotic Variations" by |
|"Critical Thinking as ‘Rooted in the Social Principle’ " by GARY RICHMOND|
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