Peirce's Irony

Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society 54 (1):9 (2018)
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But as you know... my style of ‘brilliancy’ consists in a mixture of irony and seriousness,—the same things said ironically and also seriously.Peirce’s philosophical writings are notoriously difficult. The reasons most often cited are the apparent contradictions, the long, inconclusive technical digressions, and the unfinished character of his thought. His champions instead emphasize his originality, arguing that his apparent contradictions often mark traditional dualisms subtly transcended; some discern strands of an uncompleted system. Originality, subtlety, and the need to reconstruct the whole from its fragmentary expressions also pose difficulties, albeit ones rewarding. I think, however, that the problem...



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