Existential graphs and proofs of pragmaticism

Semiotica 2011 (186):421-439 (2011)

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Jaime Nubiola
Universidad de Navarra
Fernando Zalamea
Universidad Nacional de Colombia
Abstract
We show how Peirce's architectonics folds on itself and finds local consequences that correspond to the major global hypotheses of the system. In particular, we study how the pragmaticist maxim can be technically represented in Peirce's existential graphs, well-suited to reveal an underlying continuity in logical operations, and can provide suggestive philosophical analogies. Further, using the existential graphs, we formalize — and prove one direction of — a “local proof of pragmaticism,” trying thus to explain the prominent place that existential graphs can play in the architectonics of pragmaticism, as Peirce persistently advocated. Finally, we present a web of “continuous iterations” of some key Peircean concepts that supports a “lattice of partial proofs” of pragmaticism
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DOI 10.1515/semi.2011.062
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