Grazer Philosophische Studien 32 (1):37-49 (1988)

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This paper sketches out Peirce's "theory of indeterminacy" as part of a larger "triadic" theory within the context of the semiotic. It then examines the theory of the object in his later work, emphasizing the difference between immediate and dynamical object. The role of collateral experience is discussed. Connections are drawn between Peircean indeterminacy and Kant. The relationship of the indeterminate to contradiction and excluded middle is discussed. 'Determination', 'vagueness', and 'generality' are discussed in detail in the context established in this paper
Keywords Analytic Philosophy
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ISBN(s) 0165-9227
DOI 10.5840/gps1988323
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