Peirce's semiotic version of the semantic tradition in formal logic

Abstract : The aim of the text is not so much to stress the importance of Peirce's formal contributions to the semantic view (Boole, Schröder, Lôwenheim) in formal logic (his treatment of the quantifiers, a correct definition of validity for the sentential calculus, his work in the logic of relations, etc.) as to argue that Peirce's semantic trend is part and parcel of his semiotic treatment of a general theory of meaning, understanding, and interpretation, a theory of how signs function which enables him to classify different sorts of signs in a natural way
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Cooper & Engel. New Inquiries into Meaning and Truth, Harvester Wheatsheaf, St. Martin's Press, pp.187-213, 1991
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Claudine Tiercelin. Peirce's semiotic version of the semantic tradition in formal logic. Cooper & Engel. New Inquiries into Meaning and Truth, Harvester Wheatsheaf, St. Martin's Press, pp.187-213, 1991. 〈ijn_00000210〉

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