Keyword: Phenomenology

Article in Journal | Posted 20/12/2016
Bodie, Graham D., Crick, Nathan (2014). Listening, Hearing, Sensing: Three Modes of Being and the Phenomenology of Charles Sanders Peirce
This article accepts Lipari's invitation to continue rethinking communication along the lines of artful listening as understood through the lens of phenomenology. However, we trace out the...
Encyclopedia Article | Posted 17/10/2016
Gava, Gabriele: "Prescission"

Prescission is a method used by Peirce to separate concepts and ideas from one another and to find hierarchical relationship of dependence among them. In particular, prescission is applied in...

Dictionary Entry | Posted 07/08/2016
Quote from "Reason's Conscience: A Practical Treatise on the Theory of Discovery; Wherein logic is conceived as Semeiotic"

Phenomenology is that branch of philosophy which endeavors to describe in a general way the features of whatever may come before the mind in any way.

Monograph | Posted 19/01/2016
Haas, William P. (1964). The Conception of Law and the Unity of Peirce's Philosophy
Article in Journal | Posted 05/01/2016
Downard, Jeffrey B. (2015). The main questions and aims guiding Peirce’s Phenomenology
The purpose of this paper is to clarify the main questions and aims guiding Charles Sanders Peirce’s phenomenological inquiries concerning the universal categories. The paper divides into four parts...
Article in Journal | Posted 29/12/2015
Harney, Maurita (2015). Naturalizing phenomenology – A philosophical imperative
Phenomenology since Husserl has always had a problematic relationship with empirical science. In its early articulations, there was Husserl's rejection of ‘the scientific attitude’, Merleau-...
Article in Journal | Posted 17/11/2015
Sørensen, Bent, Thellefsen, Torkild (2015). Questions toward a Peircean phenomenological description of association
According to the philosopher and scientist Charles Peirce (1839-1914) phenomenology is fundamental to all scientific inquiry and association is the only force that exists within the intellect....
Dictionary Entry | Posted 04/05/2015
Quote from "A Suggested Classification of the Sciences"

Phenomenology […] examines the objects before the mind and ascertains what are the categories of elements found everywhere

Manuscript | Posted 04/05/2015
Peirce, Charles S. (nd). A Suggested Classification of the Sciences. MS [R] 1339

Robin Catalogue:
A. MS., n.p., n.d., pp. 1-13; 1-6.
Some of the ways in which CSP’s scheme differs from other schemes. CSP’s point of departure is Comte. Division of science...

Dictionary Entry | Posted 07/01/2015
Quote from "Lowell Lectures on Some Topics of Logic Bearing on Questions Now Vexed. Part 1 of 3rd draught of 3rd Lecture"

Phenomenology is the science which describes the different kinds of elements that are always present in the Phenomenon, meaning by the Phenomenon whatever is before...

Monograph | Posted 23/12/2014
Rosensohn, William L. (1974). The Phenomenology of Charles S. Peirce: From the Doctrine of Categories to Phaneroscopy
Article in Journal | Posted 16/11/2014
Lanigan, Richard (2014). Peirce and the Cenoscopic Science of Signs
Peirce uses the covering term Semiotic to include his major divisions of thought and communication process: (1) Speculative Grammar, or the study of beliefs independent of the structure of language (...
Article in Journal | Posted 30/10/2014
Fuhrman, Gary (2013). Peirce's Retrospectives on his Phenomenological Quest
The late Joseph Ransdell's advocacy for a 'unitary interpretation' of the work of C.S. Peirce found expression in a 1989 paper where he declared Peirce's 1867 essay 'On a New...
Manuscript | Posted 28/09/2014
Peirce, Charles S. (1903). Lowell Lectures. 1903. Lecture 3. MS [R] 459

Robin Catalogue:
A. MS., notebook, n.p., 1903, pp. 1-41.
The words “Won’t do” (by CSP) appear on the cover of the notebook. Definition of “mathematics.” Denial that mathematics...

Dictionary Entry | Posted 06/02/2013
Quote from "Syllabus: Syllabus of a course of Lectures at the Lowell Institute beginning 1903, Nov. 23. On Some Topics of Logic"

Philosophy is divided into (a) Phenomenology; (b) Normative Science; (c) Metaphysics.

Phenomenology ascertains and studies the kinds of...

Dictionary Entry | Posted 06/02/2013
Quote from "Harvard Lectures on Pragmatism: Lecture I"

But before we can attack any normative science, any science which proposes to separate the sheep from the goats, it is plain that there must be a preliminary inquiry which shall justify the...

Dictionary Entry | Posted 06/02/2013
Quote from "Harvard Lectures on Pragmatism: Lecture II"

A very moderate exercise of this third faculty suffices to show us that the word Category bears substantially the same meaning with all philosophers. For Aristotle, for Kant, and for...

Dictionary Entry | Posted 06/02/2013
Quote from "Minute Logic: Chapter II. Prelogical Notions. Section I. Classification of the Sciences (Logic II)"

The first of these is Phenomenology, or the Doctrine of Categories, whose business it is to unravel the tangled skein [of] all that in any sense appears and wind...

Dictionary Entry | Posted 06/02/2013
Quote from "Minute Logic: Chapter II. Section II. Why Study Logic? "

If this be so, and if the scheme of classification of the sciences that has been proposed be correct, it will follow that there are but five theoretical sciences which do not more or less depend...

Dictionary Entry | Posted 06/02/2013
Quote from "Minute Logic: Chapter II. Section II. Why Study Logic? "

In the derivation of this word, “phenomenon” is to be understood in the broadest sense conceivable; so that phenomenology might rather be defined as the study of what seems...