# Vague

Keyword: Vague

 Dictionary Entry | Posted 21/08/2017 Quote from "Topics: Chapter I. Singular Systems" …an assertion is comprehensive in so far as it extends the person to whom it is addressed a certain latitude in the interpretation of it; it is vague in so far as it... preview Manuscript | Posted 21/08/2017 Peirce, Charles S. (1903 [c.]). Topics. Chapter I. Singular Systems. MS [R] 151 Robin Catalogue: A. MS., n.p., n.d., 3 pp. Firstness, or qualities, are positive albeit vague determinations. Vagueness and generality discriminated. preview Dictionary Entry | Posted 21/08/2017 Quote from "Foundations of Mathematics [R]" If a sign allows a latitude of choice to the utterer in certain respects and within certain limits, as to what its object or meaning shall be, it may be called vague... preview Dictionary Entry | Posted 21/08/2017 Quote from "Foundations of Mathematics [R]" If a sign allows the utterer a certain latitude of choice as to what his meaning may be; so that he may perhaps defend its applicability in several ways […] then the sign... preview Dictionary Entry | Posted 21/08/2017 Quote from "Foundations of Mathematics [R]" If a sign is apt to represent many things, the option as to what single thing it shall be taken to represent may be reserved by the utterer of it, to whom it naturally... preview Dictionary Entry | Posted 20/08/2017 Quote from "Issues of Pragmaticism" Every utterance naturally leaves the right of further exposition in the utterer; and therefore, in so far as a sign is indeterminate, it is vague, unless it is expressly or by a well-understood... preview Dictionary Entry | Posted 14/08/2017 Quote from "Vague (in logic)" Vague (in logic) [Lat, vagus, rambling, indefinite]: Ger. unbestimmt ; Fr. vague ; Ital. vago. Indeterminate in... preview