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GRAPHES, DIAGRAMMES, LANGUE ET PENSÉE CHEZ C. S. PEIRCE

Abstract : In order to describe the kind of relation that Peirce entertains with writing, we show the metaphysical (objective idealism) and epistemological (mathematics’ role as leading science) basis of his rationalism in philosophy of language. We can thus explain why he created a form of writing or notation (the existential graphs) that has nothing to share with natural languages, which became his favorite tool for self-controlled and scientific thought.
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Emanuele Fadda. GRAPHES, DIAGRAMMES, LANGUE ET PENSÉE CHEZ C. S. PEIRCE . Dossiers d'HEL, SHESL, 2016, Écriture(s) et représentations du langage et des langues, 9, pp.98-112. ⟨hal-01304845⟩

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