Vol 43, No 4 (2015)

Special issue: Peirce's Theory of Signs

Guest editor: Ahti-Veikko Pietarinen

Table of Contents

Signs systematically studied: Invitation to Peirce’s theory PDF
Ahti-Veikko Pietarinen 372-398
Exploring Peirce’s speculative grammar: The immediate object of a sign PDF
Francesco Bellucci 399-418
C. S. Peirce on the dynamic object of a sign: From ontology to semiotics and back PDF
Helmut Pape 419-437
Triadism and processuality PDF
Juuso-Ville Gustafsson 438-445
The semiotic life cycle and The Symbolic Species PDF
Tyler James Bennett 446-462
The highest branch of logic? On a neglected question of speculative rhetoric PDF
Mats Bergman 463-482
The role of emotional interpretants in Peirce’s theory of belief and doubt PDF
Jean-Marie Chevalier 483-500
Emotional interpretants and ethical inquiry PDF
Henrik Rydenfelt 501-517
Blocking evil infinites: A note on a note on a Peircean strategy PDF
Frederik Stjernfelt 518-522
A less simplistic metaphysics: Peirce’s layered theory of meaning as a layered theory of being PDF
Marc Champagne 523-559
Being in the world PDF
Nathan Houser 560-575
Some perplexities about Peirce’s “skeleton ideas” PDF
Benoit Gaultier 576-583
Sign theory at work: The mental imagery debate revisited PDF
Jelena Issajeva 584-596
Is Euler’s circle a symbol or an icon? PDF
Amirouche Moktefi 597-615
Recent studies on signs: Commentary and perspectives PDF
Ahti-Veikko Pietarinen 616-650

From archive

Division of signs PDF
Charles S. Peirce 651-662