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Author Parret, Herman.

Title Peirce and Value Theory : On Peircian Ethics and Aesthetics
Published Amsterdam : John Benjamins Publishing Company, 1994
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Contents PEIRCE AND VALUE THEORY ON PEIRCEAN ETHICS AND AESTHETICS; Editorial page; Title page; Copyright page; Table of contents; Preface; NOTES; Introduction; I. Peirce on Ethics; Rendering the World more Reasonable: The Practical Significance of Peirce's Normative Science; 1. Introduction; 1. The Nature of Normative Science; 2. The Three Goods of the Normative Sciences; 3. Theoretical Presuppositions About Theory and Practice; 4. Practical Implications of the Normative Sciences; NOTE; Peirce and Royce on Person: New Directions for Ethical Theory; Introduction
1. Person as an Intersubjective, Relational, Developmental Mode of Being2. Person and Self-contribution; 3. Person as Relational, Developmental, Contextual -- Some Implications; C.S. Peirceand Philosophical Ethics; 1. Peirce's Criticism of Philosophical Ethics; 2. The "Normative Sciences"; 3. "Sentiment" and Communicative Ethics; 4. Conclusion; NOTES; A Peircean Account of Moral Judgments; NOTES; What Logic Can Learn From Ethics; Collaboration and Casuistry: A Peircean Pragmatic for the Clinical Setting; Introduction; 1. Collaboration; 2. Casuistry; 3. Key Peircean Concepts
2.1 Triadism and the human sign2.2 The degenerate sign -- degrees of interpretation; NOTES; Some Reflections on Peirce's Aesthetics from a Structuralist Point of View; 0. Introduction; 1. Aesthetics Inside the Classification of Sciences; 2. Some more Remarks about Aesthetics and Art Criticism; 3. The Aesthetic Experience as a Form of Reasoning; 4. Aesthetics as a Form of Knowledge and as a Form of Experience; III. Peirce's Aesthetics in the Context of his Thought; The Place of Peirce's 'Esthetic' in his Thought and in the Tradition of Aesthetics; 1. The Original Aim of Aesthetics
4. Peirce's Concepts in the Clinical-Ethical Context5. Assessment; Peircean Triads in the Work of J. Lacan: Desire and the Ethics of the Sign; Introduction; Never Give Up Desiring; Do Not Block the Way of Inquiry (1.135-45); II. Peirce's Aesthetics in the Context of Philosophical Thought; The Primacy of the Aesthetic in Peirce and Classic American Philosophy; 1. The Valuational Matrix of Logic as Semeiotic; 2. Peirce's Responsiveness to Art; 3. Santayana, Mead, Dewey, and Buchler; NOTES; Art and Interpretation: Peirce and Buchler on Aesthetic Meaning; NOTES
Peirce and Husserl: Abduction, Apperception and AestheticsIntroduction; Apperception in Husserl's view; Peirce's Way of Understanding Abduction; The Meaning of Regression : Aesthetics and Phenomenology; Conclusion; Peirce, Saussure and Jakobson's Aesthetic Function: Towards a Synthetic View of the Aesthetic Function; Introduction; 1. Jakobson's Aesthetic Function in the Milieu of Saussurean and Peircean Perspectives; 1.1 The bipolar sign and the artifice; 1.2 Sound shape and immediate signification; 1.3 Jakobson's artifice and Peirce's human sign; 2. Peirce and the Aesthetic Function
Summary Most of the essays collected in this book were presented at the Charles S. Peirce Sesquicentennial Congress (Harvard University, September 1989). The volume is devoted to themes within Peirce's value theory and offers a comprehensive view of less known aspects of his influential philosophy, in particular Peirce's work on ethics and aesthetics. The book is divided in four sections. Section I discusses the status of ethics as a normative science and its relation with logic; some applications are presented, e.g. in the field of bioethics. Section II investigates the specific position of Peircean a
Notes 2. The Appropriate Character of Feeling
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