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Oehler, Klaus:

Published by Frankfurt : Klostermann Verlag, (1968)

ISBN 10: 3465043367 ISBN 13: 9783465043362

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Item Description: Frankfurt : Klostermann Verlag, 1968. 178 Seiten, Softcover/Paperback, einige Unterstreichungen, gut Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 220. Bookseller Inventory # 41795

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Charles S. Peirce; Klaus Oehler [Editor]

Published by Vittorio Klostermann (1968)

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Item Description: Vittorio Klostermann, 1968. Perfect Paperback. Book Condition: Used: Very Good. NICE CONDITION SOFTCOVER BOOK. NO WRITING IN TEXT, SOME MARKINGS IN PAGES. ONLY LIGHT WEAR TO COVER. A CLEAN & SOLID BOOK. Bookseller Inventory # IVAN-408

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Charles S. Peirce, Klaus Oehler

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Item Description: Klostermann Vittorio Gmbh 2018-02-01, 2018. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # NU-LBR-02099424

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Peirce, Charles S.; Oehler, Klaus

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Item Description: Vittorio Klostermann, 1968. Paperback. Book Condition: Acceptable. In English and German. A nice reading/study copy. Ex-library with usual library markings. Ships from Dinkytown in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Bookseller Inventory # 209460

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Peirce, Charles S.

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Robert Maciejuk. Geometria dyskretna. How to Make

Published by Warszawa: Mazowieckie Centrum Kultury i Sztuki, cop. 2010. (2010)

ISBN 10: 8360623724 ISBN 13: 9788360623725

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Item Description: Warszawa: Mazowieckie Centrum Kultury i Sztuki, cop. 2010., 2010. Oprawa wydawnicza broszurowa. Wspolautorzy: Galeria Foksal.; Notka wydawnicza: Warszawa: Mazowieckie Centrum Kultury i Sztuki, cop. 2010.; Wymiar bloku: 17x24cm.; Naklad: 400; Uwagi: Katalog wystaw malarstwa abstrakcyjnego i instalacji, rownolegle tekst polski i angielski.; Waga: 70g; Jezyk: polski angielski; Strony: [16]s.; Kategorie tematyczne: sztuka europejska Polska inne dziedziny sztuki wspolczesnej katalogi wystaw i inne katalogi malarstwo wspolczesna (po 1945), obcojezyczne angielski / art painting , foreign languages English / Kunst Malerei , fremdsprachig englisch; Pozycja w bardzo ladnym stanie. Bookseller Inventory # 53645

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Peirce, Charles S. und Klaus (Hrsg.) Oehler:

Published by Frankfurt am Main : Klostermann, (1985)

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Item Description: Frankfurt am Main : Klostermann, 1985. Original-Kartoniert. 3. Aufl.. 168 S. ; 21 cm Guter Erhaltungszustand. Wenige Anmerkungen/Unterstreichungen. Beigegeben sind zwei deutsche Zeitungsartikel zum Autor. 9783465016502 Sprache: Deutsch. Bookseller Inventory # 27180

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Charles S. Peirce

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Item Description: Klostermann Vittorio Gmbh Dez 2017, 2017. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. Neuware - Charles S. Peirce (1839-1914) ist der Begründer der Philosophie des Pragmatismus. Das Interesse für Zeichen und deren Betrachtung unter dem Aspekt ihrer praktischen Konsequenzen im Handeln, das den Ansatzpunkt seiner Philosophie bildet, ist für pragmatisches Denken bis heute verbindlich geblieben. Mit diesem Ansatz wurde Peirce auch zum Begründer der Semiotik und der Relationenlogik. Sein Handlungsbegriff bildet bis heute eine wesentliche Grundlage handlungstheoretischer Diskussionen. Der Aufsatz 'How to Make Our Ideas Clear', den dieser Band im Original und in deutscher Übersetzung bringt, formuliert die entscheidenden Argumente, die zur Theorie des Pragmatismus geführt haben. Die Ausgabe enthält Einleitung, Übersetzung und einen ausführlichen Kommentar von Klaus Oehler und ein neues Nachwort von Edward Craig. 178 pp. Englisch, Deutsch. Bookseller Inventory # 9783465043362

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Charles S. Peirce

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Item Description: Klostermann Vittorio GmbH, 2018. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 2018. Language: German,English . Brand New Book. Charles S. Peirce (1839-1914) ist der Begründer der Philosophie des Pragmatismus. Das Interesse für Zeichen und deren Betrachtung unter dem Aspekt ihrer praktischen Konsequenzen im Handeln, das den Ansatzpunkt seiner Philosophie bildet, ist für pragmatisches Denken bis heute verbindlich geblieben. Mit diesem Ansatz wurde Peirce auch zum Begründer der Semiotik und der Relationenlogik. Sein Handlungsbegriff bildet bis heute eine wesentliche Grundlage handlungstheoretischer Diskussionen. Der Aufsatz How to Make Our Ideas Clear , den dieser Band im Original und in deutscher Übersetzung bringt, formuliert die entscheidenden Argumente, die zur Theorie des Pragmatismus geführt haben. Die Ausgabe enthält Einleitung, Übersetzung und einen ausführlichen Kommentar von Klaus Oehler und ein neues Nachwort von Edward Craig. Bookseller Inventory # LIB9783465043362

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Charles S. Peirce

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Item Description: Klostermann Vittorio Gmbh Dez 2017, 2017. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. Neuware - Charles S. Peirce (1839-1914) ist der Begründer der Philosophie des Pragmatismus. Das Interesse für Zeichen und deren Betrachtung unter dem Aspekt ihrer praktischen Konsequenzen im Handeln, das den Ansatzpunkt seiner Philosophie bildet, ist für pragmatisches Denken bis heute verbindlich geblieben. Mit diesem Ansatz wurde Peirce auch zum Begründer der Semiotik und der Relationenlogik. Sein Handlungsbegriff bildet bis heute eine wesentliche Grundlage handlungstheoretischer Diskussionen. Der Aufsatz 'How to Make Our Ideas Clear', den dieser Band im Original und in deutscher Übersetzung bringt, formuliert die entscheidenden Argumente, die zur Theorie des Pragmatismus geführt haben. Die Ausgabe enthält Einleitung, Übersetzung und einen ausführlichen Kommentar von Klaus Oehler und ein neues Nachwort von Edward Craig. 178 pp. Englisch, Deutsch. Bookseller Inventory # 9783465043362

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Item Description: New York: D. Appleton, 1877-78., 1877. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. 1st Edition. First Editions. Entire volumes offered. Vol. XII: Contemporary 3/4-leather and boards. Top and bottom of spine, joints, and corners quite rubbed. Very lightly ex-library: bookplate on each pastedown, faint remains of spine label. Else Very Good. Vol. XIII: Contemporary 3/4-cloth and boards, POSSIBLY ORIGINAL. Very Good. There is a printed paper spine label, and the words 'Popular Science Monthly' are printed in the same font as on the title page, and next to the word Vol. is a blank space, as if one would bind their own issues (or have them bound) into this volume then write on the spine which volume it is. Peirce's papers appear on Vol. XII, pp. 1-15 (Nov. 1877), 286-302 (Jan. 1878), 604-615 (March 1878), 705-718 (April 1878); Vol. XIII, pp. 203-217 (June 1878), 470-482 (August 1878). Ketner 00107, 00119, 00120, 00121, 00122, 00123. '[H]is most famous papers' (Christopher Hookway, Truth, Rationality, and Pragmatism: themes from Peirce, 2000, p. 3). 'Peirce's famous pragmatic maxim was enunciated in 'How to Make Our Ideas Clear,' which he wrote (in French) on shipboard before reaching Plymouth on the way to the Stuttgart meetings of the European Geodetic Association in 1877. The paper contains his statement of a laboratory procedure valid in the search for 'truth' ' (Carolyn Eisele in D.S.B. X: 485; article 482-88). 'For Charles Peirce, the project of inquiry is a social one. Though inquiry, the passage from genuine doubt to settled belief, can be described on the individual level, its significance as a human activity is manifested in collective action. Peirce carefully described the proper method of inquiry as the 'scientific method' in the 1877-8 Popular Science Monthly article series. . Peirce prefaces his case for science as the best method for fixing belief by showing why three other popular methods fail. . in 'The Fixation of Belief' Peirce argues against the method of tenacity stating that it 'will be unable to hold its ground in practice. The social impulse is against it' (David L. Hildebrand, 'Genuine Doubt and the Community in Peirce's Theory of Inquiry', Southwest Philosophy Review 12:1, 1996, pp. 33-43). 'The 'clarity of ideas' pursued by Peirce, the philosopher, was to be achieved, according to him, by the application of a procedure logically analogous to that which Peirce, the practical scientist, was accustomed to follow in his experimental work. This double aspect of Peirce's intellectual life has, of course, been generally recognized. It was first fully appreciated and aptly described by the late Morris R. Cohen: 'Charles Peirce of all American philosophers has shown the greatest insight into science. The son of a great mathematician [Benjamin Peirce, 1809-1880] and himself experienced in actual scientific work (geodetic survey), he understood what it was to engage in scientific measurements. With Chauncey Wright and other members of a philosophical club he worked out a substantial theory of science, analyzing the nature of law, predictability, and other basic scientific concepts. Fundamentally, he regarded science as a method rather than a bundle of laws' ' (Eisele, 'The Scientist-Philosopher C. S. Peirce at the Smithsonian', Journal of the History of Ideas, Vol. 18, No. 4, Oct., 1957, pp. 537-547; quoting Cohen, American Thought, 1954, p. 75). Bookseller Inventory # 16483

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Item Description: Popular Science Monthly, New York, NY, 1877. Paperback. Book Condition: Fair. Peirce's papers appear in Vol. XII, pp. 1-15 (Nov. 1877), 286-302 (Jan. 1878), 604-615 (March 1878), 705-718 (April 1878); Vol. XIII, pp. 203-217 (June 1878), 470-482 (August 1878). These six volumes are in only fair condition. They are brittle with pieces missing from the spines. The covers of volume 1 are detached with two long 2" edge tears. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Bookseller Inventory # 050486

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Item Description: D. Appelton and Company November 1877 to October 1878, New York, 1877. FIRST EDITION. The Popular Science Monthly, Volume XII: 2 blank leaves + TP + 1 leaf with portrait of Michael Servetus on verso + [1]-777 (with engraved frontis portrait preceding each month's first page) + 2 blank leaves, (Peirce's four papers appear on pp. [1]-15, 286-302, 604-615 & 705-718), Octavo. Ketner 00107, 00119, 00120 & 00121 respectively; Volume XIII: 1 blank leaf + TP + 1 leaf with portrait of Edward S. Morse on verso + [1]-776 (with engraved frontis portrait preceding each month's first page) + 1 blank leaf, (Peirce's two papers appear on pp. 203-217 & 470-482), Octavo. First Edition. Ketner 00122 & 00123 respectively. The first two of Peirce's revolutionary papers herald the birth of pragmatism while the next two expound ideas unique to Peirce and his genius. The last introduces Peirce's concept of abduction (though it is not yet called that). Any one of these extraordinary papers would have secured Peirce a place in the canon of American philosophy and logic but, taken together, they constitute on the of the great achievements in American philosophy. That Peirce published all six in the span of just ten months is breathtaking. Peirce formulated his doubt-belief theory in 1873, but it was first published in a series of six papers in Popular Science Monthly in 1877 and 1878. These papers do not constitute a rejection of the earlier theory of cognition; rather, they elaborate the earlier theory and set it in the context of biological evolution.Any organism that is to survive, Peirce held, must develop habits of behavior that are adequate to satisfy its needs. Such habits are rules of behavior that prescribe how we should act under given conditions in order to achieve a particular experiential result. Now such habits, when thoroughly adopted, Peirce called beliefs. Since to possess beliefs is to know how to satisfy one's wants, belief is a pleasant state: doubt, or absence of belief, is an unpleasant state, since one is then uncertain how to act and is unable to attain the desired goals. The organism will then seek to escape from doubt and to find belief. The process by which the organism goes from doubt to belief Peirce defined as inquiry. Clearly, there are various methods of inquiry, and the most satisfactory method will be that which leads most surely to the establishment of stable belief - that is, to belief that will stand in the long run. Pragmatism is Peirce's most famous philosophical doctrine, although it was made famous by William James rather than by Peirce. As Peirce defined it, pragmatism is purely a theory of meaning - not of truth. (EP, Volume VI, p. 73)Also in the first volume are Language and the English Civil Service by Alexander Bain (pp. 152-162); Evolution of Ceremonial Government in three parts by Herbert Spencer (pp. [385]-407, 545-555 and 6410-662); an article by Shaw entitled The Telephone and How it Works (pp. 559-569); Technical Education by T. H. Huxley (pp. 570-580); and Mayer's article On Edison's Talking-Machine (pp. 719-724). The second volume also contains the final three installments of Evolution of Ceremonial Government by Herbert Spencer (pp. 25-43, 146-166 and 292-302); Education as a Science in two parts by Alexander Bain (pp. 302-311 and 660-668); an excellent portrait of the young Thomas A. Edison (preceding page [385]); The Progress of Anthopology by T. H. Huxley (pp. 668-676);and Consciousness Under Chloroform by Herbert Spencer (pp. 694-698). Original publisher's green cloth binding with embossed front and back covers and bright gilt lettering on the spine. With two bookplates from a long defunct stitution (Poland Spring Library) on the inside front covers of each book along with occasional embossed ownership stamping throughout. These publisher's binders are extremely uncommon, most copies being rebound to suit the preferences of the libraries that were the most frequent buyers of these compendiums. A near fine set. PHOTOS AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST. Bookseller Inventory # 679

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