General Modes

Some articles on general, general modes:

Pragmaticism - The Clarification of Ideas in Inquiry
... of an object with a conception of that object's effects to a general extent of those conceived effects' conceivable implications for informed practice ... the real as questions of the presuppositions of reasoning in general ... Peirce said that a conception's meaning consists in "all general modes of rational conduct" implied by "acceptance" of the conception—that is, if one were to accept ...
Charles Sanders Peirce - Philosophy: Logic, or Semiotic - Pragmatism
... It equates any conception of an object to a conception of that object's effects to a general extent of the effects' conceivable implications for informed ... conceptions about truth and the real as questions of the presuppositions of reasoning in general ... Peirce said that a conception's meaning consists in "all general modes of rational conduct" implied by "acceptance" of the conception—that is, if one were to accept, first of all, the conception as true, then ...

Famous quotes containing the words modes and/or general:

    Sight and all the other senses are only modes of touch.
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    We have left undone those things which we ought to have done; and we have done those things which we ought not to have done.
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