You were tripped up the polyemy of "object" don. I am being tripped up
by the huge canvas of issues that has balooned our of the discussion
of the article about Pierce which has led me into more reading I need
to do before returning.
On Sun, 19 Dec 2004 15:32:48 -0500, Cunningham, Donald J.
> OK, thanks for the paper. Looks like some good holiday reading!
> I asked because your previous subject line said something about signs
> without objects. There are no signs without objects - a sign has three
> irreducible elements of sign, object and interpretant. Just as
> Brentano's theorem posits that all mental events have content (i.e.
> thoughts are about something), signs refer to something in some way or
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> Subject: Intentionality and Semiotics
> Don, I was taking intentionality in the way Yrjo expresses it in the
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