Posts Tagged: change

Peirce on induction, laws of nature, habits, and thought

This is a quote from Peirce’s Laws of Nature (EP2, 68), in which he, after having characterized inductions as ‘subjective generalizations’ writes that: Such a generalization, a mere fabrication of ingenuity, which I term a subjective generalization, is often proposed

Peirce on induction, laws of nature, habits, and thought

This is a quote from Peirce’s Laws of Nature (EP2, 68), in which he, after having characterized inductions as ‘subjective generalizations’ writes that: Such a generalization, a mere fabrication of ingenuity, which I term a subjective generalization, is often proposed

Archaeological ontologies

Reading Yannis Hamilakis’ recent article in the first issue of the new on-line publication Forum Kritische Archäologie made me want to explain what I mean by ontology in archaeology. Hamilakis writes that [a] critical archaeology today should reopen the big questions

Archaeological ontologies

Reading Yannis Hamilakis’ recent article in the first issue of the new on-line publication Forum Kritische Archäologie made me want to explain what I mean by ontology in archaeology. Hamilakis writes that [a] critical archaeology today should reopen the big questions