James Bradley on Peirce, Semiotics and Speculative Philosophy

I’m actually just packing to head home, but thought I’d write this quickly. I know there’s been some interest in Jim’s work following Graham’s excellent live blogging of the Claremont conference (here and here, for instance). I just wanted to point out that he recently contributed to Analecta Hermeneutica, providing a piece that outlines clearly his own “speculative Peirce,” which I know Graham mentioned as interesting and something he’d never heard before (and people have emailed me asking about this as well). So this essay covers some of the same ground as that given in Claremont, just not in conversation with Meillassoux and Harman. The piece can be found here.

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