As some of you know, here at MUN we have (near) weekly meetings to discuss philosophy texts known as the Jockey Club. The last Jockey Club meeting before exams was discussing Jim Bradley’s piece “Beyond Hermeneutics: Peirce’s Semiology as a Trinitarian Metaphysics of Communication” (available to read here).
Peter Gratton had the forethought to record the session and post it to his blog. I’d encourage everyone to read the essay, which is the best introduction to Peirce I’ve read, and listen to what ended up being a very good discussion of Peirce’s semiotics and speculative philosophy.
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