Gracián, Peirce: conceptos, signos
Fecha de publicación: 
1996
ISSN: 
0066-5215
Cita: 
Anuario Filosófico, 1996 (29),1173-1184
Resumen
Gracián's "conceit" and Peirce's "interpretant" maintain a logical-and-rhetorical agreement that recurs in the history of ideas. Ciceronian humanism and Scotist realism were instrumental for Gracián's conception: they were part of the curricular requirements for XVII century Je-suits. Likewise, Peirce's New List and his revival of "Speculative Rhetoric" partake of this legacy. Their innovations hinge on the category of Relation and on its inferential and speculative potential for thought.
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