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1. Proceedings of the XVth World Congress of Philosophy: Volume > 3
A.R. Turquette Implication for Peirce’s Triadic Logic
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G.A. Clark Humanism, Technology, Naturalism
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R. S. Cohen Scientific Ideologies and Human Truth
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C. Popa Concepts of a General Theory of Norm-Systems
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M. R. Barral Сап Humanism Survive Technology?
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K. J. Dykeman Charles Sanders Peirce “The Minute Logic”
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R.N. Beck Technology and Idealism
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The purpose of this brief paper is to show that the primary problem of technology, like all problems related to possibilities and actions, is the conceptualiadequacyof the intentions and values it implies, and not, as many critics have suggested, its social effects. Presupposed for this statement and evaluation is an interpretation of experience called here experiential idealism. On the basis of this position some suggestions are made about the meaning of technology and its correlative possibilities and constraints.
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S. Morris Eames Man’s Relation to Nature in Karl Marx
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D. R. Koehn Logic, Truth and Action in Peirce’s First Public Statement of Pragmatism
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D. Ph. Verene Technology and Myth: A Hegelian View of Contemporary Culture