Phaneron

Keyword: Phaneron


Dictionary Entry | Posted 26/08/2017
Quote from "The Century Dictionary Supplement, Vol. II"

Whatever is in any sense present to the mind, whatever its cognitive value may be, and whether it be objectified or not. A term proposed by C. S. Peirce in order to...

Dictionary Entry | Posted 24/08/2017
Quote from "On the System of Existential Graphs Considered as an Instrument for the Investigation of Logic"

Let us call all that ever could be present to the mind in any way or any sense, when taken collectively, the Phaneron. Then every thought is a Constituent of the...

Manuscript | Posted 24/08/2017
Peirce, Charles S. (1906 [c.]). On the System of Existential Graphs Considered as an Instrument for the Investigation of Logic. MS [R] 499(s)
Article in Journal | Posted 10/07/2016
Atkins, Richard K. (2016). Direct Inspection and Phaneroscopic Analysis
Peirce limits the sorts of analyses involved in phaneroscopy (his preferred name for phenomenology) to logical analysis and to analysis by direct inspection. Although many excellent works have...
Dictionary Entry | Posted 08/03/2016
Quote from "The Basis of Pragmaticism"

All that is imagined, felt, thought, desired, or that either colors or governs what we feel or think is in some sense before the mind. The sum total of it I will name the phaneron.

Dictionary Entry | Posted 06/02/2013
Quote from "Adirondack Summer School Lectures"

Phaneroscopy is the description of the phaneron; and by the phaneron I mean the collective total of all that is in any way or in any sense present to the...

Dictionary Entry | Posted 06/02/2013
Quote from "Letters to William James"

The phaneron, as I now call it, the sum total all of the contents of human consciousness, which I believe is about what you (borrowing the term of Avenarius...

Dictionary Entry | Posted 06/02/2013
Quote from "The Basis of Pragmaticism"

I propose to use the word Phaneron as a proper name to denote the total content of any one consciousness (for any one is substantially any other), the sum of all we have in...

Dictionary Entry | Posted 06/02/2013
Quote from "Letter draft to Mario Calderoni"

I use the word phaneron to mean all that is present to the mind in any sense or in any way whatsoever, regardless of whether it be fact or figment. I...

Dictionary Entry | Posted 06/02/2013
Quote from "Logic viewed as Semeiotics. Introduction. Number 2. Phaneroscopy"

English philosophers have quite commonly used the word idea in a sense approaching to that which I give to phaneron. But in various ways they have restricted the meaning of it...