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Saturday, August 26, 2017

ALI 2017 Plenary Session 12: Remembering John Deely as Colleague & Philosophical Reformer

Fourth Annual Aquinas Leadership International World Congress: "Augustine, Aquinas, and the Apologetics of the New Reformation(s)"

Chair, Peter A. Redpath, Adler-Aquinas Institute

Streamed live on July 15, 2017

P.S. A Sign is What? A Dialogue between a Semiotist and a Realist, by John Deely (in five parts)

"A sign, as ordinarily understood, is simply something that suggests the presence or existence of something else, a perceptible indication of something not immediately apparent. What's so difficult about that? Why should that require the development of a whole new perspective on reality and experience, as so-called "semiotics", as the study of the way signs works, claims? This video, a dialogue between a semiotician and a proponent of "realist" philosophy, addresses directly the question of what is the difference semiotics makes for our understanding of what is a sign."

#logic #sign

Previous session ALI 2017 Plenary Session 11: Tribute to Michael Novak, Mortimer Adler; Etienne Gilson as Colleagues & Reformers

Update: Following session ALI 2017 Plenary Session 13: Charles Sanders Peirce & Thomas Sebeok as Philosophical Reformers

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