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Dan Nesher
University of Haifa
1981

2014 Update

I completed my research on the realist Epistemology of Charles Sanders Peirce titled:

‘What Makes A Reasoning Sound’ Is The Proof Of Its Truth: A Reconstruction Of Peirce’s Semiotics As The Epistemic Logic, And Why He Did Not Complete His Realistic Revolution.

July 2007
(2006b) “The Beauty of Artwork Is in its Aesthetic True Representation of Reality: the  Epistemology of Creation And Evaluation of Artwork.” (Manuscript).

(2007a) “The Epistemology of “Text” Meaning: The Context Is The Proof-conditions Upon Them We Prove The Truth of Our Interpretation The Meaning of The Text.” Read in conference on Meaning and its’ Meanings, University of Haifa, January, 2-3, 2007 and in International Wittgenstein Symposium ant its precedings, Kirchberg, Austria, Aug. 5-12, 2007)

(2007b) “The Epistemology of Proving Our ‘Empirical Basis’ and Scientific Hypotheses by The Trio of Abduction, Deduction, And Induction.” (Manuscript).

(2007c)“How to Square (Normo, Cp:2.7) Peirceanly The Kantian Circularity in The Epistemology of Aesthetics as a Normative Science of Creating And Evaluating The Beauty of Artworks.”(Read in the conference on Charles Sanders Peirce’s Normative Thought. June 26-30, 2007, University of Opole Poland).

June 2011
Recently I finished two inquiries:
1.  "ON THE CONCEPTS OF SPACE AND TIME: LOOKING FOR A NEW PICTURE OF PHYSICAL REALITY."
This work I sent to a theoretical physicist for evaluation.

2.  "GÖDEL ON TRUTH AND PROOF: Epistemological Proof of Gödel’s Conception of the Realistic Nature of Mathematics, but Then Its Incompleteness Cannot Be Proved Formally and It Is a Trick Based on the Separation of Truth from Proof."
A short version of this work is to be presented in the International Witgenstein Symposium on Epistemology, and to be published in its pre-proceedings.

 

 
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