Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. 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 avoid loading ‘phenomenon,’ ‘thought,’ ‘idea,’ etc., with multiple meanings.

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Examples

  • Peirce understands this to mean that spontaneity has an objective status in the phaneron.

    Nobody Knows Nothing

  • Furthermore, both Hegel and Peirce make the whole evolutionary interpretation of the evolving phaneron to be a process that is said to be logical, the “action” of logic itself.

    Nobody Knows Nothing

  • But now, fourth, on top of all this, Peirce makes everything in the phaneron evolutionary.

    Nobody Knows Nothing

  • For Peirce, then, the entire phaneron (the world of appearances), as well as all the ongoing processes of its interpretation through mental significations, has evolved and is evolving.

    Nobody Knows Nothing

  • So, everything in the phaneron, because it is a sign, begins an infinite sequence of mental interpretants of an object.

    Nobody Knows Nothing

  • So the apostle, speaking of mankind in general, saith, To gnoston tou Theou phaneron estin en autois, Rom. i.

    Pneumatologia

  • * To gnoston tou Theou phaneron estin en autois: [4994] 1

    Pneumatologia

  • He writes (ch. ii.): phaneron gar estin hēmin, ō basileu, hoti tria genē eisin anthrōpōn en tōde tō kosmō; hōn eisin hoi tōn par 'humin legomenōn theōn proskunētai kai

    The Mission and Expansion of Christianity in the First Three Centuries

  • And then he sums up all into this conclusion: hoste einai phaneron hoti esti ti toiouton ho de kai kaloumen phusin.

    NPNF2-08. Basil: Letters and Select Works

  • The conclusion is; 'Oti men oun to kuklo kinoumenon ouk estin ateleuteton oud' apeiron, all 'echei telos, phaneron

    NPNF2-08. Basil: Letters and Select Works

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