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Musement, Play, Creativity: Nature's Way

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Charles S. Peirce's notion of musement becomes the backdrop for semiosis, which is herein considered in terms of nonlinear, nonbivalent, plurimorphic processes. These processes not only bear resemblance to certain contemporary scientific theories; they also find expression in Buddhist philosopher Nagarjuna's middle way. This middle way in turn finds compatibility with Peirce's concept of the sign, which bears on the importance of play and creativity, as the natural consequence of musement.
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Keywords: Complementarity; Complexity; Emptiness; Entanglement; Musement; Process; Tetralemma

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: January 1, 2009

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