Bateson, Peirce, and the Three Person Solution

American Journal of Semiotics 19 (1/4):173-196 (2003)

Abstract

Gregory Bateson identified an array of difficulties in human relationships including double binds, confusion between complimentary and symmetrical relations, and the ‘sliding triad’. This essay presents a solution to these and other difficulties in the form of a ‘yoga’ of relationships in which participants take turns playing three different roles keyed to the three phenomenological categories of Charles Sanders Peirce

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