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Purely objective reality

著者: John N Deely
出版商: Berlin ; New York : Mouton de Gruyter, ©2009.
丛书: Semiotics, communication and cognition, 4.
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"This volume solves the problem of the subjectivity/objectivity couplet, making an indispensable contribution both to semiotics and to philosophy. American philosopher John Deely offers the first sustained and theoretically consistent interrogation of the means by which human understanding of 'reality' will be instrumental in the survival - or destruction - of planet Earth."--Jacket.
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所有的著者/提供者: John N Deely
ISBN: 9781934078075 1934078077 9781934078082 1934078085 9781934078099 1934078093
OCLC号码: 424454807
描述: 217 pages ; 24 cm.
内容: The problem of objectivity --
Root of the semiotic resolution of the problem of objectivity --
Objectivity as a branch on the tree of relations --
The first appearance of objectivity in its difference from things --
The source in subjectivity of relations of apprehension --
The sign --
arbitrariness or historicity? --
The social construction of reality --
What difference does it make what a sign is? --
Why intersubjectivity is not enough --
The amazing history of sign.
丛书名: Semiotics, communication and cognition, 4.
责任: by John Deely.

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"This volume solves the problem of the subjectivity/objectivity couplet, making an indispensable contribution both to semiotics and to philosophy. American philosopher John Deely offers the first sustained and theoretically consistent interrogation of the means by which human understanding of 'reality' will be instrumental in the survival - or destruction - of planet Earth."--Jacket.

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