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The self as a sign, the world, and the other living semiotics

Author: Susan Petrilli
Publisher: New Brunswick, New Jersey : Transaction Publishers, [2013]
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Petrilli, Susan.
Self as a sign, the world, and the other living semiotics.
New Brunswick, New Jersey : Transaction Publishers, [2013]
(DLC) 2012037137
(OCoLC)810442726
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Susan Petrilli
ISBN: 9781412851275 1412851270
OCLC Number: 848918327
Description: 1 online resource (pages .)
Contents: 1. The Sign "Self" and Its Interpretations --
1.1. The Lifeworld as Semiosis --
1.2. Signs of the Self and the Self as a Sign --
1.3. The Self in-between Bodies and Signs --
1.4. Time and the Other: Future, Inference, Otherness --
1.5. Listening and Identity --
1.6. Incomplete, Unfinalizable Self --
1.7. Semiotics and Responsibility --
1.8. The Detotalizing Approach and the Word --
1.9. Sign-Interpretant Dialogic --
1.10. Self, Thought, Word --
1.11. To Sum Up and Push Ahead --
2.A Terminological and Conceptual Intermezzo --
2.1. Life, Language, and the Global Semiotic Perspective --
2.2. More about Modeling, Communication, and the "Play of Musement" --
2.3. Global Semiosis and Intercorporeal Interconnectivity --
2.4."The Semiotic Self," Global Communication, and the Health of Semiosis --
2.5. Self and Its Boundaries, a Biosemiotic Perspective --
2.6. Self-Perception: Subjective Signs and Objective Signs --
3. The Inner-Outer Illusion. 3.1. The "Obscure Part" of the Self --
3.2. Inward and Outward, a Double World at Least --
3.3. The Body in the Sign. Thought, Body, and Culture --
3.4. The Self between Community and Singularity --
3.5. Identity and Its Otherwise --
3.6. Knowable/Unknowable. Beyond Logical Reasoning --
3.7. Self-Control, Freedom, and Responsibility --
3.8. Attraction, Constraint, and Casualness --
3.9. More on Agapasm and Abduction, Protagonists in the Thought-Sign Relation --
3.10. Dialogic, Logic, and Ontology, a Closer Look --
3.11. Language, Signs, Values. Between Signifies and Semioethics --
4. The Self as Opening to the Other --
4.1. The "Small Experience" and the "Great Experience," a Biosemiotic Perspective --
4.2. The Self from Reason to Reasonableness --
4.3. The Self in the Interrelation between Love and Logic --
4.4. Female Difference and Critique of the Identical --
4.5. Translation as Increase in Value --
4.6. The Multiple Self. 4.7. Self and "Ident," in Praise of "Selfness" --
4.8. Subjectivity Detotalized, the I as Centrifugal "Dividuality" --
4.9. Mother-Sense as a Human Propensity --
4.10. Gift-Giving at the Origin of Logic and Language --
5. Self, Other, and Values --
5.1. One's Own Word Is Always the Others. On Language and Dialogism --
5.2. Dialogism, Corporeity, and Consciousness --
5.3. The Speaking Subject and the Concrete Utterance --
5.4. The Psyche in Sociality, between Inner and Outer --
5.5.A Double Birth at Least --
5.6. The Unconscious, Signs, and Social Ideology --
5.7. Official/Unofficial Conscious, Official/Unofficial Ideology --
5.8. Interrelations between Sign Tissue and Psycho-Social Tissue --
5.9. The Concepts of "Open Self" and "Open Society" --
5.10. Sciences for the Construction of New Men in a New Society --
5.11. Between Cooperation and Uniqueness, and the Role of Semiotics --
5.12. Linguistic Mystification, Social Alienation, and Values. 5.13. Global Communication and the Technologies of Separation --
5.14. Beyond the Individual Body, Intercorporeity, the "Grotesque Body" --
6. The Self in Language and Communication --
6.1. Interpretation, Otherness, and Dialogism --
6.2. Dialogism and Witness to the Other --
6.3. Substantial Dialogism and Absolute Otherness --
6.4. Writing, Indirect Speaking, Discourse Genre --
6.5. Significance, Iconicity, Responsibility --
6.6. The Self as a Text --
6.7. To Speak Is to Respond --
6.8. Verbal Action and Its Nonverbal Communicative Conditions --
6.9. The Rustle of Communication --
7. Critique of Identity: For an Extracommunitarian Self --
7.1. Difference, Dialogism, and the Quality of Life --
7.2. Logic of Identity and "Critique of Dialogic Reason" --
7.3. For a New Semiotico-Philosophical Founding of the Self, Signs, and Values --
7.4. Nonfunctionality and the Properly Human --
7.5. In the Face of the Other. 7.6. The Humanism of Otherness, "homo sum: humani nihil mihi alienum puto" --
7.7. Obscenity of the Identical --
7.8. Unindifferent Difference: Critique of the Identical and Its Reproduction --
7.9. The Extracommunitarian Self --
7.10. Work and Belonging --
7.11. Reappropriation and Exposition --
7.12. Outside the Trap of Identity, or "Otherwise than Being" --
7.13. Fear of the Other and Fear for the Other --
7.14. On the Signs of Sexual Identity --
7.15. Return to "Writing" --
7.16. Outside Place, Outside Identity --
8. Self, Freedom, and the Word's Otherness --
8.1. Between the Myths of Mental Illness and the Subject's Self-Sufficiency --
8.2. The Subject as Substratum and the Foundation Fallacy --
8.3. Cyphermatics, a Science of the Word --
8.4. Intentionality and Nonintentionality of the Conscious in the Word --
8.5. Subjectivity and the "Limits of Interpretation" --
8.6. On the Sign Relation between the Self as a Subject and Its Object --
8.7. Sign Models and Conceptions of the Subject --
8.8. The Dialogic Self --
8.9. The "Same Other."
Responsibility: Susan Petrilli ; with a foreword by Augusto Ponzio.

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