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Sign crossroads in global perspective : semioethics and responsibility

Author: Susan Petrilli; John N Deely
Publisher: New Brunswick, N.J. : Transaction Publishers, 2010.
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Offers a look at semiotics, the study of signs, symbols, and communication as developing sequentially rather than successively, more synchronically than diachronically. This title discusses the  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Susan Petrilli; John N Deely
ISBN: 9781412810678 1412810671
OCLC Number: 351324680
Description: xiii, 330 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: The seventh Sebeok Fellow: Editor's Introduction --
1. Sebeok Fellow plenary address : semioethics and responsibility: Beyond specialisms, universalisms, and humanisms --
2. Working with interpreters of the "meaning of meaning": International trends among 20th-century sign theorists --
3. The relation with Morris in Rossi-Landi's and Sebeok's approach to signs --
4. Iconicity and the origin of language: Charles S. Peirce and Giorgio Fano --
5. Bodies and signs : for a typology of semiosic materiality --
6. Semiotic phenomenology of predicative judgement --
7. On communication: Contributions to the human sciences and to humanism from semiotics understood as semioethics --
8. Iconicity in translation: On Similarity, Alterity, and Dialogism in the Relation among Signs --
Susan Petrilli: Biographical Note.
Responsibility: Susan Petrilli ; John Deely, editor.

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