Semiotics

Semiotics 1988
1988, ISBN 0-8191-7478-5

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semiotic modeling
1. Semiotics: 1988
Myrdene Anderson Knowledge Dynamics: Evolution and Development in Semiotic Environments
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2. Semiotics: 1988
Stanley N. Salthe Modeling Self -Organization
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Foremost among the tasks facing a semiotically-informed modeling of natural open systems is the recognition and representation of self-organization. This forces attention on process, time, and energetics to complement the conventional semiotic bias toward structure, space, and informatics. While self -organization might be captured in numerous operational idioms, we suggest that the fundamentally distinctive formal structures of (a) development (intrinsic predictability) and (b) evolution (unexpected change through change in contextual meaning) constitute thewarp and woof of virtually all observations on systems undergoing change, and that, since these represent complementary orientations toward phenomena generally, interaction of these styles of change within systems can lead to generic models of enormous utility in many fields.
psychological perspectives on semiotic models
3. Semiotics: 1988
Donald J. Cunningham Abduction and Affordance: J. J. Gibson and Theories of Semiosis
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James C. Lundy She Understood Him: “All Too Well”
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Donna E. West Form and Use Differences in the Acquisition of Speech Participant Signifiers: Evidence from Blind Children
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semiotic interpretation of musical models
6. Semiotics: 1988
William DeFotis The “Music” in Barthes’ A Lover's Discourse
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William P. Dougherty Reading Beethoven’s Readings: Toward a Semiotics of Song
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Gayle A. Henrotte Hjelmslev’s Glossematics and Music: The Sign May Be an Illusion
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computer science models
9. Semiotics: 1988
Walter J. Savitch Semen, Demonic Possession, and the Common Cold
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10. Semiotics: 1988
Robert T. Swank Metaphor, Myth, and Computer Language
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sessions of the charles s. peirce society
11. Semiotics: 1988
André De Tienne Peirce’s Early Semiotic Analysis of Representation
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Nathan Houser Peirce’s Pre- Phenomenological Categories
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13. Semiotics: 1988
Sandra B. Rosenthal The Ultimate Logical Interpretant and the Dynamical Object
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David Savan Peirce and the Trivium
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15. Semiotics: 1988
Thomas L. Short Why We Prefer Peirce to Saussure
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expansions of peircean semiotics
16. Semiotics: 1988
John Deely Semiosis: The Subject Matter of Semiotic Inquiry
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Jeffrey R. DiLeo A Semiotic Classification of Proper Names
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Terrance King The Relation between Peirce’s Realism and His Idea of the Sign
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James Jakób Liszka Peirce, Saussure, and the Concept of Transvaluation
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semiotic directions in philosophy
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Vincent Colapietro Recovering the Agent after Decentering the Subject
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