Semiotics

Semiotics 1980
1980, ISBN 0-306-40827-9

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41. Semiotics: 1980
Donald Preziosi Reckoning with the World
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42. Semiotics: 1980
Joseph Ransdell On the Paradigm of Experience Appropriate for Semiotics
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43. Semiotics: 1980
Cynthia C. Rostankowski Semiotic and Creativity
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44. Semiotics: 1980
Barry Russell The Appearance of Appearance: Architecture, Communication and Value Systems
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45. Semiotics: 1980
Peter H. Salus What is Evidence Evidence of?
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46. Semiotics: 1980
Leon Satterfield The Ironic Sign
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47. Semiotics: 1980
Frances Williams Scott Art and Objectivity
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48. Semiotics: 1980
Sarah Brey Simmons More Than Words Can Say
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49. Semiotics: 1980
Gary D. Shank A Reconstruction Paradigm for the Experimental Analysis of Semiotic Factors in Cognitive Processing
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Cognitive processing in psychology and semiotics are compared in relation to language processing and memory.Active reconstruction in memory is postulated, as well as the representation of whole messages as signs. The paradigm, then, is based on the study of active reconstruction of verbal messages from their semiotic representations in memory. Differences between original and reconstructed messages are used as dimension of empirical study in the paradigm. Research findings are cited in support of this approach.
50. Semiotics: 1980
Eero Tarasti Peirce and Greimas from the Viewpoint of Musical Semiotics: An Outline for Comparative Semiotics
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51. Semiotics: 1980
Bruce E.R. Thompson The Application of the Peircean Semiotic to Logic
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52. Semiotics: 1980
W.E. Underwood Symbolic Configurations and Two-Dimensional Mathematical Notation
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53. Semiotics: 1980
Walburga von Raffler Engel, Steven G. McKnight The Perception of Nonverbal Behavior in Function of Visible Access to One or Both Interactants
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54. Semiotics: 1980
William Widdowson Charles Morris and Christian Norberg-Schulz: The Social Basis of Meaning in Architecture
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55. Semiotics: 1980
Brooke Williams Toward a Semiotic Beyond Feminism
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56. Semiotics: 1980
Patrick S. Williams, Michael D. Smith, Douglas C. Chatfield The Structure of Categories and the Consequences for Metaphor
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57. Semiotics: 1980
Lorraine Wynne The Poetic Function of the Stage Audience and Embedded Performance in Drama
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58. Semiotics: 1980
Shea Zellweger Designing Signs that Build the Required Semantics into the Needed Syntax
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59. Semiotics: 1980
Pranas Zunde A Semiotic Approach to Information Value
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