Ecstatic Naturalism: Signs of the World

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Indiana University Press, 1994 - Philosophy - 218 pages
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“ . . . an original philosophical position . . . historically thorough, carefully argued, and well disciplined.” —Robert C. Neville Semiotic theory, which has restricted its focus largely to human forms of signification, is transformed by Robert S. Corrington into a semiotics of nature itself. Corrington situates the divide between “nature naturing” and “nature natured” within the context of classical American pragmaticism and postmodern psychoanalysis. At the heart of this new metaphysics is an insistence that all signs participate in larger orders of meaning that are natural and religious. Meanings embodied in nature point beyond nature to the mystery inherent in positioned codes and signs.

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Ecstatic Naturalism
16
Infinite Semiosis
67
Betweenness
116
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Rose Ellen Dunn is Associate Dean for Academic Administration at Princeton Theological Seminary. She received her PhD from Drew University.

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