Semiosis, Marginal Signs and Trickster: A Dagger of the Mind
Taking an eclectic and evolutionary approach to signs, this text sees the sign as a fundamental part of human development. It offers integrative models of semiosis that utilize both American and European approaches to explore dreams, numbering signs, mythic narrative, and new signs.
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The Terrific Sign
The Nature of Signs and the Naturalness of Objects
Numerous Signs and Natural Objects
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