Semiotics - From Peirce to Barthes: A Conceptual Introduction to the Study of Communication, Interpretation, and Expression

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BRILL, 1988 - Philosophy - 201 pages
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Contents

Ten Classes of Signs
17
Using Peirces Semiotic
35
The Theory of Meaning of G H Mead
52
Language and Meaning in J Dewey and J H Randall
65
Signs Universals and Symbols
82
Toward the Idea of Creative Rationality
101
Codes Metaphor and Literary
119
Semiotics as Techne and Critique
139
Barthes Semiological Criticism
160
Bibliography
184
Index
193
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V. TEJERA is Stony Brook University Professor Emeritus of Humanities.

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