Signs: An Introduction to Semiotics

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University of Toronto Press, 1994 - Literary Criticism - 154 pages
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Semiotics is an interpretive science that provides powerful analytical tools for the study of our perception of reality. In recognition of semiotics? interdisciplinary nature, this series publishes original work in order to promote an interaction between research and theory in semiotics, the communication sciences, and the cognitive sciences.

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Thomas A. Sebeok is Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Linguistics and Semiotics at Indiana University. He has written numerous articles and books, and is world-renowned as an authority on semiotics.

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