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The Subject Matter of Semiotic Inquiry
zoosemiotics and anthroposemiotics
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according action of signs actual animals anthroposemiosis basic become biological bone causality chapter Charles Sanders Peirce cognitive communication conception constitutes context contrast culture Deely depends development of semiotic difference distinct doctrine of signs elements embodiment environment essential established example existence extrinsic formal Ferdinand de Saussure foundation function fundamental history of semiotics human experience idea interactions interpretant iotic Jakob von Uexkull John Poinsot Krampen language linguistic literary literary semiotics ment method modern naive realism nature notion objective relation objective world ontological organism parent Peirce Peirce's perspective philosophy physical relation physiosemiosis phytosemiotics plants point of view possible precisely prejacent proper to signs question relative representation rience Saussure Sebeok semiology semiosis semiotic consciousness semiotic point sense sign relations signified species-specific specific structure terminus thermometer things thought tion tradition triadic relations Uexkull Umwelt understanding verification theory virtually whereby whole zoosemiosis zoosemiotic