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  1. Gillian Caglayan, Semiotica, Volume 128 3/4 (2000)
  2. Gillian Caglayan, Semiotica, Volume 129 1/4 (2000)

Message 1: Semiotica, Volume 128 3/4 (2000)

Date: Thu, 22 Jun 2000 11:43:51 +0200
From: Gillian Caglayan <G.CaglayandeGruyter.de>
Subject: Semiotica, Volume 128 3/4 (2000)

Semiotica
Journal of the International Association for Semiotic Studies
Revue de l'Association Internationale de S�miotique

Editor-in-Chief: Thomas A. Sebeok
ISSN 0037-1998


Volume 128 - 3-4 (2000)
Special Issue: For Vilmos Voigt
Guest Editor: Jeff Bernard



JEFF BERNARD
Preface: For Vilmos Voigt

G�ZA BAL�ZS
Gesture jokes in Hungary

VLADIMIR BITI
The site of interpretation

HENRI BROMS
Genius loci

VILMOS CS�NYI
The 'human behavior complex' and the compulsion of communication: Key
factors of human evolution

S�NDOR DAR�NYI
A field approach to word semantics

G�RARD DELEDALLE
Can a philosopher be without roots? A comparative study of the
philosophies of John Dewey and George Santayana

JARMILA DOUBRAVOV�
De ridiculis

IMRE GR�FIK
'I have a picture of it': Ethnographic/ethnosemiotic explanation of
visual descriptions

YELENA GRIGORJEVA
Two cultural models: The pyramid and the emblem

J�RGEN DINES JOHANSEN
The mask of maidenhood: Andersen's 'The Little Mermaid'

SVEND ERIK LARSEN
Cultural borders and creation of culture

SOLOMON MARCUS
Peirce's three types of reasoning in a contemporary perspective

MARIANA NET
History, mentalities, justifications: The case of post-war Romanian
memoirs

MAGDOLNA OROSZ
Narrative structures in culture

JERZY PELC
Semiosis and semiosics vs. semiotics

CSABA PL�H
Remembering the collective memory of Maurice Halbwachs

ROLAND POSNER
The Reagan Effect: Self-presentation in humans and computers

JO�LLE RH�THOR�
Langage, an actual partner to discours and langue

GEORG SCHMID
Two notorious gentlemen: Haider and Le Pen. Comparing their political
discourse - A semiological viewpoint

SIGRID SCHMID- BORTENSCHLAGER
Illness as social indicator: Hysteria in Schnitzler and Freud

THOMAS A. SEBEOK
The music of the spheres

G�RAN SONESSON
Ego meets Alter: The meaning of otherness in cultural semiotics

GY�RGY E. SZ�NYI
An early Hungarian hermetist-semiotician: J�nos Moln�r

EERO TARASTI
Vladimir Soloviev: Pre- or anti-semiotician?

PEETER TOROP
Towards the semiotics of translation


Contents of Volume 128



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Message 2: Semiotica, Volume 129 1/4 (2000)

Date: Thu, 22 Jun 2000 11:52:36 +0200
From: Gillian Caglayan <G.CaglayandeGruyter.de>
Subject: Semiotica, Volume 129 1/4 (2000)

Semiotica
Journal of the International Association for Semiotic Studies
Revue de l'Association Internationale de S�miotique

Editor-in-Chief: Thomas A. Sebeok
ISSN 0037-1998


Volume 129 - 1/4 (2000)


Contents/Sommaire

PATRICK J. DEVLIEGER, TAL BAZ and CARLOS DRAZEN
Mental retardation in American film: A semiotic analysis

MICHAEL ESKIN
A language before words: Levinas's ethics as a semiotic problem

CATHERINE TIHANYI
Toward a semiotics of practice


Review Articles/Comptes rendus
DOMENICO PARISI
Research on language origins: Progress is slow

JAMES V. WERTSCH and TADEUSZ W. ZAWIDZKI
Language and thought: A relationship considered

JOHN WILSON
Communication, communication everywhere, doesn't it make you think?

FRANK BRISARD
Shall we go on?

MARCEL DANESI
Marketing cool

JACK SOLOMON
What makes popular culture popular? Or from everyday life to
entertainment, and back again

THEO VAN LEEUWEN
Some notes on visual semiotics

DANIEL TIFFANY
Theoretical pictures



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10785 Berlin, Germany
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Journals and titles published by Mouton de Gruyter can be
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