LINGUIST List 11.865

Thu Apr 13 2000

TOC: Semiotica

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  1. Gillian Caglayan, Semiotica, Special Issue, Volume 127 1/4 (1999)
  2. Gillian Caglayan, Semiotica, Volume 126 - 1/4 (1999)
  3. Gillian Caglayan, Semiotica, Volume 128 1/2 (2000)

Message 1: Semiotica, Special Issue, Volume 127 1/4 (1999)

Date: Wed, 12 Apr 2000 11:40:42 +0200
From: Gillian Caglayan <G.CaglayandeGruyter.de>
Subject: Semiotica, Special Issue, Volume 127 1/4 (1999)


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 127 - 1-4 (1999)

Special Issue: Biosemiotica
THOMAS A. SEBEOK
Guest Editors: JESPER HOFFMEYER, CLAUS EMMECHE



THOMAS A. SEBEOK
 Editor's note: Towards a prehistory of biosemiotics


Biosemiotica I

LUCIA SANTAELLA BRAGA
 Peirce and biology

SUSAN PETRILLI
 The biological basis of Victoria Welby's significs

SUSAN PETRILLI
 Charles Morris's biosemiotics

LAURA SHINTANI
 Roman Jakobson and biology: 'A system of systems'

KALEVI KULL
 Towards biosemiotics with Yuri Lotman


Biosemiotica II

LUIS EUGENIO ANDRADE
 Natural selection and Maxwell's demons: A semiotic approach to
 evolutionary biology

SABINE BRAUCKMANN
 On genes, cells and memory

S�REN BRIER
 Biosemiotics and the foundation of cybersemiotics

BERIT O. BROGAARD
 An Aristotelian approach to animal behavior

SERGEY V. CHEBANOV
 Biohermeneutics and the hermeneutics of biology

TATIANA V. CHERNIGOVSKAYA
 Evolutionary perspective for cognitive function: Cerebral basis of
 heterogeneous consciousness

W. JOHN COLETTA
 Literary biosemiotics and the postmodern ecology of John Clare

CLAUS EMMECHE
 The Sarkar challenge to biosemiotics: Is there any information in a
 cell?

ARANTZA ETXEBERRIA and JES�S IB��EZ
 Semiotics of the artificial: The 'self' of self-reproducing systems
 in cellular automata

JESPER HOFFMEYER
 Order out of indeterminacy

TUOMO J�MS�
 The concept of nature in ancient Finns and Karelians

YOSHIMI KAWADE
 The two foci of biology: Matter and sign

KALEVI KULL
 Biosemiotics in the twentieth century: A view from biology

MANFRED D. LAUBICHLER
 A semiotic perspective on biological objects and biological
functions

KOICHIRO MATSUNO
 The clock and its triadic relationship

FLOYD MERRELL
 Living signs

S. N. SALTHE
 A semiotic attempt to corral creativity via generativity

LUCIA SANTAELLA BRAGA
 A new causality for understanding of the living

ALEXEI A. SHAROV
 The origin and evolution of signs

FREDERIK STJERNFELT
 Biosemiotics and formal ontology

ROD SWENSON
 Epistemic ordering and the development of space-time:
 Intentionality as a universal entailment

EDWINA TABORSKY
 Semiosis: The transformation of energy into information

GERTRUDIS VAN DE VIJVER
 Psychic closure: A prerequisite for the recognition of the sign
 function?

BAREND VAN HEUSDEN
 The emergence of difference: Some notes on the evolution of human
 semiosis

THURE VON UEXK�LL
 The relationship between semiotics and mechanical models of
 explanation in the life sciences



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Message 2: Semiotica, Volume 126 - 1/4 (1999)

Date: Wed, 12 Apr 2000 11:18:20 +0200
From: Gillian Caglayan <G.CaglayandeGruyter.de>
Subject: Semiotica, Volume 126 - 1/4 (1999)


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 126 - 1/4 (1999)



EDNA ANDREWS
 Lotman's communication act and semiosis

EERO TARASTI
 Signs and transcendence

J�RGEN DINES JOHANSEN
 A diagrammatic modeling of semiosis

JOANNE M. GOLDEN and JAMES L. GOLDEN
 Logan's speech: A social semiotic perspective on a rhetorically
 significant text

LOUIS H�BERT
 Sch�ma de l'interpr�tation et nombre d'interpr�tations ad�quates


Review articles / Comptes rendus

JAAP MAAT
 A wonderful piece of literature containing large amounts of
 palpable nonsense

JOHN VICKREY VAN CLEVE
 Sign language and being: Nineteenth-century views

KARIN WENZ
 And again: Where to draw the line? Rebuilding an old house

ELIZABETH C. HIRSCHMAN
 The meanings of men

W. C. WATT
 The power of the glyphs

JAN BAETENS
 Reading vision? What contexts for the 'pictorial turn'?

NICOLAS COU�GNAS
 Sur les cons�quences de la perspective du discours en acte en
 socio-s�miotique: l'exemple d'Eric Landowski

DON R. McCREARY
 Communicating with the Japanese: Explaining the Misunderstandings


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Message 3: Semiotica, Volume 128 1/2 (2000)

Date: Wed, 12 Apr 2000 11:50:21 +0200
From: Gillian Caglayan <G.CaglayandeGruyter.de>
Subject: Semiotica, Volume 128 1/2 (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 - 1-2 (2000)



ANN E. BERTHOFF
 Susanne K. Langer and 'the odyssey of the mind'

YONA DUREAU
 The metamorphosis of a signifier vs. an iconic signified: The
 unicorn - A case study

MASSIMO A. BONFANTINI, SUSAN PETRILLI and AUGUSTO PONZIO
 Three dialogues on rhetoric, argumentation, and new media


Review Articles/Comptes rendus

VINCENT CRAPANZANO
 Transfiguring translation

MIHAI NADIN
 The aftershocks before the earthquake

VICTOR TERRAS
 Memory as a vehicle of deconstruction

URI MARGOLIN
 Models for, of, and in literary narrative, literary narrativ(e)ity
 as a model: Disentangling the web

HELLE DAVIDSEN
 Against theory


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