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Message 1: Semiotica, volume 135, 1-4 (2001)

Date: Thu, 23 Aug 2001 11:39:12 +0200
From: Gillian Caglayan <G.CaglayandeGruyter.de>
Subject: Semiotica, volume 135, 1-4 (2001)

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 135 - 1/4 (2001)

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Contents/Sommaire


ABIR U. IGAMBERDIEV
Semiokinesis - Semiotic autopoiesis of the Universe

MATTI KEINAENEN
The evolution of the psychosemiosis in the psychic development of the child

CELINE POISSON
Le statut oscillant des Fondements de Charles Morris

YORAM S. CARMELI
Metaphorics and nationalistic sparks: The language of Israeli soccer
journalism

ELI ROZIK
Segmentation of the theatrical performance-text

HADASSA SHANNIE
The use and effect of a theatrical technique in a different domain of
meaning: The soliloquy

RADAN MARTINEC
Interpersonal resources in action

IRMENGARD RAUCH
Paralanguage: Evidence from Germanic

CLAUDETTE K. COLUMBUS
Inferring paradigms: Referencing Andean and Mesoamerican texts


Review Articles/Comptes rendus

LUCIA SANTAELLA
Esthetics, the supreme ideal of human life

ADAM KENDON
Gesture as communication strategy

WARREN BUCKLAND
The last word on filmic enunciation?

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