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Date: Wed, 21 Nov 2001 11:02:40 +0100
From: Julia Ulrich <Julia.UlrichdeGruyter.com>
Subject: TOC: SEMIOTICA Volume 136 - 1/4 (2001) Special Issue

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 136 - 1/4 (2001)

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SPECIAL ISSUE
SIGNS AND LIGHT: ILLUMINATING PATHS IN THE SEMIOTIC WEB
Guest Editor: Susan Petrilli

CONTENTS / SOMMAIRE

A. Ponzio: Introduction I

S. Petrilli: Introduction II

LIGHT IN PHILOSOPHY AND SCIENCE OF NATURE

F. Merrell: Unruly photos: Or, why can't colors march to the band of
secondness?

M. Krampen: Light and the living cell.

G. Sonesson: The pencils of nature and culture: New light on - and in -
the Lifeworld

J. Ponzio: Light, being, and time

L. Miccoli: Two thirteenth-century theories of light: Robert Grosseteste
and St. Bonaventure

G. Cascione: The light-color problem in Wittgenstein

J. Cutler-Shaw: Being energy and light

LIGHT IN REASONING AND CONSCIOUSNESS: COGNITIVE AND EMOTIONAL PROCESSES

D. Silvestri: From the eloquence of light to the splendor of the world

M. Danesi: Light permits knowing: Three 'metaphorological' principles
for the study of abstract concept formation

L. Borzacchini: Light as a metaphor of science: A pre-established
disharmony

S. Petrilli: Light between sacred and profane: Victoria Welby from
biblical exegesis to significs

V. Colapietro: A lantern for the feet of inquirers: The heuristic
function of the Peircean categories.

C. Caputo: Light as matter

L. Marchetti: Light as an original metaphor

C. Ferrandes: Lamps of republican consciousness in the work of
Pierre-Jean Georges Cabanis

S. Petrosino: The signs of light and the response of wonder and envy

T. D. Stanciulescu: Les signes de la lumi�re: Hypoth�ses sur l'unit�
historique de la connaissance

LIGHT IN LITERATURE

L. Block de Behar: A witness of light

R. Baronti Marchi�: At the edge of darkness: the penumbra of John Keats

A. Prete: On seeing: Light in Leopardi and Baudelaire

S. Petrilli: Light and symbol in Maurice Maeterlinck's L'Oiseau Bleu

M. Solimini: The outsider in Camus' L'�tranger

LIGHT IN THE IMAGES OF WRITING AND THE VISUAL ARTS

A. Ponzio and L. Ponzio: Writing and designing light

A. Helbo: Light and Performance: A few methodological remarks

P. Dalla Vigna: The resurrection of light: The pictorial work of art as
a paradigm of the visible

M. Valenti: Light and shadow: Painting the incarnation mystery (Notes on
Orazio Gentileschi's Annunciation)

B. Golick: The meaning of light in Titian's Danae

G. Pranzo: The voyage out: Subversion out of suspicion in literature and
photography

U. Delle Grazie: Photographs: A photo essay

LIGHT IN URBAN AND DIGITAL AND MUSICAL SPACE

P. Calefato: 'Light my fire': Fashion and music

T. Villani: City of light, city of shade: The worldwide megalopolis and
the feeling of our contemporary fears

M. Lomuto: Light and signs of listening

E. Tarast: The semiosis of light in music: From synaesthesias to
narratives


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