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Message 1: Semiotica 138 1/4 (2002)

Date: Fri, 01 Mar 2002 15:57:48 +0100
From: Julia Ulrich <Julia.UlrichdeGruyter.com>
Subject: Semiotica 138 1/4 (2002)

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 138 - 1/4 (2002)


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CONTENTS / SOMMAIRE

J. Hoffmeyer: The central dogma: A joke that became real

S. Ji: Microsemiotics of DNA

F. Merrell: Signs, chaos, life

W.-M. Roth and D.V. Lawless: Signs, deixis, and the emergence of
scientific explanation

W.C. Watt: What is the proper characterization of the alphabet? V:
Transcendence

P. Lepik: The anticulture phenomenon in Soviet culture

J.R. Zimmer: The evolution of talk and the emergence of complex society

A. Yabuuchi: Topic transition in casual conversation: an association
model

I. Taha: Semiotics of ending and closure: Post-ending activity of the
reader



REVIEW ARTICLES / COMPTES RENDUS

G. Manetti: Philodemus' 'De signis': An important ancient semiotic
debate of the reader

A. Ponzio: Sebeok's semiotics and education

S. Kaiser: The role and functions of facial behavior in social
interactions

C. Bracken: The language of things: Walter Benjamin's primitive thought

M.-L. Ryan: Fiction and ist other: How trespassers help defend the
border

P. Ryan: Gender and Threeing, ecology and cyberspace

K.B. Jensen: Grand medium theory



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