Sources of Semiotic: Readings with Commentary from Antiquity to the Presentby D. S. Clarke
This book provides an introduction to semiotic through readings from classic works in the field. In contrast with descriptions of communication systems based on the methods of empirical linguistics and interpretive studies of artistic means of communication, this text delimits semiotic as a logical study with its foundations in the theories of Greek and medieval logicians and the classifications of Charles Peirce.
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D. S. Clarke, Jr., is Professor of Philosophy at Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. Among his most recent works are Principles of Semiotic and Rational Acceptance and Purpose.
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