The Routledge Companion to Semiotics

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CONTRIBUTORS

Initials of authors who contribute to Part II appear after each entry.

Myrdene Anderson is Associate Professor of Anthropology and Linguistics at Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana. Her publications include On Semiotic Modeling (co-edited); Refiguring Debris – Becoming Unbecoming, Unbecoming Becoming (co-edited); and Cultural Shaping of Violence. (MA)

Edna Andrews is Professor of Linguistics and Cultural Anthropology, and Director of the Duke Center for Slavic, Eurasian and East European Studies (CSEEES), Duke University, North Carolina. Her monographs include Conversations with Lotman: Cultural Semiotics in Language, Literature and Cognition; The Semantics of Suffixation in Russian; About Sintetizm, Mathematics and Other ThingsZamiatin’s novel WE; and Markedness Theory: The Union of Asymmetry and Semiosis in Language. (EA)

Eugen Baer is Dean and Professor of Philosophy at Hobart and William Smith Colleges in Geneva, New York. His publications include Semiotic Approaches to Psychotherapy and Medical Semiotics. (EB)

Merja Bauters is a lecturer and researcher at Helsinki University and Helsinki Metropolia University of Applied Sciences and president of the international semiotic association UMWEB. Her publications include Changes in Beer Labels and Their Meaning: A Holistic Approach to Semiosic Process; and Semiotics from S to S (co-edited). (MB)

Søren Brier is Professor in the Semiotics of Information, Cognition and Communication Sciences in the Department of International Culture and Communication Studies at Copenhagen Business School. He has written six books in Danish and one in English, the latter being Cybersemiotics: Why Information Is Not Enough. His articles include ‘Nature and machine’; ‘Biosemiotics’; ‘The Peircean paradigm for biosemiotics’; and ‘Bateson and Peirce on the pattern that connects and the sacred’. He is the founder and editor of the interdisciplinary quarterly journal Cybernetics & Human Knowing, fellow of the American Society for Cybernetics and has been awarded The Warren McCulloch Medal. (SB)

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Table of contents

  • The Routledge Companion to Semiotics i
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Contributors ix
  • Acknowledgements xvii
  • Using This Book xix
  • Part I- Understanding Semiotics 1
  • Introduction 3
  • 1 - Ancient Semiotics 13
  • 2 - Semiotics of Nature 29
  • 3 - Umwelt and Modelling 43
  • 4 - Logic and Cognition 57
  • 5 - Realism and Epistemology 74
  • 6 - Peirce, Phenomenology and Semiotics 89
  • 7 - The Saussurean Heritage 101
  • 8 - Sociosemiotics 118
  • 9 - Semiotics of Media and Culture 135
  • 10 - Semioethics 150
  • Part II - Key Themes and Major Figures in Semiotics 163
  • References 359
  • Index 389
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