The Routledge Companion to Semiotics

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INDEX
Note: Bold type indicates an entry in Part II and bold type number indicates its location]
abduction 72–3, 74, 92, 154, 163–4, 210, 242, 246, 282–3, 298, 316, 351
Abelard 276
Abelson, Robert P. 65–6
accent 164–5, 255, 343
Agassiz, Louis 90
Alcmaeon 236
algorithm
All in the Family 145
alterity 131, 152, 157, 159–60, 161, 165, 173, 207, 250, 257, 285–6, 291–2, 316
Althusser, Louis 208
American structuralism 166, 182, 186, 233, 311, 336, 352
Analytic philosophy 79, 84, 89
ancient medicine 5–6, 13, 15–16, 150–1; see alsomedical semiotics, Hippocrates, symptomatology andGalen
anthropocentrism Ch. 5 passim, 153, 315
anthroposemiosis 4, 35, 76, 166, 224, 291–2, 318, 322
anthroposemiotics 7, 166–7, 224, 296, 318, 327, 329
Antonioni, Michelangelo 280
Apel, Karl-Otto 235
aphasia 266, 271
Aquinas 6, 50, 79 n. 5, 81–2, 83, 88, 167–8, 290, 314, 355
arbitrariness 8, 68, 168–9, 295, 312–3, 318
Arendt, Hannah 250
argument 92–4, 169, 202, 344
Aristotle 6, 16, 17–19, 21, 22, 27, 81–2, 85, 90, 104, 142, 169, 202, 214, 220, 235, 236, 244, 266, 303, 322, 357
Arnauld, Antoine 292
Arnheim, Rudolf 272
Arrivé, Michel 113–17
Ashby, W. Ross 197
Augustine 6, 11, 25–7, 167, 169, 211, 334–5
Austin, John L. 131, 169–71, 195, 229, 280–1, 285, 332
autopoiesis 171, 199, 320
Averincev, S. S. 339
Bachelard, Gaston 108
Bacon, Roger 211
Badmington, Neil 294
Baer, Eugen 150
Baer, Karl Ernst von 46, 251, 347
Bain, Alexander 297
Bakhtin, Mikhail 147, 152, 154, 165, 172–3, 207, 235, 247, 257, 262, 286, 291, 310, 323, 339, 352
Bakhtin, Nikolaj 172
Baldwin, James M. 46, 251, 354
Bally, Charles 109, 299
Barnes, Jonathan 23
Barthes, Roland 3, 8, 9, 103, 128, 139–40, 144, 146, 173–5, 194, 210, 227, 279, 291, 318, 323–3, 325, 337; Mythologies 3, 8, 128, 139–40, 173, 177, 272, 337; Elements of Semiology 9, 120, 174, 325
Bateson, Gregory 10, 41, 175, 181, 198, 199, 225, 231, 239
Baudrillard, Jean 136, 138, 175–7, 295
Beatles 148
Beauvoir, Simone de 215
behaviourism 186, 269–70, 324
Benveniste, Emile 103, 144, 176–7, 241, 295–6
Bergson, Henri 354
Berio, Luciano 279
Berkeley, George 178–9
Bernard, Jeff 286
Bernstein, Basil 218
binarism 179, 260–1
biosemiotics 9, 11, Ch. 2 passim, Ch. 3 passim, 80, 155, 179–81, 180, 199, 212–13, 215, 239–40, 256, 264–5, 277, 296, 316, 320, 321, 327, 329, 342, 347–9
biosphere 79, 150, 158, 160, 162, 214
Birdwhistell, Ray L. 181, 231, 248–9
Blecha, Peter 148

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The Routledge Companion to Semiotics
Table of contents

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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