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Knowledge Through Signs. Ancient Semiotic Theories and Practices

G. Manetti (ed.)
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344 p., + ill., 156 x 234 mm, 1996
ISBN: 978-2-503-50439-1
Languages: English, French
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Le centre Semiotic and Cognitive Studies (sémiotique et études cognitives) de l'université de San Marino (dirigé par Umberto Eco et Patrizia Violi) veut promouvoir la recherche et les échanges interdisciplinaires dans le domaine des sciences cognitives, de la sémiotique, de la psychologie, de la psycholinguistique, de la philosophie de la pensée, de l'intelligence artificielle, dans le but de comparer les traditions philosophique, sémiotique et linguistique européennes aux derniers résultats des sciences cognitives américaines. Numéro 2 de la série Semiotic and Cognitive Studies: G. Manetti, Preface, Introduction: The Concept of the Sign from Ancient to Modern Semiotics, W. Leszl, I messagi degli dei e i segni della natura, D. Sedley, Aristotle's De interpretatione and ancient semantics, A.A. Long, Stoic Psychology and the Elucidation of Language, G. Verbeke, Meaning and Role of the Expressible in Stoic Logic, E. Asmis, Epicurean Semiotics, D. Glidden, Sextus and the Erotetic Fallacy, M. Bettetini, Agostino d'Ippona: i segni, il linguaggio, M. Bettini, A proposito di Argumentum, G. Pucci, Terminus. Per una semiotica dei confini nel mondo romano, D. Maggi, Il segno creatore. Aspetti dell'integrazione del segno nella mitologia vedica, U. Eco, Jerusalem and the Temple as Signs in Medieval Culture.
Interest Classification:
Philosophy
Medieval & Modern (Indo-European) Languages & Literatures
Linguistics
Semiotics

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