The American Journal of Semiotics Vol. 30, Issue 1/2, 2014


The American Journal of Semiotics

Volume 30, Issue 1/2, 2014
Peirce and the Cenoscopic Science of Signs

John Deely (editor-in-chief) and Christopher Morrissey (editor)



1.Priscila Borges, Experience and Cognition in Peirce’s Semiotics

2. Garnet C. Butchart, Haunting Past Images: On the 2006 Documentary Film Description of a Memory in the Context of Communicology

3. Gilad Elbom, Glossematic Narratives; Or, Superfluous Information of Little Consequence: A Semiotic Approach to Literary Uselessness

4. Lars Elleström, Material and Mental Representation: Peirce Adapted to the Study of Media and Arts

5.  Richard L. Lanigan, Charles S. Peirce on Phenomenology: Communicology, Codes, and Messages; or, Phenomenology, Synechism, and Fallibilism

6. Donna E. West, Peirce’s Matrix of Individuation: The Work of Pronouns in Attentional Phenomena

Review Essay
7. Donald R. Frohlich, Biology, Peirce, and Biosemiotics: Commentaires ‘Cénoscopic’ d’un Biologiste

8. About the Authors


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