Monthly Archives: January 2016

Semiotics – a scientific discipline

Begins 5:24pm The sum of the ‘crossing’s’ of the multiple and shifting paths of each sememe in the semantic field makes up Model Q (p125)  Therefore a code as ‘langue’ must be understood as a sum of notions concerning combinational … Continue reading

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Eco, Eco, Eco

Begins 1:20pm Eco continues to validate his Revised Model by testing his theory on other signs, including what he calls syncategorematic terms.  Examples he uses include at/in/on/away/off, which have definite semantic markers that are independent of  the context in which … Continue reading

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