In Kravchenko, Prof. A.V. (2003) the Ontology of Signs as Linguistic and Non-Linguistic Entities: A Cognitive Perspective. [Book Chapter] (2003)
|Abstract||It is argued that the traditional philosophical/linguistic analysis of semiotic phe-nomena is based on the false epistemological assumption that linguistic and non-linguistic entities possess different ontologies. An attempt is made to show where linguistics as the study of signs went wrong, and an unorthodox account of the na-ture of semiosis is proposed in the framework of autopoiesis as a new epistemology of the living.|
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