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  1. Gra�A. Abranches, Charlotte Bront�'s Under-Where.
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  2. Ram�N. Alvarado, Dialogic Interpretation of Social Worlds.
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  3. Ram�N. Alvarado, Voices of Alterity.
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  4. J. Agust�N. Past�N. B., Building the Perfect Cocoon.
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  5. Norman David Mar�N. Calder�N., A Comic Herstory.
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  6. Karla Andrea Z.��iga Cort�S., Constructing Nationality Through Supranationality in Fashion Magazines.
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  7. J. �nia de Castro Magalh�es Alves, A Brief Semiotic Study of the Descriptive Act in José Saramago's A Caverna (The Cave).
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  8. J. �nia de Castro Magalh�es Alves & Maria Jos� Motta Viana, Quando o Peixe Salta.
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  9. Eliseo Fern�Ndez, Life, Temporality and Semiosis.
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  10. Eliseo Fern�Ndez, Peircean Habits and the Life of Symbols.
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  11. Adrian S. Gimate-Welsh & Mar�A. Rayo Sankey Garc�A., Referential Semiosis in the Shaping of Political Discourse in the Mexican Presidential Election Ofthe Year 2000.
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  12. Anne H.�Nault, Semiotics, Semiology, and Phenomenology.
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  13. J. �lio J.�ha, Objective Worlds, Modeling Systems, and Interpretants.
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  14. J. �lio J.�ha, Reference to Nonexistent Beings.
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  15. James Jak�B. Liszka, A Critique of L�Vi-Strauss' Theory of Myth and the Elements of a Semiotic Alternative.
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  16. James Jak�B. Liszka, Peirce and Jakobson.
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  17. James Jak�B. Liszka, Peirce, Saussure, and the Concept of Transvaluation.
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  18. James Jak�B. Liszka, Speculative Rhetoric and Universal Pragmatics.
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  19. James Jak�B. Liszka, The Function of Ambivalence in Elementary Narratives.
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  20. Tom�S. Llorens, Architecture as Representation of Nature.
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  21. Tullio Maranh�O., Longing for Presence in the Semiotic of Deception.
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  22. Tha�S. Morgan, What Semiotics is Not.
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  23. Winfried N.�th, Are Signs the Instruments?
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  24. Steven Edward Pe�A., On Belief Limitations in the Normative and Natural Sciences.
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  25. Fran�Oise Ravaux-Kirkpatrick, Virtuality and Virtuality. L'après-Midi de Monsieur Andesmas, by Marguerite Duras, Author, Michelle Porte, Film Director, and Dominique Le Rigoleur, Director of Photography.
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  26. Ma Luisa Rodriguez Sala-G.�Mezgil, Social Symbols and Cultural Identity.
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  27. Jos� Sanjin�S., "Enchantment and Distance in the Age of Metafiction.
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  28. Mikl�S. Szabolcsi, Semiotics Hie Et Nunc.
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  29. Gilles Th�Rien, The Other in the Field.
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  30. Shea Zellweger, Carlos E. Vasco & Adalira S.�enz-Ludlow, Garc�a de la Madrid.
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Sep 14th 2014 GMT
volume 100, issue 3, 2014
  1. Andre Santos Campos, Aquinas's Lex Iniusta Non Est Lex: A Test of Legal Validity.
    Legal positivism understands natural law as performing classifying connections between morality and law as tests of legal validity: if a norm with some pretence to legality contradicts a moral good, it cannot be called a legal norm. The new natural law school, however, claims that natural law develops qualifying connections between morality and law: tests of legal validity are performed by non-moral criteria such as due enactment or efficacy, and morality determines not what the law is, but rather which law (...)
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  2. Luigi Corrias, Revolution, Authority and the Institution of Legal Order: Phenomenological Reflections.
    This article discusses the authority problem involved in revolutions and the institution of legal order from a phenomenological perspective. Paradoxically, every new claim to power, every revolutionary beginning, should present itself as coherent with what has already been established as authoritative by law. This authority problem is due to the two-fold challenge revolutions pose: the new order has to both constitute a break with the old order (transgression) and retain a relationship with it (response). In order to meet this two-fold (...)
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  3. Adolfo Jorge Sánchez Hidalgo, The Human Rights After the Spanish Civil War.
    The aim of this study is to characterize the weak discussion about the Human Rights in Franco's time, not in general, but by testing Vallet de Goytisolo's works. This author is deeply influenced by the lectures of M. Villey, Parisinian philosopher well-known by his denial of Human Rights. A comparative study of these authors will be done focusing on two – faced aspects : the strength and fragility of their doctrines. Both authors are defined as supporters of the Methodical Realism (...)
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  4. Igor Suzano Machado, Laclau and Mouffe's Theory of Discourse and Hegemony: A Possible Approach to Law and its Integrity?
    The famous Montesquieu's catachresis wherein judges should be no more than the “mouth that pronounces the words of the law” is actually facing a crisis. I.e. Law has lost its unifying principle, its centre wherein its practices could search for foundation and legitimacy. Therefore, as a decentered reality, I believe Law should get a poststructuralist approach, appropriate for a decentered structure. That is why the aim of my research is to link Law to the poststructuralist theoretical reference of the theory (...)
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  5. Jorge Francisco Aguirre Sala, Twitter's Road to Parliament.
    Political representatives with excessive authority and a lack of deliberation and co-legislation with their electors, provoke protests that desire to have influence over the State. Traditional mass media (television, radio, newspapers and cinema) and the Web 1.0 (lists of e-mails and non-interactive websites) created distance among them because they reduced the electorate to fewer recipients. But the new media from the Web 2.0 (Blogs, Facebook, Wikis, and in particular the Micro-Bloggins and Twitter) pretend to improve old limitations. Likewise, the first (...)
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  6. Georg Söther, Formale Überlegungen zu Thomas Riehms Kritik an der Gewichtsformel.
    In his Theory of Constitutional Rights, Robert Alexy assumes that any case of conflicting principles can be solved by rational means through the concept of balancing. The foundation of this concept are the principles of balancing defined by Alexy. He illustrates the process of balancing with the aid of a formula, the so-called weight formula. Using a specifically developed scale, the individual results of the balancing process are converted into figures which will then be inserted into the formula. The numeric (...)
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  7. Alexa Zellentin, Der philosophische Neutralitätsbegriff und die Kopftuchdebatte.
    The paper approaches the question whether teachers should be allowed to wear headscarves by analysing the concept of liberal neutrality. After showing problems with current conceptions of neutrality, it suggests understanding neutrality as a two-fold concept: a) there are matters the state has no business getting involved in if it wants to respect its citizens as free (respect element), b) citizens ought to be treated as equals despite their different world views (fairness element). This two-fold understanding explains why there are (...)
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  1. Henry Dicks, Aldo Leopold and the Ecological Imaginary in Advance.
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  1. Claudia Baracchi, In the Theatre of Earth and Sky in Advance.
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  2. Veronique Foti, Revisiting Greek Tragedy in Dialogue with Jacques Taminiaux in Advance.
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  3. Golfo Maggini, Europe's Janus Head in Advance.
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  4. John Sallis, To Behold the Light of the Sun in Advance.
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  1. Daniel Cohnitz & Jussi Haukioja, Intuitions in Philosophical Semantics.
    We argue that the term “intuition”, as it is used in metaphilosophy, is ambiguous between at least four different senses. In philosophy of language, the relevant “intuitions” are either the outputs of our competence to interpret and produce linguistic expressions, or the speakers’ or hearers’ own reports of these outputs. The semantic facts that philosophers of language are interested in are determined by the outputs of our competence. Hence, philosophers of language should be interested in investigating these, and they do (...)
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