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Marc Artiga
Universitat De València
Jonathan Birch
London School of Economics
Manolo Martínez
Universitat de Barcelona
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We introduce the virtual special issue on content in signalling systems. The issue explores the uses and limits of ideas from evolutionary game theory and information theory for explaining the content of biological signals. We explain the basic idea of the Lewis-Skyrms sender-receiver framework, and we highlight three key themes of the issue: (i) the challenge of accounting for deception, misinformation and false content, (ii) the relevance of partial or total common interest to the evolution of meaningful signals, and (iii) how the sender-receiver framework relates to teleosemantics.
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DOI 10.1016/j.shpsc.2020.101348
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