Vol 37, No 3/4 (2009)

Special issue: Zoosemiotics

Table of Contents

Introduction PDF
Dario Martinelli 353-368
Studying the cognitive states of animals: Epistemology, ethology and ethics PDF
Otto Lehto 389-422
Animals and music: Between cultural definitions and sensory evidence PDF
Gisela Kaplan 423-453
Monsters we met, monsters we made: On the parallel emergence of phenotypic similarity under domestication PDF
Karel Kleisner, Marco Stella 454-476
John Maynard Smith’s typology of animal signals: A view from semiotics PDF
Timo Maran 477-497
From biorhetorics to zoorhetorics PDF
Stephen Pain 498-508
Are “non-human sounds/music” lesser than human music? A comparison from a biological and musicological perspective PDF
Regina Rottner 509-524
Animal vocalization and human polyglossia in Walter of Bibbesworth’s thirteenth-century domestic treatise in Anglo-Norman French and Middle English PDF
William Sayers 525-541
Conditioning or cognition? Understanding interspecific communication as a way of improving animal training (a case study with elephants in Nepal) PDF
Helena Telkänranta 542-557
Abstraction, cruelty and other aspects of animal play (exemplified by the playfulness of Muki and Maluca) PDF
Morten Tønnessen 558-579
Bird sounds in nature writing: Human perspective on animal communication PDF
Kadri Tüür 580-613
Sign activity of mammals as means of ecological adaptation PDF
Elina Vladimirova 614-638
Konrad Lorenz’s epistemological criticism towards Jakob von Uexküll PDF
Carlo Brentani 637-660