Vol 37, No 1/2 (2009)

Table of Contents

From the editors PDF
Kalevi Kull, Kati Lindström, Mihhail Lotman, Timo Maran, Silvi Salupere, Peeter Torop 5-5
Opposition theory and the interconnectedness of language, culture, and cognition PDF
Marcel Danesi 11-42
Language in social reproduction: Sociolinguistics and sociosemiotics PDF
Patrizia Calefato 43-81
On the ontology of fictional characters: A semiotic approach PDF
Umberto Eco 82-98
Between fiction and reality: Transforming the semiotic object PDF
Jaan Valsiner 99-113
Facing emergences: Past traces and new directions in American anthropology (Why American anthropology needs semiotics of culture) PDF
Irene Portis-Winner 114-168
Parentheticals and the dialogicity of signs PDF
Barbara Sonnenhauser 169-204
A sketch of Peirce’s Firstness and its significance to art PDF
Dinda L. Gorlée 205-269
Action in signs PDF
Andres Luure 270-280
Translating Jakob von Uexküll — Reframing Umweltlehre as biosemiotics PDF
Prisca Augustyn 281-298
Mutual understanding and misunderstanding in biological systems mediated by self-representational meaning of organisms PDF
Karel Kleisner, Anton Markoš 299-310
A biosemiotic conversation: Between physics and semiotics PDF
Howard H. Pattee, Kalevi Kull 311-331

Reviews and Notes

A text on biosemiotic themes PDF
Sergey V. Chebanov, Anton Markoš 332-343