Vol 39, No 2/4 (2011)

Special Issue: Tartu Semiotics

Table of Contents

Editor's comment PDF
Kalevi Kull, Kati Lindström, Mihhail Lotman, Timo Maran, Silvi Salupere, Peeter Torop 9-11
Semiotic study of landscapes: An overview from semiology to ecosemiotics PDF
Kati Lindström, Kalevi Kull, Hannes Palang 12-36
Time-plans of the organisms: Jakob von Uexküll’s explorations into the temporal constitution of living beings PDF
Riin Magnus 37-57
Hegemonic signification from cultural semiotics point of view PDF
Andreas Ventsel 58-87
Transdisciplinarity in objects: Spatial signification from graffiti to hegemony PDF
Anti Randviir 88-123
Understanding the city through its semiotic spatialities PDF
Tiit Remm 124-144
On relationships between the logic of law, legal positivism and semiotics of law PDF
Vadim Verenich 145-196
Proper name as an object of semiotic research PDF
Ülle Pärli 197-223
Mapping the child’s world: The cognitive and cultural function of proper names in the book series Paula’s Life PDF
Mari Niitra 224-248
The place of art among other modelling systems PDF
Juri Lotman 249-270
Semiotics as science PDF
Silvi Salupere 271-289
Interview with Vyacheslav V. Ivanov about semiotics, the languages of the brain and history of ideas PDF
Ekaterina Velmezova, Kalevi Kull 290-313
The institution of semiotics in Estonia PDF
Kalevi Kull, Silvi Salupere, Peeter Torop, Mihhail Lotman 314-342
Juri Lotman in English: Bibliography PDF
Kalevi Kull 343-356

Reviews and Notes

On the independence of the humanities: Tartu–Moscow School and official Soviet politics of science PDF
Andreas Ventsel 357-365
What is actually essential in biosemiotics? PDF
Davide Weible 366-382
In memoriam Alexander Moiseevich Piatigorsky PDF
Irina Avramets, Silvi Salupere 383-387
In memoriam Alexander Moiseevich Piatigorsky PDF
Boris Ogibenin 388-393