Vol 46, No 4 (2018)

Special issue: Learning and adaptation: Semiotic perspectives

Guest editors: Alin Olteanu, Andrew Stables

Table of Contents

Learning and adaptation from a semiotic perspective PDF
Alin Olteanu, Andrew Stables 409-434
Adaptation, learning, Bildung: Discussion with edu- and biosemiotics PDF
Eetu Pikkarainen 435-451
Choosing and learning: Semiosis means choice PDF
Kalevi Kull 452-466
Emptiness and desire in the first rule of logic PDF
Jamin Pelkey 467-490
Can semiotics be used to drive paradigm changes in medical education? PDF
John Tredinnick-Rowe 491-516
Differentiation of language functions during language acquisition based on Roman Jakobson’s communication model PDF
Lauri Linask 517-537
Returning ‘learning’ to education: Toward an ecological conception of learning and teaching PDF
Cary Campbell 538-568
Rethinking literary education in the digital age PDF
Alexandra Milyakina 569-589

Reviews and Notes

A Peirce for the 21st century PDF
Frederik Stjernfelt 590-616
A report on the conference “Ecosemiotic Paradigm for Nature and Culture” PDF
Zdzisław Wąsik, Elżbieta Magdalena Wąsik 617-629
Two decades of ecosemiotics in Tartu PDF
Timo Maran 630-639