Connotative Aspect

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Dyadic Aspects of Sign Relations - Connotation
... Another aspect of meaning concerns the connection that a sign has to its interpretants within a given sign relation ... In the full theory of sign relations, this aspect of meaning includes the links that a sign has to affects, concepts, ideas, impressions, intentions, and the whole realm of an agent's mental states and allied activities ... but the tangible warp of its accumulated mass is commonly alluded to as the connotative import of language ...

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