Semiotic

  • (adj): Of or relating to semiotics.
    Example: "Semiotic analysis"
    Synonyms: semiotical

Some articles on semiotic, semiotics:

Semiotic Society Of America - Publications of The Semiotic Society of America
... The American Journal of Semiotics, 1981-present Semiotics The Proceedings of the Semiotic Society of America, 1980-present Semiotic Scene Bulletin of the Semiotic Society of America, 1977 ...
Semiotic Elements And Classes Of Signs
... Charles Sanders Peirce (1839–1914) began writing on semeiotic, semiotics, or the theory of sign relations in the 1860s, around the time that he devised his system of ... is fundamental to Peirce's understanding of "logic as formal semiotic" ... He eventually divided (philosophical) logic, or formal semiotic, into (1) speculative grammar, or stechiology, on the elements of semiosis (sign, object, interpretant), how signs can signify and, in relation ...
Semiotic Square
... The Semiotic Square, also known as the Greimas Square, is a tool used in the structural analysis of the relationships between semiotic signs ... The Semiotic Square was developed by Algirdas J ... Greimas further developed the Semiotic Square with Francois Rastier in "The Interaction of Semiotic Constraints" (1968) ...
Semiology - Current Applications
... Applications of semiotics include It represents a methodology for the analysis of texts regardless of the medium in which it is presented ... The use of semiotic methods to reveal different levels of meaning and, sometimes, hidden motivations has led Yale's Harold Bloom to demonise elements of ... by Mouton de Gruyter Zeitschrift für Semiotik European Journal of Semiotics Versus (founded and directed by Umberto Eco), et al ...
Semiology - Semiotics of Food
... Food has been one traditional topic of choice in relating semiotic theory because it is extremely accessible and easily relatable to the average individual’s life ... Semiotics is the study of sign processes when conducted individually or in groups and how these sign processes give insight as to how meaning is enabled and also understood ... Food is said to be semiotic because it transforms meaning with preparation ...

Famous quotes containing the word semiotic:

    They’re semiotic phantoms, bits of deep cultural imagery that have split off and taken on a life of their own, like those Jules Verne airships that those old Kansas farmers were always seeing.... Semiotic ghosts. Fragments of the Mass Dream, whirling past in the wind of my passage.
    William Gibson (b. 1948)