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Sign Systems Studies 38 (1/4)
Language
English
Editor
Guest editors: Timo Maran, Ester Võsu
Publisher
Tartu University Press
Year
2010
Pages
392 p.
Format
143x203 mm.
Remark
Special issue: Semiotics of Resemblance
ISSN
1406-4243
Price
10,00 €
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ARTICLES:

Timo Maran, Ester Võsu: Introduction

Göran Sonesson: From mimicry to mime by way of mimesis: Reflections on a general theory of iconicity

Guido Ferraro: Analogical associations in the frame of a “neoclassical” semiotic theory

Floyd Merrell: Resemblance: From a complementarity point of view?

Ester Võsu: Metaphorical analogies in approaches of Victor Turner and Erving Goffman: Dramaturgy in social interaction and dramas of social life

Massimo Leone: Resemblance and camouflage in Graeco-Roman antiquity

Paola Ghione: Semiotics of mimesis and communicative relationship among texts: Ekphrasis and replication between Hesiod and Homer

Jelena Melnikova-Grigorjeva, Olga Bogdanova: An owl and a mirror: On Bosch’s visual motif’s meaning

Farouk Seif: Mutual mimesis of nature and culture: A representational perspective for eco-cultural metamorphosis

Christina Ljungberg: Dynamic instances of interaction: The performative function of iconicity in literary texts

Felix Ahlner, Jordan Zlatev: Cross-modal iconicity: A cognitive semiotic approach to sound symbolism

Timo Maran: Semiotic modeling of mimicry with reference to brood parasitism

Karel Kleisner: Re-semblance and re-evolution: Paramorphism and semiotic co-option may explain the re-evolution of similar phenotypes
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