Tag: day 4

  • Silver Rattasepp

    The Ontological Primacy of Umwelt Individuation – the genesis of individual entities – is generally presumed to begin with the ontology of already constituted individuals. Thus claims Gilbert Simondon. Rather […]

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  • Pauline Delahaye

    Diagnosing, Modelling and Solving Interspecies Cohabitation Issues: Anatomy of the Shared Semiosphere [Slides from the presentation] In this communication, I will present different steps of diagnosing and modelling a shared […]

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  • Tim Ireland

    The Cognitive Spiral: Semiotic Freedom & Space [Slides from the presentation] Space has history and has taken different forms in different societies and at different times depending on the experiences […]

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  • Mario Giampetro

    The biosemiotic process: How to reproduce and adapt the identity of social systems by combining emotions and language [Slides from the presentation]   Biosemiotics concerns the process of learning of […]

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  • Alin Olteanu

    A Biosemiotic Approach to Gender: Avoiding Morphological Freedom [Slides from the lecture] This paper proposes a biosemiotic approach to gender. I argue that, in order for biosemiotic theory to be […]

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  • John Schumann

    Symbolic Concepts and Physicality   In this paper, I will address four aspects of physicality as they relate to symbolic concepts: science and symbolic concepts, entropy, self-organization, and biological energy. […]

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  • Liqian Zhou & Qiufen Sun

    More constraints, more freedom: Revisiting semiotic scaffolding, semiotic freedom, and semiotic emergence [Slides from the presentation] Technically, constraint is defined as the reduction of degree of freedom. However, novelties emerge […]

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  • Constantijn-Alexander Kusters

    Time and Emergence: Towards a narrative inspired understanding of temporal semiosis [Slides from the presentation] What is the nature of time? Since the Einstein-Bergson debate this question has often been […]

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  • Alexei Sharov

    Semiotics of potential meanings [Slides from the presentation] Because semiosis is coextensive with living and life-dependent semiotic agents, meanings (relations of entities to something else that is significant for agents) […]

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  • Michael Yudanin

    Discursivity and semiotic complexity as driving the shape of animal choice and human freedom [Slides from the presentation] Biosemiotics, it seems, holds the key not only to understanding life but […]

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