Definition of Semeiotic. Meaning of Semeiotic. Synonyms of Semeiotic

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Definition of Semeiotic

Semeiotic
Semeiotic Se`mei*ot"ic, or Semiotic Se`mi*ot"ic, a. [Gr. ????, fr. shmei^on a mark, a sign.] 1. Relating to signs or indications; pertaining to the language of signs, or to language generally as indicating thought. 2. (Med.) Of or pertaining to the signs or symptoms of diseases.

Meaning of Semeiotic from wikipedia

- John Locke (1690), himself a man of medicine, was familiar with this "semeiotics" as naming a specialized branch within medical science. In his personal...
- (cognitive) Point of view (literature) Pragmatics Reality tunnel Rhetoric Semeiotic Semiotics Sign relation Umwelt Universal pragmatics Weltanschauung...
- The Galenic corpus is the collection of writings of Galen, a prominent Gr**** physician, surgeon and philosopher in the Roman Empire during the second century...
- Ecosemiotics Encode Film semiotics Iconicity Indexicality Interpretant (Peircean semeiotic system) Lexical Meaning Modality Narrator (Imported term from narratology)...
- embedded in his wider theory of symbolic communication he called the semeiotic, now a major part of semiotics. For Peirce, information integrates the...
- devised his system of three categories. He called it both semiotic and semeiotic. Both are current in singular and plural. He based it on the conception...
- (CP 4.9): ...I extend logic to embrace all the necessary principles of semeiotic, and I recognize a logic of icons, and a logic of indices, as well as...
- 1086/383850. PMID 9519574. Liszka, J.J. (1996). A General Introduction to the Semeiotic of C.S. Peirce. Indiana University Press. Sowa, J.F. (1984). Conceptual...
- treatise embracing Physiology (28 vols.), Hygiene (12), Aetiology (19), Semeiotics (14), Pharmacy (10), Blood letting (4) and Therapeutics (17), in addition...
- Charles Sanders Peirce began writing on semiotics, which he also called semeiotics, meaning the philosophical study of signs, in the 1860s, around the time...
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