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" A science that studies the life of signs within society is conceivable; it would be a part of social psychology and consequently of general psychology; I shall call it semiology (from the Greek semeion 'sign'). Semiology would show what constitutes signs,... "
The Simplest of Signs: Victor Hugo and the Language of Images in France ... - Page 199
by Timothy Bell Raser - 2004 - 217 pages
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Film in Society

Arthur Asa Berger - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1980 - 151 pages
...a part of social psychology and consequently of general psychology. I shall call it semiology (from Greek semeion "sign"). Semiology would show what constitutes signs, what laws govern them. This is one of the fundamental statements of semiology. It suggests we look at films (and many other...
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Margins of Philosophy

Jacques Derrida - Philosophy - 1982 - 330 pages
...life of signs within society is conceivable; it should be a part of social psychology and consequently of general psychology; I shall call it semiology (from the Greek semeion, 'sign'). Semiology should show what constitutes signs, what laws govern them. Since the science does not yet exist, no...
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Design Discourse: History, Theory, Criticism

Victor Margolin - Art - 1989 - 291 pages
...life of signs within society is conceivable; it would be a part of social psychology and consequently of general psychology; I shall call it semiology (from...would show what constitutes signs, what laws govern them."1 At about the same time Peirce wrote, "Logic, in its general sense, is, as I believe I have...
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Modern Movements in European Philosophy: Phenomenology, Critical Theory ...

Richard Kearney - Philosophy - 1995 - 367 pages
...asserted that "semiology would show what constitutes signs, what laws govern them", while adding that "since the science does not yet exist, no one can say what it would be . . ." (Course in General Linguistics). Saussure took the first pioneering steps in the formulation...
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Cultural Criticism: A Primer of Key Concepts

Arthur Asa Berger - Social Science - 1995 - 194 pages
...be part of social psychology and consequently of general psychology; I shall call it semiology (from Greek, semeion "sign"). Semiology would show what constitutes signs, what laws govern them. (p. 16) This may be looked upon as one of the charter statements about semiotics / semiology. Saussure...
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Structuralism and Structures: A Mathematical Perspective

Charles Earl Rickart - Mathematics - 1995 - 219 pages
...a part of social psychology and consequently of general psychology; I shall call it semiology (from Greek semeion 'sign'). Semiology would show what constitutes signs, what laws govern them. [SI, p. 16]. Before commenting upon a "general theory of signs", we include two important quotations...
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Theories of Communication: A Short Introduction

Armand Mattelart, Michèle Mattelart - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1998 - 186 pages
...social signs. 'A science that studies the life of signs within society is conceivable,' he wrote. 'l shall call it semiology (from the Greek semeion. sign). Semiology would show us what constitutes signs, what laws govern them.' Roland Barthes (1915-80) was the one who finally...
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Analyzing Cultures: An Introduction and Handbook

Marcel Danesi, Paul Perron, Professor and Principal of University College Paul Perron - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1999 - 413 pages
...be part of social psychology and consequently of general psychology; I shall call it semiology (from Greek semeion "sign"). Semiology would show what constitutes signs, what laws govern them. Ferdinand de Saussure (1857-1913) WHAT Is CULTURE? Our history is written in our genes and in our actions....
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Analyzing Cultures: An Introduction and Handbook

Marcel Danesi, Paul Perron - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1999 - 413 pages
...of social psychology and consequently of general psychology; I shall call it semiology (from Creek semeion "sign"). Semiology would show what constitutes signs, what laws govern them. Ferdinand de Saussure (1857-1913) WHAT Is CULTURE? Our history is written in our genes and in our actions....
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The Prostitute and the Prophet: Hosea's Marriage in Literary-Theoretical ...

Yvonne Sherwood - Religion - 2004 - 360 pages
...the life of signs in society is conceivable; it would be a part of social psychology and consequently of general psychology; I shall call it semiology (from...govern them. Since the science does not yet exist, no-one can say what it would be; but it has a right to existence, a place staked out in advance. Logic,...
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