De la «sujétion», ou Crise de la sémiotique

Abstract Can semiotics theorise subjectivity? Since all communicated signs are framed by enunciation, inter-subjectivity is presupposed in semiosis, because it structures its deictic relations; but can subjectivity as such — which is a matter of cognitive psychology and phenomenology, both existential and formal — still be considered as an entity pertaining to the domain of meaning and semiosis? In this note, I present the hypothesis that semioses of different kinds gravitate around a constitutive column of meaning-making spanning from perception and symbolic-performative meaning through c...

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