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Semiotica. Journal of the International Association for Semiotic Studies / Revue de l’Association Internationale de Sémiotique BRAGA, LUCIA SANTAELLA. Lucia Santaella’s 2 research works with 16 citations and 12 reads, including: Abduction: The Logic of Lucia Santaella has expertise in. Jan ; Semiotica. Download Citation on ResearchGate | On Jan 22, , Lucia Santaella and others Article in Semiotica () · January with 8 Reads.
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The two foci of biology: When Peirce discovered the role of the logical interpretant in habit, and of the ultimate interpretant in the change of habit, he combined the processual nature of semiosis with pragmatism. AfterPeirce engaged himself in the development of his theory of signs, particularly in the theory of interpretants and even more specifically in the theory of the logical interpretants, since the latter represented the touchstone for linking pragmatism to the theory of signs.
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