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Umberto Eco

(b. 1932) Italian novelist and semiotician

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Charles Sanders Peirce

Charles Sanders Peirce  

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(1839–1914)American philosopher of science and language. Peirce was the son of the distinguished Harvard mathematician Benjamin Peirce, and educated to a mistrust of metaphysical reasoning, compared ...
code

code  

1 A numerical and/or alphabetical system for organizing and classifying information and data.2 A formal statement of acceptable ways for members of a defined professional group to behave, i.e., a ...
Eco, Umberto

Eco, Umberto (b. 1932)   Reference library

Encyclopedia of Aesthetics

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2008
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Art & Architecture, Philosophy
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3,532 words

(b. 1932), Italian aesthetician, novelist, and critic of art.

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Ernst Cassirer

Ernst Cassirer  

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(1874–1945)German Neo-Kantian, who resigned as Rector of Hamburg University in 1933, and subsequently taught at various universities in England and the United States. His main ambition was to develop ...
semiotics

semiotics  

[Ge]The study of the ways in which non‐linguistic phenomena can generate meaning. In archaeology this is especially important because of its focus on material culture which is well known as a means ...
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The actual wording of a written work, as distinct from a reader's (or theatrical director's) interpretation of its story, theme, subtext, etc.; or a specific work chosen as the object of analysis. ...

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