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Nelson Goodman

(1906—1998)

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artificial language

artificial language  

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A language deliberately invented or constructed, especially as a means of communication in computing or information technology. See also language (1). Compare natural language.
Goodman, Nelson

Goodman, Nelson (1906–1998)   Reference library

Encyclopedia of Semiotics

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2007
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Language reference, Linguistics
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(1906–1998),

American philosopher, author of original and controversial works in epistemology such as The Structure of Appearance

iconicity

iconicity  

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Conceived in strictly Peircean terms, iconicity is one of the three relationships in which a representamen (expression) may stand to its object (content or referent) and that may be taken ...
Languages of Art

Languages of Art  

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(1968).A work by Nelson Goodman that has had a growing influence on semiotic thinking, Languages of Art: An Approach to a Theory of Symbols incited controversy with its refutation ...

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