Finite semiotics: Cognitive sets, semiotic vectors, and semiosic oscillation

@article{Shackell2019FiniteSC,
  title={Finite semiotics: Cognitive sets, semiotic vectors, and semiosic oscillation},
  author={Cameron Shackell},
  journal={Semiotica},
  year={2019},
  volume={2019},
  pages={211 - 235}
}
Abstract The grounding of semiotics in the finiteness of cognition is extended into constructs and methods for analysis by incorporating the assumption that cognition can be similar within and between agents. After examining and formalizing cognitive similarity as an ontological commitment, the recurrence of cognitive states is examined in terms of a “cognitive set.” In the individual, the cognitive set is seen as evolving under the bidirectional, cyclical determination of thought by the… Expand
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