Finite semiotics: Recovery functions, semioformation, and the hyperreal

@article{Shackell2018FiniteSR,
  title={Finite semiotics: Recovery functions, semioformation, and the hyperreal},
  author={Cameron Shackell},
  journal={Semiotica},
  year={2018},
  volume={2019},
  pages={211 - 226}
}
Abstract The grounding of semiotics in the finiteness of cognition is extended by examining the assumption that cognition can be compared or described. To this end, the two means by which qualitative values for cognition are putatively derived – introspection and observation – are framed in terms of the semiosic field as metacognition and trans-metacognition. These recovery functions are seen to be complex and mutable, dependent on context and habitus rather than objective encapsulation of past… Expand
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