The case of referential gestural signaling


578 Communicative & Integrative Biology Volume 5 Issue 6 Human language is, in its essence, a referential system, which involves cooperation of three subjects: a sign, its referent, and its interpretant. Signs vary in the way they relate to their referents and are classified as icons, indices or true symbols. An icon is related to its referent by virtue of… (More)


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@inproceedings{Pika2012TheCO, title={The case of referential gestural signaling}, author={Simone Pika}, year={2012} }