Volume 336 2007

Diagrammatology

An Investigation On The Borderlines Of Phenomenology, Ontology, And Semiotics

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ISBN: 978-1-4020-5651-2 (Print) 978-1-4020-5652-9 (Online)

Table of contents (18 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages I-XXI

  2. Diagrams – Peirce and Husserl

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      Pages 1-1

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      Pages 3-22

      Let’s Stick Together

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      Pages 23-47

      The physiology of arguments – Peirce’s extreme realism

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      Pages 49-88

      How to Learn More

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      Pages 89-116

      Moving Pictures of Thought

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      Pages 117-140

      Everything is Transformed

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      Pages 141-159

      Categories, Diagrams, Schemata

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      Pages 161-174

      Mereology

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      Pages 175-193

      Diagrammatical Reasoning and the Synthetic a Priori

  3. Biosemiotics, Pictures, Literature

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 195-195

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      Pages 197-223

      Biosemiotics as Material and Formal Ontology

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      Pages 225-240

      A Natural Symphony?

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      Pages 241-255

      Man the Abstract Animal

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      Pages 257-273

      The Signifying Body

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      Pages 275-288

      Christ Levitating and the Vanishing Square

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      Pages 289-319

      Into the Picture

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      Pages 321-326

      Small Outline of a Theory of the Sketch

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      Pages 327-343

      Who is Michael Wo-Ling Ptah-Hotep Jerolomon?

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      Pages 345-363

      Five Types of Schematic Iconicity in the Literary Text

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      Pages 365-382

      The Man Who Knew Too Much

  4. Back Matter

    Pages 385-507