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Sensing Corporeally: Toward a Posthuman Understanding (Toronto Studies in Semiotics and Communication) Hardcover – April 19, 2003
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'The author's main reference is Peircean semiotics and its developments, and Merrell himself may be considered as one of today's main representatives of such scholarship ... This [book] offers a significant contribution to cognitive semiotics which is reproposed not separately from a new approach to the human ... It offers an original and highly systematic development of the problems treated by Pierce and their updating in the light of today's research in the fields of philosophy, semiotics, and the sciences.'(Susan Petrilli, Professor in Semiotics, University of Bari, Italy)
'Merrell's book has a great deal to offer for the articulation of the new and much needed paradigm [of understanding] ... One of the pleasures of Merrell's writing is how he manages to pull everything together into a coherent whole. Readers ... will put the book down after finishing it with a great deal of satisfaction and with the realization that it was ingeniously composed.'(Nathan Houser, Professor of Philosophy, Director and General Editor, Peirce Edition Project, Indiana University-Purdue University, Indianapolis)
About the Author
Floyd Merrell is a Professor of Theory, Semiotics, Culture, and Latin American Literature in the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures at Purdue University.
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