Editorial
By Paul Bouissac
A few centuries of cumulative science, methodically acquired under the aegis of the Enlightenment philosophers, have contributed to breaking down walls and disseminating knowledge which could have otherwise remained jealously guarded secrets. Read more...
World Report
By Chie-Sou Kim
The history of Korean semiotics is not long. However, reporting on the present state of Korean semiotics seems a very challenging and dangerous enterprise: semiotics itself is interdisciplinary and has some characteristics of all educational systems; Read more...
State of the Art
By Henk W. M. Gazendam
Organizational semiotics tries to understand organizations based on the use of signs, texts, documents, sign-based artefacts and communication, thereby using the results of for instance psychology, economics, and information systems science as basic disciplines. Read more...
The Treasure Chest
By Paul Bouissac
Anticipation: The End Is Where We Start From (with DVD) by Mihai Nadin
Decisions, Uncertainty and the Brain by Paul W. Glimcher
Beethoven’s Anvil: Music in Mind and Culture by William Benzon
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World Report
By Yong-Ho Choi & Hyun-Kwon Kim
It is paradoxically both too late and somewhat premature to discuss the place of Saussurism in the Korean intellectual landscape. Too late, because the early Saussurean linguistic paradigm has been overcome, in Korea as elsewhere in the world, by generativism, pragmatism and cognitivism; premature, because the 1990s have witnessed a renaissance of Saussurean studies. Read more...