Talk:Meaning (semiotics)

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Notes & Queries[edit]

Jon Awbrey 20:56, 21 February 2006 (UTC)

The introduction to this article is almost completely incomprehensible to me. Also, I am not sure that I see the value of subject headers that simply refer to other articles. I would like to see someone bring order to the topics of connotation/denotation rather than create a network of mutually referential (and probably redundant) articles. Bob 01:30, 7 March 2006 (UTC)

  • JA: I am presently working on a full exposition of these matters under the Sign relation banner and will adapt briefer versions of the pertinent concepts for this particular context. Give it a few days, maybe. I recognize that there is some de-wrinkling to do with all the different approaches that have tackled the subject of meaning over the centuries, but Rome was not built in a day, as they say. Jon Awbrey 04:34, 7 March 2006 (UTC)



A convenient distinction of two kinds of meaning[edit]

Link...-->      --Faustnh (talk) 19:47, 27 April 2009 (UTC)