David Savan

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David Savan (1916 – 1992) was an eminent semiotician and Charles Sanders Peirce scholar.

He was a Professor in the University of Toronto, Philosophy Department, 1943-1981.

He was the first recipient of the Thomas A. Sebeok fellowship.[1]


  1. ^ Deely, John (2005). "Sign Systems Studies". 33 (2): 477–480.

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