Martin Krampen

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Martin Krampen (March 9, 1928 in Siegen – June 18, 2015 in Ulm) was a leading German semiotician, semiotics Professor in Göttingen.[1] He has worked in the field of visual semiotics and environmental perception, also as a professional artist, but he became well known as the one who established the field of phytosemiotics (study of vegetative semiosis),[2] later becoming an important branch of semiotic biology or biosemiotics. He is a co-editor of Zeitschrift für Semiotik.

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  1. ^ "Martin Krampen 87jährig gestorben" (in German). schwaebische. 22 June 2015. Retrieved 26 June 2015. 
  2. ^ Nöth, Winfried 1990. Handbuch der Semiotik. Stuttgart: J.B.Metzler, pp. 258-259.

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