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  • noun semiotics The sphere of semiosis in which the sign processes operate in the set of all interconnected Umwelts.


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  • Such considerations closely link Eliot's understanding of culture with Lotman's concept of the semiosphere.

    Kevin Smokler: Bookmark Now Michael Allen 2005

  • If there’s a planet earth created by public perception, by the distorted information and misinformation fed to people by various media, by history, by opinion – a sort of semiosphere of smoke and mirrors… then honesty compels us not to write about that world.

    This is the future we have made… « It Doesn't Have To Be Right… 2009

  • A semiosphere is, inherently, a non-totalizing totality — it unites disparate and unrelated phenomena, but without annihilating difference.

    STREET SCHEMA (6) – HILOBROW Joshua Glenn 2024


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