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Broken arm semiotics, part II: Plaster cast, rheme, interpretant

…it has never been in my power to study anything, — mathematics, ethics, metaphysics, gravitation, thermodynamics, optics, chemistry, comparative anatomy, astronomy, psychology, phonetics, economic, the history of science, whist, men and women, wine, metrology, except as a study of semeiotic.

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A linguistic anthropologist breaks his arm: Indexical order of an elbow brace

Wednesday evening I was biking, sideswiped by a car. Right arm broken in 2 places, immobilized. Here are a few stray observations. — Daniel Ginsberg (@NemaVeze) June 19, 2015 It’s been a week since this crash happened, which is more

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Semiotics and the development of number sense

What is a number, really? Or to put it another way: think of the lights on a traffic light, the segments of the circle in the Mercedes-Benz logo, the beats in one measure of a waltz rhythm, the way Julius

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