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Medieval Semiotics


Medieval Semiotics

First published Fri Dec 19, 2003; substantive revision Wed May 11, 2011

This entry intends to give an account of the most important stages of the medieval history of semiotics by providing a general chronological survey of the main sources and theoretical developments of the medieval notion of sign.

Medieval Semiotics
Stanford Encyclopaedia of Philosophy
Stanford Center for the Study of Language and Information

 Malcolm D B Munro
Wednesday 1 January, 2020

Filed under: Arts, Literature, Media, Music, mythology, poetry, songs, stories

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