Semiootika ja tõlkimine [Semiotics and translation]

Ubaldo Stecconi
European Commission

tõlkija Maarja MeriojaTerje Loogus

Sisukord

Mõiste „semiootika“ koondab enda alla intellektuaalsed uurimistööd, mille peamine objekt on märgid ja märgisüsteemid. Praegu semiootikal ühtne teooria puudub ja uurimistööd tehakse eri teadusharudes. Petrilli ja Ponzio pakuvad välja järgmise loetelu võimalikest käsitustest:

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