Language and Imaginability pursues the hypothesis that natural
language is fundamentally heterosemiotic, combining as it does the
symbolicity of word sounds with the iconicity of motivated
signifieds conceived as socially organized mental events. Viewed
phenomenologically, language is regarded as an ontically
heteronomous construct performed by speakers within the boundaries
of sufficient semiosis under the control of the speech community.
From both angles, a commitment to some form of inters...
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