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  • Signification then for Kûkai is nothing but differentiation

    Laughter

  • "The Doctrine of Categories and Signification in Duns Scotus" is sure to get blood flowing to the brain.

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • Signification or demonstration, which is the relation of the proposition to other propositions (the domain of logic, with its relations of implication and assertion).

    Gilles Deleuze

  • "The Doctrine of Categories and Signification in Duns Scotus" is sure to get blood flowing to the brain.

    enowning

  • It is Humboldt who deserves the credit for having first discovered the triadic nature of the linguistic sign: Signification (speaking) is defined by him as the synthesis (Saussure's combination) of sound and idea:

    Wilhelm von Humboldt

  • Signification is allusive not predetermined or might we say propogandistic but it is seeking itself or its particular destiny when we step outside propaganda into the narrative that wishes to inform us of truth.

    Art As Tactile Communication

  • Signification is their essence, their entire reason for being.

    Archive 2007-07-01

  • Signification is their essence, their entire reason for being.

    Read, Write, Discuss: Repeat

  • Magee, J. (1989) Boethius on Signification and Mind

    Anicius Manlius Severinus Boethius

  • However, Locke says, when having passed over the Original and Composition of our Ideas, I began to examine the Extent and Certainty of our Knowledge, I found it had so near a connexion with Words, that unless their force and manner of Signification were first well observed, there could be very little said clearly and pertinently concerning Knowledge: which being conversant about Truth, had constantly to do with Propositions.

    Unlocking Language: Self-Similarity in Blake's _Jerusalem_.

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