The (semiotic) failure of logocentrism

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Published on March 9, 2014

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mythos, logos, ethos, pathos, interpretive religion, descriptive science, normative philosophy, evaluative culture, non-negotiated dogmatic concepts, negotiated theoretic concepts, non-negotiable semiotic concepts, in-negotiation heuristic concepts,

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