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    Introduction by the Guest Editor
    American Journal of Semiotics 32 (1/4): 9-11. 2016.
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    Replacing Descartes’s “Thinking Thing” With Deely’s “Semiotic Animal”
    American Journal of Semiotics 32 (1/4): 143-204. 2016.
    French mathematician and natural philosopher René Descartes in the early seventeenth century developed his “thinking thing” definition of human being. This ontological construct that places the rational intellect of mankind as separate and superior to the natural world became the centerpiece of the Enlightenment and established the Modern Age. Descartes’s definition underlay the scientific and industrial revolution, colonialism, and the cultural imperialism of the West to become globalized along…Read more
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    Semiotics 569-575. 2009.