semiology

NOUN
  1. (philosophy) a philosophical theory of the functions of signs and symbols
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How To Use semiology In A Sentence

  • The semiology of the cinema will be the discipline that applies linguistic model, especially syntagmatic ones, to images as constituting one of their principle ‘codes’.
  • This is the point that de Man is making in Semiology and Rhetoric that there is a perpetual tension in any utterance between grammar and rhetoric.
  • Interpreting images is a domain of semiology, the general science of signs.
  • As is the practice in C-semiology, it takes geometry in its configurational sense and makes its productive use in mind modeling. Archive 2008-10-01
  • Thus if semiology comes from linguistics, things become relatively simple.
  • Given the title, it may be appropriate to consider the semiology of it all.
  • Karl Barth's theology can thus be accurately described as a semiology, a theological semiotics.
  • I propose to write an essay that examines the application of three strains of French social thought - structural Marxism, semiology, and postmodernism - to analyzing the mass media.
  • But something had happened to semiology and structuralism in those ten years, which, as you have surely reckoned, included 1968 and 1970.
  • Karl Barth's theology can thus be accurately described as a semiology, a theological semiotics.
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