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Invited panel: Peircean perspectives on multimodal sign processes and embodiment

Activity: Talk or presentation typesInvited talk

24/08/202028/08/2020

Invited panel participation in the Applying Peirce 3, Third International Conference on Peirce’s Thought and its Applications ( with Irene Mittelberg and Alin Olteanu, Aachen University, Germany)
Research in Charles Sanders Peirce’s thought has grown rapidly both within and outside the arena of philosophy on the global level. Peirce’s pioneering contributions to philosophy, pragmatism, logic, the theory of signs, philosophy of science and to numerous other fields are currently being explored not only in philosophy but also in other sciences and in art studies.
Panel focus: This panel explores new avenues for research into multimodal sign processes and embodiment through applying Peirce’s semiotic theory. Building on existing research in this domain, we would like to further explore possible applications of Peirce’s phenomenal philosophy, particularly looking more deeply into its avant-garde addressing of aspects of semiosis that involve, put in contemporary terms, multimodality and embodiment.

Event (Conference)

TitleThird International Conference on Peirce’s Thought and its Applications
Date24/08/2028/08/20
LocationTallinn University of Technology
CityTallin
CountryEstonia
Degree of recognitionInternational event