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A Legacy for Living Systems

Gregory Bateson as Precursor to Biosemiotics

Series: Biosemiotics, Vol. 2

Hoffmeyer, Jesper (Ed.)

2008

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From the reviews:

"In this book are collected 14 essays on a range of topics related to, applying, or extending Bateson’s work and legacy. … Open minded biologists and semioticians, as well as students of Peirce, will be interested … in this book. … I recommend it highly." (Phillip Guddemi, Cybnetics and Human Knowing, Vol. 15 (3-4), 2008)

"Biosemiotics studies the ‘sign character’ of processes ‘inside or between living systems,’ from a single cell, to organisms, to ecological systems … . The introduction and the 14 chapters of this book are well written and generally understandable by a nonexpert in biosemiotics or Bateson’s work." (H. I. Kilov, ACM Computing Reviews, April, 2009)

 

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