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phytosemioticsPhytosemiotik (ger.)

  • definition needed!

    The problem of this essay is to establish phytosemiotics, i.e., the semiotics of plants, as an area of inquiry into sign processes, parallel and on an equal footing with anthroposemiotics, the study of human communication, and zoosemiotics (Sebeok 1963, 1972), the study of sign processes occurring within and between species of animals, the three areas forming together the discipline of ‘biosemiotics’.

    Krampen, M. (1981). Phytosemiotics. Semiotica 36, 187-209: 187.