Sign Relations • Comment 2

Re: Semiotic TriangleJohn Corcoran

In a typical sign relation where Socrates belongs to the object domain O, one sign in the sign domain S could be the name “Socrates” and one interpretant in the interpretant domain I could be the name “Socrates”.

Slightly more interesting examples are discussed in the following article and section:

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