Sign Relations • Comment 9

Re: Facebook DiscussionCJ

Yes, that’s the idea.

Descriptive semiotics needs formal models for describing any sort of sign-using conduct, whether conducted by humans, life-forms, machines, or sign-using systems in general.

Normative semiotics, also known as logic, inquires into how sign-using agents “should” use signs in order to achieve specific goals, for example, how to get a “true” representation of an object system.

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