Umberto Eco Quote

To see human beings as signifying animals — even outside the practice of verbal language — and to see that their ability to produce and to interpret signs, as well as their ability to draw inferences, is rooted in the same cognitive structures, represent a way to give form to our experience.


Semiotics and the Philosophy of Language (1984)

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To see human beings as signifying animals — even outside the practice of verbal language — and to see that their ability to produce and to...

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To see human beings as signifying animals — even outside the practice of verbal language — and to see that their ability to produce and to...

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To see human beings as signifying animals — even outside the practice of verbal language — and to see that their ability to produce and to...

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To see human beings as signifying animals — even outside the practice of verbal language — and to see that their ability to produce and to...