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Trattato di semiotica generale

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La prospettiva della semiotica estetologica o interpretativa di Umberto Eco muove dalla centralità del concetto di interpretazione formulato da Peirce in due direzioni: ridefinizione teorica ed epistemologica (conoscenza scientifica epistemologia) della semiotica; analisi della cultura e dei testi con particolare riferimento alla loro ricezione.
Paperback, Studi Bompiani, 408 pages
Published September 25th 1978 by Bompiani (first published February 1st 1978)
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Miss Ravi
یه نفری رو میشناسم که میگفت آدمها ممکنه چیزهای زیادی بدونن اما از اون دونستههاشون چیزهای خیلی کمی رو واقعاً «بفهمند». خیلی هم روی این فهمیدن تاکید داشت. من وقتی این کتاب رو خوندم و از همون اوایل یاد حرفهای اون آدم افتادم و فهمیدم که چقدر این کتاب رو نمیفهمم. با وجودی که میدونم داره چی میگه.
بعضی صفحات رو دو سه باری خوندم، نه اینکه تاثیری نداشت ولی روی کلیّتش برام نتیجهی زیادی نداشت. واسه همین نمیتونم الان امتیازی به این کتاب بدم. کسی که این کتاب رو پیشنهاد داد بهم، تاکید کرد که ازوناست که یه بار
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Conrad
Mar 24, 2007 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: philosophy
Contains one of the best jokes I know. To paraphrase:

Two worn-out dogs with mangy coats run into a third dog on the streets of Moscow. This third dog has a gorgeous, shiny coat, and appears well-fed. The two dogs walk up to the third and ask, "How the hell did you get so much food? We're starving out here!" The third dog goes, "Well, there's this doctor Pavlov who runs this psychology institute. I walk in and he puts me in a warm room and rings a bell. All I have to do then is drool a little, an
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Kim
Jan 21, 2011 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Definitely targeted an an audience already familiar with linguistics theory - be prepared to use your dictionary and favorite translation program.

Deep, systematic theory of semiotics that breaks down into theories of code production and theories of sign production.

I used it in a graduate class as an intro to semiotics and it was way too specialist and detailed for the purposes for which we needed it. I think, after discussion, that my students still got a lot out of it as it enabled us to talk a
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Charlie
Jun 18, 2010 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition

I would strongly recommend this book to anyone who is a fan of language philosophy as the perfect counter point in which to observe what language does do rather than to meditate on how it does it. The other thing that is so refreshing about Eco is just how readable he is at the same time as conveying a great many very difficult concepts: Eco has no need to disguise ideas in murky rhetoric because he is a genuine intellectual who understands a great many complex phenomena.

There are of course many
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Maria Maniaci
Impenetrable. But that's probably me and not him--he's brilliant, but I'm new to this and this is not a primer. I read it because I had to, at about 10 pages per hour, and they were very long hours.

It's a pet peeve of mine when someone is in essence lecturing on a topic and they slip in and out of foreign languages for paragraphs at a time, then go on to build their own arguements on the untranslated text. Of course if you're reading this of your own voilition, maybe you've already read everyth
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Amanda
Jun 27, 2010 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Extremely technical and demanding, not to mention a bit dry, this book is worth the effort if you are interested in philosophy of language and understanding ideas. I read it in a class on semiotics so I imagine it would be even harder flying solo. I have heard "misreadings" is more indicative of Eco's personality and writing than this book is.
Robert Foschia
Do you need to know the intricacies of every counter- point Eco thinks if in terms of his theories? Hold this book two inches from your face because it demands you abandon the world. The last line is the only useful tidbit
Kirk Lowery
Jul 24, 2011 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: linguistics
Before there was linguistics, there was semiotics.
Rebecca Wood
This was a difficult read, I didn't finish it all the way and had to return it to the library. Many of the terms were not defined and had to be learned from repeated context. It is not an introductory book on the subject, but an argument developed in detail within the field. It was thought provoking, but I can't really recommend it as a good book to read while nursing - ACK!?! what on earth was I thinking!?!

I blogged about how this book relates to art:
http://www.artandtheeveryday.net/Arta...
George
Mar 19, 2013 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Най-трудно завършената книга, която съм чел.
Изключителна широта на опита за систематизиране на семиотиката в един-единствен трактат.
Но определено не е за хода, които тепърва ще "се учат" какво е семиотика.
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Umberto Eco was an Italian writer of fiction, essays, academic texts, and children's books, and certainly one of the finest authors of the twentieth century. A professor of semiotics at the University of Bologna, Eco’s brilliant fiction is known for its playful use of language and symbols, its astonishing array of allusions and references, and clever use of puzzles and narrative inventions. His pe ...more
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