Semiotics VS Semiology
- The diagram shows two currents: one in Europe, the other in America.
- Ferdinand de Saussure’s Semiology represents the European current.
- C.S Peirce’s Semeiotics/Semiotics represents the American current.
- The two semioticians above are the precursors of modern semiotics, qualified as scientific.
- They inspired semioticians like Louis Hjelmslev, Charles Morris, Max Bense, Roman Jakobson, Roland Barthes, and Umberto Eco.
- Signs are always at the heart of semiotics.
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Khettab, Sid Ahmed. Semiotics and Semiology: From Sign to Semiosis and From Code to Discourse [Course]. 2021. DOI.org (Datacite), https://doi.org/10.13140/RG.2.2.23509.55520. [Online Article]
KHETTAB, Sid Ahmed. Semiotics and Semiology: From Sign to Semiosis and From Code to Discourse. Independently published, 2021, https://www.amazon.com/Semiotics-Semiology-Sign-Semiosis-Discourse/dp/B0959N6111. [Paperback]