Style Symbolic Language Structure and Syntactic Change

I CONTEXTUALITY , SOCIAL REALITY , AND LANGUAGE THEORY Linguistic theory which presumes an ideal speaker ... of context - freesentences cannot begin to account for the ways that distinctive syntactic structures function as Signs in ...

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Author: Roberta Kevelson

Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG

ISBN: 9783112330289

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 51

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Bibliography of Semiotics 1975 1985

Carl: 1980: Semantic Structures in the of Heinrich von Morungen: A Textual Linguistic Diss. ... Kevelson, Roberta: 1976: and Syntactic Change: Style, Symbolic Language Structure Intransitivity and the perception of "is" in English.

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Author: Viktoria Eschbach-Szabo

Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing

ISBN: 9027237395

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 948

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This bibliography of semiotic studies covering the years 1975-1985 impressively reveals the world-wide intensification in the field. During this decade, national semiotic societies have been founded allover the world; a great number of international, national, and local semiotic conferences have taken place; the number of periodicals and book series devoted to semiotics has increased as has the number of books and dissertations in the field. This bibliography is the result of a dedicated effort to approach complete coverage.

The Law as a System of Signs

1976. Style, Symbolic Language Structure, and Syntactic Change. Lisse: Peter de Ridder. — 1977. Inlaws/Outlaws. With Peter de Ridder. Bloomington: Research Center for Semiotic and Structural Studies. 1978a. “Reversals and Recognitions.

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Author: Roberta Kevelson

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781461309116

Category: Philosophy

Page: 344

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Even if Peirce were well understood and there existed· general agreement among Peirce scholars on what he meant by his semiotics, or philosophy of signs, the undertaking of this book-wliich intends to establish a theoretical foundation for a new approach to understanding the interrelations of law, economics, and politics against referent systems of value-would be a risky venture. But since such general agreement on Peirce's work is lacking, one's sense of adventure in ideas requires further qualification. Indeed, the proverbial nerve for failure must in any case be attendant. If one succeeds, one has introduced for further inquiry the strong possibility that should our social systems of law, economics, and politics---our means of interpersonal transaction as a whole-be understood against the theoretical back ground of a dynamic, "motion-picture" universe that is continually becoming, that is infinitely developing and changing in response to genuinely novel elements that emerge as existents, then the basic concepts of rights, resources, and reality take on new dimensions of meaning in correspondence with n-dimensional, infinite value judgments or truth-like beliefs which one holds. If such a view, as Peirce maintained, were possible and tenable not only for philosophy but as the basis for action and interaction in the world of human experience and practical affairs, one would readily say that risk taking is a small price for the realization of such possibility.

Legal Signs Fascinate

In the period preceding her doctorate, Bobby had written and published two books: her first was entitled Style, Symbolic Language Structure, Syntactic Change, published in the Peter de Ridder Press and its Publications in Semiotics of ...

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Author: Jan M. Broekman

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319695204

Category: Law

Page: 74

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This engaging book examines the origins and first effects of the concept ‘legal semiotics’, focusing on the inventor of the term, Roberta Kevelson (1931-1998). It highlights the importance of her ideas and works which have contributed to legal theory, legal interpretation and philosophy of language. Kevelson’s work is particularly relevant today, in our world of global electronic communication networks which rely so much on language, signs, signals and shortcuts. Kevelson could not have foreseen the 21st century, yet the story of her work and influence deserves more attention as it is key to our understanding of modern legal discourse and why law fascinates and is accepted in modern society. The authors draw on Kevelson’s hitherto unknown Office Papers and Notes, and a biographical examination points to key influences in her work such as the early feminist movements of the US East Coast, the philosophy of Charles Sanders Peirce and the semiotics of Thomas Sebeok. This forms the basis for a more encompassing research of Kevelson’s position, work and philosophical background, which the authors call for. A quick and enlightening read, this book interests a wide range of readers with an interest in legal history and the fields which Kevelson both drew on and influenced, including lawyers, students and scholars.

Charles S Peirce s Method of Methods

Style, Symbolic Language Structure, Syntactic Change. (Lisse: The Peter de Ridder Press). (1976b). “Questions and Answers: Toward a Semiotics of Communicative Contracts,” Brown Working Papers 2. (1977a). Inlaws/Outlaws.

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Author: Roberta Kevelson

Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing

ISBN: 9789027278975

Category: Philosophy

Page: 180

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In all disciplines there are specifiable basic concepts, our universes of discourse, which define special areas of inquiry. Semiotics is that ‘science of sciences’ which inquires into all processes of inquiry, and which seeks to discover methods of inquiry. Peirce held that semiotics was to be the method of methods. An account of semiotic method should distinguish between the way the term ‘sign’ is used in semiotics and the various ways this term was meant in nearly all the traditional disciplines. In this monograph Roberta Kevelson minutely explores Charles S. Peirce’s method of methods.

Subject Catalog

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Author: Library of Congress

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105211445916

Category: Subject catalogs

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The Semiotics of Law in Legal Education

always becoming sign, symbol or infinitely more, perhaps a subject that recognizes itself as an “I”—until also this “I” withdraws ... Symbolic language structure and syntactic change. ... New York Times Style Magazine, April, 58, p. 90.

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Author: Jan M. Broekman

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9789400713413

Category: Law

Page: 255

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This book offers educational experiences, including reflections and the resulting essays, from the Roberta Kevelson Seminar on Law and Semiotics held during 2008 – 2011 at Penn State University’s Dickinson School of Law. The texts address educational aspects of law that require attention and that also are issues in traditional jurisprudence and legal theory. The book introduces education in legal semiotics as it evolves in a legal curriculum. Specific semiotic concepts, such as “sign”, “symbol” or “legal language,” demonstrate how a lawyer’s professionally important tasks of name-giving and meaning-giving are seldom completely understood by lawyers or laypeople. These concepts require analyses of considerable depth to understand the expressiveness of these legal names and meanings, and to understand how lawyers can “say the law,” or urge such a saying correctly and effectively in the context of a natural language that is understandable to all of us. The book brings together the structure of the Seminar, its foundational philosophical problems, the specifics of legal history, and the semiotics of the legal system with specific themes such as gender, family law, and business law.

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Roberta Kevelson , Style , Symbolic Language Structure and Syntactic Change , Lisse , The Peter De Ridder Press , 1976 , pp . 51 . Sommario : Preface . Contextuality , Social Reality , and Language Theory . Structural Significations .

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ISBN: UOM:39015073572524

Category: Linguistics

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Semiotica

... us that Peirce had revealed to us how the world has actually worked : through relations — changing – according to laws - paradoxically - incorporating chaos and freedom . ... Style , Symbolic Language Structure , Syntactic Change .

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ISBN: NWU:35556030900922

Category: Language and languages

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