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Consciousness and the Philosophy of Signs


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1. The promise of semiotic inquiry.- 2. The past, present, and future of semiotic inquiry.- 3. Tone-deaf no more.- 4. A missed avenue.- 5. The Peircean alternative.- 6. Prescission as our "undo button".- 7. Getting in touch without touching.- 8. Simplicity within complexity.- 9. Peirce's merger versus Poinsot's buffer.- 10. Un-Lockeing a coloured world.- 11. Information flow, information pause.- 12. What sort of ontology might this imply?

About the Author

Marc Champagne is an Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Trent University. He holds a Ph.D. degree in Philosophy from York University and a Ph.D. degree in Semiotics from UQAM, where he studied with the Peirce-Wittgenstein Research Group. In addition to publishing in many peer-reviewed philosophy journals, he was tasked with gathering the best literature on semiotics for Oxford Bibliographies in Philosophy.


"Marc Champagne's new book Consciousness and the Philosophy of Signs is a triumph. The book is eminently well informed, well reasoned, well written, and well worth reading." (Jamin Pelkey, American Journal of Semiotics, Vol. 35 (3-4), 2019)
"Marc Champagne makes large claims and indeed undertakes what might seem to some readers a Herculean task -- to solve the 'hard problem', as the problem of qualia has come to be identified in the philosophy of mind. ... This is a very suggestive book. It is moreover a clearly and engagingly written text, and (for the most part) a carefully and responsibly argued one." (Vincent M. Colapietro, Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews, ndpr.nd.edu, October 7, 2018)

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