The Sense of Grammar : Language as Semiotic / / Michael Shapiro.

With The Sense of Grammar, Peircean studies take a giant step forward, moving from a preoccupation with textual exegesis into the battleground of linguistic analysis. Working along the lines suggested by Peirce's theory of signs, as interpreted within the context of the philosopher's entir...

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Place / Publishing House:Bloomington : : Indiana University Press,, 1983.
Year of Publication:1983
Physical Description:1 online resource (1 online resource xi, 236 pages) :; illustrations
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