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Spaces and Significations


Roberta Kevelson

This book examines Space, as Time and Motion, as a complex, evolving topic, from the special perspective of modern semiotics. The distinguished community of scholars explore concepts of locus, boundary, grounding, borders, sites, and cultural surrounds as aspects of the idea of semiotic space. This collection is international and transdisciplinary in range and insight. A common theme which binds these viewpoints into a cohesive text is Law with respect to that Space called human affairs.