some resources on biosemiotics + Uexküllian/Peircean phenomenology
I thought to provide some resources given my post on semiotics from a few days ago. Some of the below might be useful for After Nature readers who are new to semiotics.
1.) On whether the natural semiotic must be a living system or not, "The Scope of Semiosis: Can Non-living Systems be Considered Semiosic?" HERE.
2.) "How Living Systems Become Minded," HERE.
3.) "Feeling" is the bond between any and all objects or agents, HERE.
4.) "Why We Should Take Biosemiotics Seriously," HERE.
5.) On biosemiotics and information transfer. See "Can Plants Communicate?" (HERE); "The Mind of Plants" (HERE); "A Phenomenology of Vegetal Life" (HERE); and "If Cats Could Talk" (HERE).
6.) Readers might want to check out the OHP book on biosemiotics HERE which is free for download, or the work of Jakob von Uexküll found HERE, again free for download; or THIS post on the biosemiotic philosophy of organism.
7.) Finally, THIS Powerpoint is extremely helpful on Uexküllian phenomenology.