


Logic and Semiotics
Series edited by JeanYves Beziau
The idea of this book series Logic and Semiotics is to publish books developing the connections between logic (in a broad sense) and semiotics (considering all its tendencies / schools).
The following formats are welcome:
(1) Monographs
(2) Collections of papers
(3) Textbooks
Logic and Semiotics
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Series Editor:
JeanYves Beziau, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazilian Research Council and Brazilian Academy of Philosophy
(Symbols and Symbolization, Arbitrariness, Identity, Meaning Theory, Boole)
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Editorial Board:
JeanPierre Desclés, Sorbonne University, Paris, France
(Categorial Grammars, Combinatory Logic, Church's Functional Types, Formal Semantics, Cognitive Semantics, Typicity, Typicality and Atypicality, Language activity, Natural languages as semiotic system, Time and aspects, Topology)
Marcus Kracht, Bielefeld University, Bielfeld, Germany
(Language/Linguistics, Structuralism, Semantics, Mathematical and Computational Semiotics)
Robert C. May, University of California, Davis, USA
(Logic Form, Grammar of Quantification, Plurality, Frege, Indexicals)
AhtiVeikko Pietarinen, Nazarbayev University, Astana, Republic of Kazakhstan
(Peirce, Peirce's logic, Logic and Signs, History and Philosophy of Logic and Semiotics, Diagrams, Graphs, NonClassical Logic)
Cassiano Terra Rodrigues, Aeronautics Institute of Technology, São José dos Campos, Brazil
(C.S.Peirce, L.Wittgenstein, U.Eco's semiotic, V.Welby's significs, Peircean Semeiotic, History and Philosophy of Logic and of Semiotics, Pragmatism)
Urszula WybraniecSkardowska, Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University in Warsaw, Poland
(Logical Theory of Language, Categorial Grammars, Meaning, Denotation and Interpretation, Concrete and Abstract Signs)
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 Volume LS1:
The Arbitrariness of the Sign in Question Proceedings of a CLG100 Workshop, Geneva, January 1012, 2017
JeanYves Beziau, editor
9781848903135
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