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The Self as a Sign, the World, and the Other
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Foreword -by Augusto Ponzio
Acknowledgments
Introduction: To Begin from a Semiotic Perspective1 The Sign "Self" and Its Interpretations
1.1 The Lifeworld as Semiosis
1.2 Signs of the Self and the Self as a Sign
1.3 The Self in-between Bodies and Signs
1.4 Time and the Other: Future, Inference, Otherness
1.5 Listening and Identity
1.6 Incomplete, Unfinalizable Self
1.7 Semiotics and Responsibility
1.8 The Detotalizing Approach and the Word
1.9 Sign-Interpretant Dialogic
1.10 Self, Thought, Word
1.11 To Sum Up and Push Ahead2 A Terminological and Conceptual Intermezzo
2.1 Life, Language, and the Global Semiotic Perspective
2.2 More about Modeling, Communication, and the "Play of Musement"
2.3 Global Semiosis and Intercorporeal Interconnectivity
2.4 "The Semiotic Self," Global Communication, and the Health of Semiosis
2.5 Self and Its Boundaries, a Biosemiotic Perspective
2.6 Self-Perception: Subjective Signs and Objective Signs3 The Inner-Outer Illusion
3.1 The "Obscure Part" of the Self
3.2 Inward and Outward, a Double World at Least
3.3 The Body in the Sign. Thought, Body, and Culture
3.4 The Self between Community and Singularity
3.5 Identity and Its Otherwise
3.6 Knowable/Unknowable. Beyond Logical Reasoning
3.7 Self-Control, Freedom, and Responsibility
3.8 Attraction, Constraint, and Casualness
3.9 More on Agapasm and Abduction, Protagonists in the Thought-Sign Relation
3.10 Dialogic, Logic, and Ontology, a Closer Look
3.11 Language, Signs, Values. Between Significs and Semioethics4 The Self as Opening to the Other
4.1 The "Small Experience" and the "Great Experience," a Biosemiotic Perspective
4.2 The Self from Reason to Reasonableness
4.3 The Self in the Interrelation between Love and Logic
4.4 Female Difference and Critique of the Identical
4.5 Translation as Increase in Value
4.6 The Multiple Self
4.7 Self and "Ident," in Praise of "Selfness"
4.8 Subjectivity Detotalized, the I as Centrifugal "Dividuality"
4.9 Mother-Sense as a Human Propensity
4.10 Gift-Giving at the Origin of Logic and Language5 Self, Other, and Values
5.1 One's Own Word Is Always the Other's. On Language and Dialogism
5.2 Dialogism, Corporeity, and Consciousness
5.3 The Speaking Subject and the Concrete Utterance
5.4 The Psyche in Sociality, between Inner and Outer
5.5 A Double Birth at Least
5.6 The Unconscious, Signs, and Social Ideology
5.7 Official/Unofficial Conscious, Official/Unofficial Ideology
5.8 Interrelations between Sign Tissue and Psycho-Social Tissue
5.9 The Concepts of "Open Self" and "Open Society"
5.10 Sciences for the Construction of New Men in a New Society
5.11 Between Cooperation and Uniqueness, and the Role of Semiotics
5.12 Linguistic Mystification, Social Alienation, and Values
5.13 Global Communication and the Technologies of Separation
5.14 Beyond the Individual Body, Intercorporeity, the "Grotesque Body"6 The Self in Language and Communication
6.1 Interpretation, Otherness, and Dialogism
6.2 Dialogism and Witness to the Other
6.3 Substantial Dialogism and Absolute Otherness
6.4 Writing, Indirect Speaking, Discourse Genre
6.5 Significance, Iconicity, Responsibility
6.6 The Self as a Text
6.7 To Speak Is to Respond
6.8 Verbal Action and Its Nonverbal Communicative Conditions
6.9 The Rustle of Communication7 Critique of Identity: For an Extracommunitarian Self
7.1 Difference, Dialogism, and the Quality of Life
7.2 Logic of Identity and "Critique of Dialogic Reason"
7.3 For a New Semiotico-Philosophical Founding of the Self, Signs, and Values
7.4 Nonfunctionality and the Properly Human
7.5 In the Face of the Other
7.6 The Humanism of Otherness, "homo sum: humani nihil mihi alienum puto"
7.7 Obscenity of the Identical
7.8 Unindifferent Difference: Critique of the Identical and Its Reproduction
7.9 The Extracommunitarian Self
7.10 Work and Belonging
7.11 Reappropriation and Exposition
7.12 Outside the Trap of Identity, or "Otherwise than Being"
7.13 Fear of the Other and Fear for the Other
7.14 On the Signs of Sexual Identity
7.15 Return to "Writing"
7.16 Outside Place, Outside Identity8 Self, Freedom, and the Word's Otherness
8.1 Between the Myths of Mental Illness and the Subject's Self-Sufficiency
8.2 The Subject as Substratum and the Foundation Fallacy
8.3 Cyphermatics, a Science of the Word
8.4 Intentionality and Nonintentionality of the Conscious in the Word
8.5 Subjectivity and the "Limits of Interpretation"
8.6 On the Sign Relation between the Self as a Subject and Its Object
8.7 Sign Models and Conceptions of the Subject
8.8 The Dialogic Self
8.9 The "Same Other"Small Glossary
References
Index

About the Author

Susan Petrilli is an associate professor at the University of Bari Aldo Moro, Italy. She is author of many books, including Expression and Interpretation in Language and The Self as a Sign, the World, and the Other.

Reviews

"This lucid, insightful, and comprehensive account of the subject-object relationship as well as of the relation of the self to the other, is the first comprehensive elucidation of this com-plex interconnection within the context of semiotics analysis." --Frank Nuessel, president, Semiotic Society of America, 2001 "Blending semiotic structuralism with post-structuralism seamlessly and in a truly original way, this book presents a powerful theory of identity and selfhood as semiotic construc-tions that are attuned to world events and situational factors." --Marcel Danesi, professor of linguistic anthropology, University of Toronto


"A dazzling book . . . brilliantly written with . . . power, polemical force, and chilling clarity." --Dinda L. GorlEe, American Book Review


"This lucid, insightful, and comprehensive account of the subject-object relationship as well as of the relation of the self to the other, is the first comprehensive elucidation of this com-plex interconnection within the context of semiotics analysis."

--Frank Nuessel, president, Semiotic Society of America, 2001

"Blending semiotic structuralism with post-structuralism seamlessly and in a truly original way, this book presents a powerful theory of identity and selfhood as semiotic construc-tions that are attuned to world events and situational factors."

--Marcel Danesi, professor of linguistic anthropology, University of Toronto


"A dazzling book . . . brilliantly written with . . . power, polemical force, and chilling clarity."

--Dinda L. GorlEe, American Book Review


-This lucid, insightful, and comprehensive account of the subject-object relationship as well as of the relation of the self to the other, is the first comprehensive elucidation of this com-plex interconnection within the context of semiotics analysis.-

--Frank Nuessel, president, Semiotic Society of America, 2001

-Blending semiotic structuralism with post-structuralism seamlessly and in a truly original way, this book presents a powerful theory of identity and selfhood as semiotic construc-tions that are attuned to world events and situational factors.-

--Marcel Danesi, professor of linguistic anthropology, University of Toronto


-A dazzling book . . . brilliantly written with . . . power, polemical force, and chilling clarity.-

--Dinda L. GorlEe, American Book Review

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