Volume 7 · Number 3 · Pages 228-230
Biosemiotics and Constructivism: Strong Allies. Review of “Essential Readings in Biosemiotics” edited by Donald Favareau.

Krystyna Bielecka

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Upshot: The reader presents a unique collection of the most important works in biosemiotics. It spans 880 pages, describing classical and modern theories, with excerpts from the most significant papers on the topic of biosemiotics, as well as suggesting further reading on the topic.

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Bielecka K. (2012) Biosemiotics and constructivism: Strong allies. Review of “essential readings in biosemiotics” edited by donald favareau.. Constructivist Foundations 7(3): 228-230. http://constructivist.info/7/3/228

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