Volume 15 · Number 3 · Pages 287–289
Comprehension and the Eigenform View on Language

Thomas Hainscho

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Abstract

Open peer commentary on the article “Semiosis as Eigenform and Observation as Recursive Interpretation” by Diana Gasparyan. Abstract: I discuss what it means to comprehend in Gasparyan’s theory that defines language as an eigenform. For that, I raise questions concerning the conditions of mutual understanding of signs, Gasparyan’s pragmatic approach, and her reference to society as a limit of interpretation.

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Hainscho T. (2020) Comprehension and the eigenform view on language. Constructivist Foundations 15(3): 287–289. https://constructivist.info/15/3/287

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