Journal of Biosemiotics
Published/Hosted by Nova Science Publishers.
The Journal of Biosemiotics is dedicated to building a bridge between biology, philosophy, linguistics and communication studies. If it is true that biosemiotics is the study of signs, of communication and of information in living organisms (Oxford Dictionary of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, 1997, p.72), it is also true that, in time, it has acquired a more general scope. Today, its main challenge is to give a deeper scientific understanding not only of biological information but also of biological meaning, in the belief that organic codes and processes of interpretation are basic elements of the living world. Biosemiotics has become in this way the leading edge of the research on the fundamentals of life, and is a young exciting field on the move. The 'Journal of Biosemiotics' will try to be an instrument of its development by publishing original papers in all relevant areas of the sciences and the humanities.
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