Bestiality: Animal Cultures

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Abstract

Multinaturalism shouldn’t be viewed solely as the paradigmatic existenceof multiple natures in different cultures – or “ontologies” as Descola refers tothem – but also and most importantly as the syntagmatic presence, and the resultingcontrast, of various ontologies within the same culture. From a semiotic point ofview, then, the so-called ontologies are considered to be effects of meaning derivedfrom precise discursive dispositifs. Describing such dispositifs is the aim of thispaper.
Lingua originaleEnglish
Titolo della pubblicazione ospiteSemiotics of Animals in Culture
Pagine121-134
Numero di pagine14
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2018

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NomeBIOSEMIOTICS. BOOKSERIES

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Ontology
Animals
Nature
Paradigmatics
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Marrone, G. (2018). Bestiality: Animal Cultures. In Semiotics of Animals in Culture (pagg. 121-134). (BIOSEMIOTICS. BOOKSERIES).

Bestiality: Animal Cultures. / Marrone, Giovanni.

Semiotics of Animals in Culture. 2018. pag. 121-134 (BIOSEMIOTICS. BOOKSERIES).

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Marrone, G 2018, Bestiality: Animal Cultures. in Semiotics of Animals in Culture. BIOSEMIOTICS. BOOKSERIES, pagg. 121-134.
Marrone G. Bestiality: Animal Cultures. In Semiotics of Animals in Culture. 2018. pag. 121-134. (BIOSEMIOTICS. BOOKSERIES).
Marrone, Giovanni. / Bestiality: Animal Cultures. Semiotics of Animals in Culture. 2018. pagg. 121-134 (BIOSEMIOTICS. BOOKSERIES).
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