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Title: System Science and the Cybersemiotic Model of Communication
Authors: Søren, Brier
Issue Date: Nov-2005
Publisher: JAIST Press
Abstract: The present paper discusses various suggestions for a philosophical framework for a trans-disciplinary information, cognition and communication science. These are: the mechanical materialistic, the pan-informational, the Luhmanian second order cybernetic approach, Peircian biosemiotics and finally pan-semiotic approaches. The limitations of each are analysed. The conclusion is that none of them are satisfactory in themselves to encompass concepts of both (objective) truth and(subjective and social) meaning . A new combination in an enlarged framework is therefore sought. A Peircian-based biosemiotics with autopoiesis theory, second order cybernetics and information science is suggested in a five-levelled cybersemiotic framework. The five levels are 1) a level of Firstness, 2) a level of mechanical matter, energy and force as Secondness, 3) a cybernetic and thermodynamic level of information, 4) a level of sign games and 5) a level of conscious language games.
Description: The original publication is available at JAIST Press http://www.jaist.ac.jp/library/jaist-press/index.html
IFSR 2005 : Proceedings of the First World Congress of the International Federation for Systems Research : The New Roles of Systems Sciences For a Knowledge-based Society : Nov. 14-17, 2145, Kobe, Japan
Symposium 7, Session 4 : Foundations of the Systems Sciences Economic and Environmental Issues
Language: ENG
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10119/3935
ISBN: 4-903092-02-X
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