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Visualizing Semiosis
 
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The origin of the interpretational activity lies in the interest for the object, for what stand you through. The environment never stop submitting us urges, to which we are automatically induced to respond and react. Every act of perception will automatically be interpreted. Since we're awake, we continue being submitted with those environmental inputs, so that our mind keep interpreting, spontaneously. For being able to inter-act with these external inputs, all we can do is such to keep reacting, giving them a sense and sharing a signification.
 
 
 
 
 
Every object is potentially semiotics, since the moment we have consciuosness of their presence and appearence. Since then, automatically triggers a process of perception, comprehension, judgement or valuation and a reaction to the sign of the object existence.
 
 
 
 
 
 
The origin of the process fundamentally consist in the interest on the object itself, as an input wich ask us a response. The consciurness of the existence of the object itself starts the interpretational process, which works through the sign, as having a form, a shape, a sensitivity. It is such the attention addressed to the object that starts his transformation.
 
 
 
 
 
 
The sign is a necessary mediation - even transforming - such for our need to refers to its as to as a container of sense and signification, which we can refer in case of absence of the object itself. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
The sign is the needed relation, without which it wouldn't be possible to relate to the external environment, from the moment that it is necessary for us to virtually return to something which only can be perceived through its appearence for referring to the idea we have about it.
 
 
 
 
 
Visualizing Semiosis
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Simone Pirini

Visualizing Semiosis

This is an exercise and a theorical purpose of a visualisation and representation of the semiosis: the process of the interpretational activity. Read More
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