Can Biosemiotics be a ‘Science’ if its Purpose is to be a Bridge between the Natural and Social and Human Sciences?

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    Conference

    ConferenceThe 14th Annual Gathering in Biosemiotics
    Number14
    LocationMiddlesex University
    CountryUnited Kingdom
    CityLondon
    Period30/06/201404/07/2014
    Internet address

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    Brier, S. (2014). Can Biosemiotics be a ‘Science’ if its Purpose is to be a Bridge between the Natural and Social and Human Sciences?. Abstract from The 14th Annual Gathering in Biosemiotics, London, United Kingdom.
    Brier, Søren. / Can Biosemiotics be a ‘Science’ if its Purpose is to be a Bridge between the Natural and Social and Human Sciences?. Abstract from The 14th Annual Gathering in Biosemiotics, London, United Kingdom.1 p.
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    Can Biosemiotics be a ‘Science’ if its Purpose is to be a Bridge between the Natural and Social and Human Sciences? / Brier, Søren.

    2014. Abstract from The 14th Annual Gathering in Biosemiotics, London, United Kingdom.

    Research output: Contribution to conferenceConference abstract for conferenceResearchpeer-review

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    Brier S. Can Biosemiotics be a ‘Science’ if its Purpose is to be a Bridge between the Natural and Social and Human Sciences?. 2014. Abstract from The 14th Annual Gathering in Biosemiotics, London, United Kingdom.