How Biosemiotics can Produce an Evolutionary Theory of Conscious Experience and Intersubjective Meaning Production in Communication

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    ConferenceThe 11th Annual International Gathering in Biosemiotics
    Number11
    CountryUnited States
    CityNew York
    Period21/06/201126/06/2011

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    Brier, S. (2011). How Biosemiotics can Produce an Evolutionary Theory of Conscious Experience and Intersubjective Meaning Production in Communication. Abstract from The 11th Annual International Gathering in Biosemiotics, New York, United States.
    Brier, Søren. / How Biosemiotics can Produce an Evolutionary Theory of Conscious Experience and Intersubjective Meaning Production in Communication. Abstract from The 11th Annual International Gathering in Biosemiotics, New York, United States.
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    Brier S. How Biosemiotics can Produce an Evolutionary Theory of Conscious Experience and Intersubjective Meaning Production in Communication. 2011. Abstract from The 11th Annual International Gathering in Biosemiotics, New York, United States.