semiology


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symptomatology

 [simp″to-mah-tol´ah-je]
1. the branch of medicine dealing with symptoms.
2. the combined symptoms of a disease.

semiology

also

semeiology

(sē′mē-ŏl′ə-jē, sĕm′ē-, sē′mī-)
n.
Symptomatology.

se′mi·ol′o·gist n.

semiology

(sē″mē-ol′ŏ-jē, sem″ē-) [Gr. sēmeion, sign + -logy]
1. Semiotics.
2. Symptomatology (2).
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And thus emerges a union, a blend, of sign and context, a semiology whereby "aragi" invokes the social articulation of the thing it signifies.
The limit of the sign model proposed by semiology of Saussurean matrix is not at all determined by binarism.
Saussure s most important and revolutionary idea that bears ultimate significance for his successors, is the hope of establishment of semiology as a discipline applicable to the phenomena which displays languagelike characteristics in future (1985: 18-19).
While Harris has been exemplary in disentangling the written from the spoken, there is nonetheless one point some readers of Signs of Writing may find to be a stumbling-block: if it is true that writing (particularly in its nonglottic forms, but also in languages that do not use phonetic writing) has at its disposal an array of means with no exact equivalent in speech, making it largely independent of the spoken word, then how does integrational semiology account for the culturally-induced idea, shared by readers of virtually every description, from young learners of reading to the most inventive of print-oriented bastards, that reading in some way and in spite of whatever evidence can be mustered to the contrary, invests the written text with a voice?
Bancaud J, Talairach J: Clinical semiology of frontal lobe seizures.
14 For any reader's (re)construction of meaning, I have in mind a plethora of notions ranging from Peircean/Econian semiotics to Gadamerian hermeneutics, with a good dose of Barthesian semiology and Iserian reader response.
In the West's semiology of power, Whites are constructed as that act of reflection which supervises undisciplined instincts (Lattas 1990, 1992b).
In their analyses, the contributors draw on (comparative) cultural studies, imagology, travel studies per se, postcolonial studies, cultural anthropology, semiology, history, literature, geography, political science, and other interrelated and, more often than not, overlapping fields of research.
Chapters on generalized, frontal, and temporal epilepsy are formatted consistently to cover anatomy, seizure semiology, EEG features, neuroimaging, and etiologies.
FULVIA CARNEVALE TEACHES PHILOSOPHY AND SEMIOLOGY AT THE ECOLE DES BEAUX-ARTS DE VALENCIENNES.
Discussed in depth in Media Manifestos (1996), he offers mediology as an alternative to semiology, replacing signification with mediation.