SUNDAY JULY 13
9.00 - 10.30: Uexküllian and Peircean perspectives (1)
(chair: Don Favareau)
Han-liang Chang: Notes towards a Semiotics of Parasitism.
Torsten Rüting: Uexkülls "Institut für Umweltforschung" - Biosemiotics in
Juipi Angelina Chien: Diagramming as a Convergence of C.S. Peirce, Jakob von Uexküll, and E. Gombrich
11.00 - 12.30: Uexküllian and Peircean perspectives (2)
(chair: Myrdene Anderson)
Stacey E. Ake: "Homo semeiosis"--A guess at the riddle of the evolution of human
Mads Vestergaard: The Impossibility of Biological Physicalism and the Necessity of the Biosemiotic Turn
Stephen Pain: What is the meaning of pheromone to a moth?
14.00 - 15.30 The biosemiotics of values
(chair: Mette Böll)
Donald F. Favareau: Biosemiotic Constructivism and the Ethics of Irreversibility
Tommi Vehkavaara: Biosemiotics as objective ethics and esthetics?
Scientific Values and Biosemiotics
16.00 - 17.30 The emergence of symbols and culture
(chair: Edwina Taborsky)
No Representamen Without Misrepresentamen: Bateson, Boundaries and Biosemiotics.
Adam Skibinski: Time-binding or cumulative cultural evolution or second-order code-duality or self-coding or can we have one biosemiotic explanation how we became humans?
João Queiroz, Ivan de Araújo, and Sidarta Ribeiro: The emergence of referential symbolic process in non-human primates communication: a zoosemiotic analysis based on the Peircean extended theory of