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  • Peirce, Virtuality, and Semiotic

    Peirce, Virtuality, and Semiotic Peter Skagestad University of Massachusetts   ABSTRACT: The adjective ‘virtual,’ practically unheard-of a few years ago, has become a primary buzzword of the 90’s. Yet the word ‘virtual’ is nothing new, although its ubiquity is new, as is perhaps its current meaning or meanings. In 1902 the word was defined by […]

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