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Synonyms for semiology

(philosophy) a philosophical theory of the functions of signs and symbols

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Perfusion magnetic resonance imaging: Comparison of semiologic characteristics in first-pass perfusion of brain tumors at 1.5 and 3 Tesla.
This dependence confirms the general semiologic law according to which "I" and "you," the sender and the receiver of a statement, always appear together.
The same (semiologic) figure is distributed to several distinct semantic units (predicates and actants).
(10) In the manuscript Elements Fondamentaux--Unite Linguistique de Saussure wrote that in the whole 'semiologic system' (systeme semiologique) 'fundamental elements' (elements fondamentaux) exist as the opposite of the 'abstraction from this silent condition' (abstraction de cette condition tacite).