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Synonyms for semiology

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

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His schizoanalytic method sought to destabilize the rigid semiological system of explanatory categories on which capitalist subjectivity rests, such as Oedipus, Lack, Signifier and Father.
Terms such as insight and diffuse clinical states, such as the coexistence of apparently divergent symptoms such as those observed in the schizo-obsessive phenomenon and pathological doubt, are just some examples that open up opportunities for research on semiological and psychopathological aspects.
Irrespective of whether they unfold in the realm of kinship or political power, the same semiological ensemble is used in the consideration of all types of rivalries of proximity.
The semiological studies of the natural language were extrapolated in the era of information into artificial languages, in the design of semantical algorithms, semantic webs and ontologies.
[Hemolysis and schizocytosis, malabsorption and the "folate trap": unusual semiological peculiarities associated with vitamin B12 deficiency].
In our case for example, semiological features of pulmonary infarction on CT were difficult to interpret, leading to a complicated diagnostic algorithm.
The book critiques linguistic, psychoanalytic, and semiological versions of subjectivity and meaning, and offers new ways of thinking about capitalism and how to resist it.
Psychogenic skin excoriations: diagnostic criteria, semiological analysis and psychiatric profiles.
Leistner claims that the book is an act of 'semiological guerrilla warfare' (p.
Whether it is Indian or Western tradition of knowledge, in both the semiological issues are dealt with the semantic goals, which even philosophically can be verified, as meaning has always been the ultimate objective of any subject, object or predicate.
Much ink has been spilled in the past 30 years debating the relative costs and merits of this semiological tug-of-war, with little in the way of resolution.
Pain is the blessing in disguise, be a clinician with semiological approach, he concluded.
Mathieu may have been aware of these explicit semiological and typological requirements, since he took care of depicting a self-evident images of the sign (flower vase) on the outside of his mutated sculpture.