Mind is semiosis in a dialogical form

Differently from the anti-cartesianism defended by some embodied-situated cognitive science, which is predominantly anti-representationalist, as recently explored in a Merleau-Pontyan, Heidegerian, or a Gibsonian trend, for Peirce, mind is semiosis in a dialogical — hence communicational — materially embodied form, and cognition is the development of available semiotic artifacts in which it is embodied as a power to produce interpretants.

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