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Favareau, D. (2006) 'The Evolutionary History of Biosemiotics' from the Introduction to Biosemiotics, ed. M. Barbieri, Berlin: Springer, pp.1-67.
Link: http://www.biosemiotics.org/favareau/
Licence: © 2006 Springer. Permission to link to this article is provided by the author with the following caveat: The electronic versions of the papers linked to on this page are presented here solely for the use of those scholars wishing an introductory acquaintance with my work. Both copyright issues and proper citation demands that any quotations taken from these works must be sourced from the original publications, which are indicated at the head of these documents, and whose page numbering (often differing from the page numbering appearing on these files) alone is authoritative. An extended and updated version of this essay appears - as 'Introduction: An Evolutionary History of Biosemiotics' in D. Favareau, ed. (2010) Essential Readings in Biosemiotics: Anthology and Commentary, Dordrecht and London: Springer, 2010, pp.1-77.


Sebeok, T.A. (1995) 'Semiotics and the Biological Sciences: Initial Conditions', Collegium Budapest/Institute for Advanced Study. Discussion Paper 17, November.
Link: http://livingbooksaboutlife.org/pdfs/sebeok.pdf
Licence: © 1995 Sebeok. This paper is published open-access online by Collegium Budapest/Institute for Advanced Study, H-1014 Budapest Szentháromság utca 2. Tel:(36-1) 224 8300 http://www.colbud.hu. The version available here is the author's manuscript.


Kull, K. (2001) 'Jakob von Uexküll: An Introduction', Semiotica 134 (1/4): 1-59.
Link: http://www.zbi.ee/~kalevi/kulljvu.pdf
Licence: © 2001 Semiotica. Self-archived author's copy, link to his website provided with permission from the author.


Kull, K. (1998) ‘Organism as a self-reading text: anticipation and semiosis’, International Journal of Computing Anticipatory Systems 1.
Link: http://www.zbi.ee/~kalevi/textorg.htm
Licence: © 1998 Kull. Article linked with permission from the author.


Kull, K. and Hoffmeyer, J. (2005) 'Thure von Uexküll 1908-2004', Signs Systems Studies, 33.2.
Link: http://www.ut.ee/SOSE/sss/kullhoffmeyer332.pdf
Licence: © 2005 Sign Systems Studies. Freely available on the journal website and included here via a link.


Hoffmeyer, J. (2009) ‘Epilogue to Semiotics: Biology is Immature Biosemiotics’, in John Deely and Leonard Sbrocchi (eds): Semiotics 2008. Proceedings of the 33rd Annual Meeting of the Semiotic Society of America. SSA and Legas Publishing, Ottawa, 927-942.
Link: http://web.mac.com/jhoffmeyer/Jespers_Site/Scientific_publications_files/Biology%20is%20immature%20Biosemiotics.%20Epilogue.pdf
Licence: © 2009 The Semiotic Society of America. Permission for publication on the author's website of a non-edited, non-formatted version of the article granted by the SSA and Legas Publishing. Made available here via a link to Hoffmeyer's website.


Hoffmeyer, J. (2010) 'Semiotic Freedom: An Emerging Force' in Paul Davies and Niels Hendrik Gregersen (eds.), Information and the Nature of Reality: From Physics to Metaphysics, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp.185-204.
Link: http://web.mac.com/jhoffmeyer/Jespers_Site/Scientific_publications_files/Semiotic%20Freedom%20an%20Emerging%20Force.pdf
Licence: © 2010 Cambridge University Press. Permission for publication on the author's website provided by Cambridge University Press. Made available here via a link to Hoffmeyer's website.


Kull, K. (2009) ‘Biosemiotics: To know, what life knows’, Cybernetics and Human Knowing 16(3/4): 81-88.
Link: http://www.zbi.ee/~kalevi/KullCHK2009.pdf
Licence: © 2009 Cybernetics and Human Knowing. http://www.imprint.co.uk/C&HK/. Permission to provide the link to this article, made available as a self-archived copy on the author's website, has been provided by Cybernetics and Human Knowing.


Kull, K., Deacon, T., Emmeche, C., Hoffmeyer, J. & Stjernfelt, F. (2009) ‘Theses on biosemiotics: Prolegomena to a theoretical biology’, Biological Theory 4(2): 167-173.
Link: http://ut-ee.academia.edu/KaleviKull/Papers/150164/Theses_on_biosemiotics_Prolegomena_to_a_theoretical_biology
Licence: © 2009 Biological Theory. Made available via a link to the author Kull's self-archived copy on his website. Permission to publish on the author's website provided by the journal.


Brier, S. (2010) ‘Cybersemiotics: An Evolutionary World View Going Beyond Entropy and Information into the Question of Meaning’, Entropy, 12(8), pp.1902-1920.
Link: http://www.mdpi.com/1099-4300/12/8/1902/pdf
Licence: © 2010 Søren Brier; licensee MDPI, Basel, Switzerland. This article is an Open Access article distributed under the terms and conditions of the Creative Commons Attribution license (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/).


Stjernfelt, F. (2006) ‘The Semiotic Body’ in W. Nöth (ed.), Semiotic Bodies, Aesthetic Embodiments, and Cyberbodies, Intervalle 10. Schriften zur Kulturforschung, Universität Kassel. Kassel: Kassel University Press, pp.13-48.
Link: http://www.uni-kassel.de/upress/online/frei/978-3-89958-143-0.volltext.frei.pdf
Licence: © 2006 University of Kassel Press. Published free online by Kassel University Press and made available here via a link.


Witzany, G. (2006) ‘Plant Communication from Biosemiotic Perspective: Differences in Abiotic and Biotic Signal Perception Determine Content Arrangement of Response Behavior. Context Determines Meaning of Meta-, Inter- and Intraorganismic Plant Signaling’, Plant Signaling Behavior 1(4) Jul-Aug: 169–178.
Link: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2634023/
Licence: © 2006 Plant Signaling Behavior and Landes Bioscience. Published in PubMed Central and available here via a link.


Deely, J. (2000) The Green Book: The Impact of Semiotics on Philosophy
Link: http://www.helsinki.fi/science/commens/papers/greenbook.pdf
Licence © 2000 Deely. Made freely available on the website of the Virtual Centre for Peirce Studies at the University of Helsinki, and linked here with the permission of the author.


Deely, J. (no date) ‘A Dialogue: "A Sign is What!?" ("a sign is that which presupposes an object")’
Link to YouTube. URL: http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=E9651802BCDC14BF.


Deely, J. (2004) 'A sign is what?'
Link: http://www.ut.ee/SOSE/pdf/deely_Semiotic_Sign_Dialogue.pdf
Licence: © 2004 John Deely. Permission to provide the link given by John Deely.


Deely, J. (2004) 'Dramatic Reading in Three Voices: "A Sign is What?"', American Journal of Semiotics 20.1-4 (2004), 1-66.
Link: http://www.morec.com/semiotic/
Licence: © 2004 John Deely. Permission to provide the link given by John Deely.


Deacon, T. (no date) ‘Language and complexity: Evolution inside out’.
Link to YouTube. URL: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OT-zZ0PMqgI.


Bateson, G. (2002) 'Chapters 2 and 3', Mind and Nature: A Necessary Unity, Cresskill NJ: Hampton Press, 2002.
Link: http://www.oikos.org/mind&nature.htm
Licence: © 1996 Oikos.org. The Oikos website gives online open access to several extracts from the work of proto-biosemiotician Gregory Bateson. On its website Oikos acknowledges the generosity of M. C. Bateson for the permission to publish in this site two chapters of Mind and Nature and two chapters of Angels Fear by G. Bateson. Made available here via a link.


Bateson, G. & Bateson, M. C. (1988) 'Chapters 2 and 3' Angels Fear: Towards an Epistemology of the Sacred, London: Bantam Books.
Link: http://www.oikos.org/angelsfear.htm
Licence: © 1996 Oikos.org. The Oikos website gives online open access to several extracts from the work of proto-biosemiotician Gregory Bateson. Particularly recommended are chapters 2 and 3 from Mind and Nature: A Necessary Unity, and chapters 2 and 3 from Angels Fear: Towards An Epistemology of the Sacred. On its website Oikos acknowledges the generosity of M. C. Bateson for the permission to publish in this site two chapters of Mind and Nature and two chapters of Angels Fear by G. Bateson. Made available here via a link.


Harries-Jones, P. (2010) 'Bioentropy, Aesthetics and Meta-dualism: The Transdisciplinary Ecology of Gregory Bateson', Entropy 12, no. 12: 2359-2385.
Link: http://www.mdpi.com/1099-4300/12/12/2359/pdf
Licence: © 2010 Peter Harries-Jones; licensee MDPI, Basel, Switzerland. This article is an open access article distributed under the terms and conditions of the Creative Commons Attribution license (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/).All articles in Entropy are made available under an open access license worldwide.


Cobley, P. (2007) ‘Semioethics, Voluntarism and Anti-humanism’, New Formations 62, Autumn.
Link: http://www.lwbooks.co.uk/journals/newformations/archive/newformations62.html. Licence: © 2007 Paul Cobley. Permission provided by Paul Cobley. Website access provided by New Formations and Lawrence & Wishart.


Petrilli, S. (2007) ‘Significs and Semioethics. Places of the Gift in Communication Today’, in G. Vaughan (ed.), Women and the Gift Economy: A Radically Different Worldview is Possible, Toronto: Inanna Publications and Education Inc./Canadian Woman Studies/les cahiers de la femme.
Link: http://www.susanpetrilli.com/letture_in_rete_inglese.htm
Licence: © 2007 Inanna Publications and Education Inc. Permission provided by Inanna Publications and Education Inc.


Wheeler, W. (2010) ‘Gregory Bateson and Biosemiotics: Transcendence and Animism in the 21st Century, special issue on Ecophenomenology and Practices of the Sacred, guest eds P. Curry and W. Wheeler, Green Letters: Studies in Ecocriticism 13, Winter.
Link: http://www.londonmet.ac.uk/depts/hal/staff/research-profiles/professor--wendy-wheeler.cfm.
© 2010 Wendy Wheeler. Permission to link to this article -- which is a self-archived copy on the author's website -- provided by the author.

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