How subjective is subjective : subjectiveness of the objects of Umwelt?

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Abstract

Kalevi Kull has for a long time promoted Uexküllian biosemiotics that has Umwelt
in its central concept. Umwelt is understood typically as a subjectively accessible
world of an organism and it is suggested that the sense of subjectiveness here should be limited to subjective access and subjective contents belong to Innenwelts that should be redefined and distinguished from Umwelts.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationTunne loodust! Knowing Nature in the Languages of Biosemiotics
EditorsDonald Favareau, Ekaterina Velmezova
Place of PublicationMoskva
Pages347-351
Publication statusPublished - 2022
Publication typeB2 Book chapter

Publication series

NameEpistemologica et historiographica linguistica Lausannensia
PublisherFaculté des lettres, Université de Lausanne
Volume4
ISSN (Print)2673-3315

Keywords

  • Umwelt
  • Innenwelt
  • functional circle
  • object
  • subjectiveness

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