Friday, 11 June 2010
Στο Λόφο των Μουσών
The biocommunicative approach investigates rule-governed, sign-mediated interactions of plants,
animals, fungi and bacteria. Recent investigations demonstrate that pragmatic context determines meaning of combinations of signs used in all organismic kingdoms by organisms (interorganismic) to coordinate common behaviour as well as in communication processes between cells, issues and organs of organisms (intraorganismic). The primacy of pragmatics is valid also in natural genome editing, if viruses or virus-like agents edit genetic codes of cellular host genomes.