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by Michael L. Raposa

Theosemiotic Synopsis


Theosemiotic Press Reviews

Michael Raposa's Theosemiotic is both a consummation and a beginning. A consummation of the theosemiotic he discovered and created in his early study of Charles Peirce and then expanded to incorporate the ideas of a variety of thinkers who explore the work of signs in the cosmos. Raposa's scholarship is impeccable. It is also the beginning of a turn to the practices and feelings of theosemiotic in a very down-to-earth way--to musement, perception, and reflection. Raposa reaches down to the root of Peirce's semiotic and cosmology--that the meanings we enjoy in life are indeed gifts, and that we should treat them with reverence and care.--Doug Anderson, author of Philosophy Americana: Making Philosophy at Home in American Culture

Book Information

ISBN: 9780823289523
Publication date: 6th October 2020
Author: Michael L. Raposa
Publisher: Fordham University Press
Format: Paperback / softback
Pagination: 384 pages
Categories: Western philosophy, from c 1900 -, Literary theory,

About Michael L. Raposa

Michael L. Raposa is Professor of Religion Studies and the E. W. Fairchild Professor of American Studies at Lehigh University. He is the author of books on Peirce's Philosophy of Religion (1989), Boredom and the Religious Imagination (1999), and Meditation and the Martial Arts (2003), as well as numerous articles on topics related to American pragmatism, philosophical theology and the philosophy of religion.

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