Journal of Biosemiotic Research

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JBSR

Aims and Scope

 

The Journal of Biosemiotic Research is an integrative discipline that studies communication and signification in living systems. It is devoted to establishing a bridge between biology, philosophy, linguistics, and communication studies. Its primary challenge is to provide a broad scientific insight not merely of biological information but also of biological meaning, in the belief that organic codes and processes of interpretation are basic elements of the living world.

 

JBSR accepts and publishes contributions in the form of Original Research, Review, Literature review, Conference proceedings, Case reports, Short communication, Thesis, Letter to the editor, and Editorials.

 

Few keywords were outlined that belong to the scope of the journal, not restricted within it. Contact us at [email protected] for complete information.

 

  • Mycology/zoösemiotics/microsemiotics
  • Biology utilizing biosemiotics
  • Biophenomenology
  • Biosemiotics and ethology/phytology/
  • Biosemiotics of health and disease
  • Cognitive semiotics of nonhumans
  • Ecosemiotics
  • Endosemiotics
  • Evolution of semiosis
  • Evolutionary anthropology & biosemiotics
  • Experimental biosemiotics
  • Extended synthesis
  • Habits, codes, and learning
  • History and epistemology of biosemiotics
  • Interspecies semiosis
  • The methodology of biosemiotics research
  • Modelling of semiosis
  • Ontogeny of semiotic mechanisms
  • Semiotic approaches in theoretical
  • Semiotic fundamentals of epigenetics
  • Semiotic thresholds
  • Teaching biosemiotics
  • The implications of biosemiotics to
  • Typologies of semiosis and semiotic
  • Umwelt research
  • And systems biology
  • Biology
  • Biosemiotic approaches to biology
  • Networks
  • Philosophy and humanities

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