Obituary for Décio Pignatari

On Sunday, December, 2, 2012, Décio Pignatari died of a respiratory illness in São Paulo, Brazil. He was a poet and contributed to disseminate Peirce´s semiotics in Brazil.  In the 1950´s along with Haroldo de Campos and Augusto de Campos he created the movement called “Concrete Poetry”. One of the first professors of the Post-graduate…

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Obituary for Louis Panier

Louis Panier died on October 24th, at 1 p.m. His funeral took place on saturday, october 27th, at 10 a.m., at church of Francheville le Haut, in Lyon’s suburbs. Yours. B. L. Louis Panier was a professor at the Université Lumière Lyon 2 (Science of Language Department) and researcher at CADIR (Centre pour l’analyse du discours religieux)…

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Obituary for Joseph Morton Ransdell

Online obituary:http://lubbockonline.com/obituaries/2011-01-06/joseph-morton-ransdell A memorial service will be held this Saturday, January 8, in Lubbock,  Texas. Details are here:  http://www.memorialdesigners.net/obituaries/Joseph-Ransdell2/ Obituary & Life History Joseph Morton Ransdell was born June 5, 1931 to Frances Lucille and Morton Ransdell in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. He passed into eternity on December 27, 2010. He attended junior college in Edmond, Oklahoma, then…

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Obituary for Richard Robin

Richard Shale Robin Richard Shale Robin 1926-2010 SOUTH HADLEY – Richard Shale Robin, Professor of Philosophy Emeritus, Mount Holyoke College, passed away on October 4th. He was born in Stamford, Ct. on April 18th 1926. Richard was one of the primary advocates of the field of American philosophy, especially American pragmatism, the kind whose roots…

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