New issue: Biosemiotics. Volume 11 Number 2

Biosemiotics. Volume 11 Number 2 is now available online.

Semiotic Aspects of the Extended Synthesis

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Introduction

Introduction: a Structural and Historical Approach to Understanding Advancements in Evolutionary Theory

Andrew M. Winters

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Semiotic Mechanisms Underlying Niche Construction

Jeffrey V. Peterson, Ann Marie Thornburg, Marc Kissel, Christopher Ball & Agustín Fuentes

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Assimiliating an Associative Trait: from Eco-Physiology to Epigenetics

Andres Kurismaa

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Evolution by Meaning Attribution: Notes on Biosemiotic Interpretations of Extended Evolutionary Synthesis

Jana Švorcová & Karel Kleisner

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Biosemiotics, the Extended Synthesis, and Ecological Information: Making Sense of the Organism-Environment Relation at the Cognitive Level

Manuel Heras-Escribano & Paulo de Jesus

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Macroevolutionary Freezing and the Janusian Nature of Evolvability: Is the Evolution (of Profound Biological Novelty) Going to End?

Jan Toman & Jaroslav Flegr

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Interrelationship Between Fractal Ornament and Multilevel Selection Theory

Olena Dobrovolska

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A Biosemiotic Encyclopedia: an Encyclopedic Model for Evolution

Ľudmila Lacková

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