From Semiotics towards Philosophical Metaphysics now available from Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Cambridge Scholars Publishing is pleased to announce the publication of From Semiotics towards Philosophical Metaphysics, by Abraham Solomonick.
This book introduces new approaches to semiotics and metaphysical philosophy, innovations that show how mature semiotics naturally leads to new vistas in philosophical thinking. It also demonstrates how researchers change their initial formulations over the course of their research, arriving at fresh results that sometimes conflict with their original interpretations.
In order to do this, the book gathers together a series of papers by the author composed over the course of more than 30 years of semiotic studies. The ideas presented in these essays lead to conclusions that differ significantly from some currently accepted philosophical views.
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About the Author
Abraham Solomonick studied Law and the teaching of the English language at undergraduate level, before going on to obtain a PhD in Pedagogy. Since his retirement, he has written more than 100 publications, primarily on topics related to Hebrew language instruction and on semiotics (the science of signs) and its relation to philosophy. His most recent publication, A Theory of General Semiotics, led him to develop a new approach to metaphysics that is propounded in this book.