Tartu Semiotics LibraryHortus Semioticus
Tooming, U. (2017). Imaginative resistance as imagistic resistance, Canadian Journal of Philosophy, Online first: 1-23.
Kattago, S. (2017). Thought at the meridian: the continued relevance of Albert Camus, Journal of Political Power, 10: 260-265.
Kattago, S. (2017). The end of the European Honeymoon? Refugees, Resentment and the Clash of Solidarities, Anthropological Journal of European Cultures, 26: 35-52.
Tooming, U. (2016). Mental State Attribution for Interactionism, Studia Philosophica Estonica, 9.1: 184-207.
Bohl, V. (2016). No Joint Ownership! Shared Emotions Are Social-relational Emotions, Studia Philosophica Estonica, 9.1: 111-135.
Ventsel, Andreas; Sarapik, Virve (2017). Ideology and Art. Kunstiteaduslikke Uurimusi = Studies on art and architecture = Studien für Kunstwissenschaft, 26 (1-2), 7−14.
Magnus, Riin; Svanberg, Ingvar (2017). Wild Animals in Human Assistance: Historical Practices, Semiotic Grounds and Future Prospects. Ethnologia Scandinavica. A Journal for Nordic Ethnology. 47, 154−170.
Rodríguez, Claudio; Kull, Kalevi 2017. The biosemiotic glossary project: The semiotic threshold. Biosemiotics 10(1).
Favareau, Donald; Kull, Kalevi; Ostdiek, Gerald; Maran, Timo; Westling, Louise; Cobley, Paul; Stjernfelt, Frederik; Anderson, Myrdene; Tønnessen, Morten; Wheeler, Wendy 2017. How can the study of the humanities inform the study of biosemiotics? Biosemiotics 10(1)
Maran, Timo 2017. Mimicry and Meaning: Structure and Semiotics of Biological Mimicry. (Biosemiotics 16). Springer.
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Fortress America: The state of exception and Trump's politics of forgetting, Siobhan Kattago artikkel, Public Seminar 31.01.2017
Is It OK To Take Pleasure in the Misfortunes of Other People?, Heidy Meriste writes about moral issues concerning Schadenfreude, UT Blog 30.11.2016
Introducing the Relationship between Human Rights Issues and Philosophy of Biology, Edit Talpsepp writes ho philosophy of biology can contribute to human rights debates, UT Blog, 20.10.2016
The Tragic, Enduring Relevance of Arend's Work on Statelessness, Siobhan Kattago's article on Hannah Arendt's views on refugees, Public Seminar 02.09.2016
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