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[Xmca-l] Re: The Semiotic Stance.pdf

This shift in the relationship between (mind) and (meaning)  towards meaning being primordial or primary and mind arising as one particular way of imagining meaning seems to be a radical shift in ways of approaching or orienting towards (mind) as an object.  
Mind becomes one way of imaging and diagramming, and symbolizing (meaning potential) in other words -mind as object.
As Martin says, this may be *fictional* but is *real* in a way similar to God being *real* in particular traditions.

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From: Greg Thompson