O externalismo semiótico ativo de C. S. Peirce e a cantoria de viola como signo em ação

Autores

  • Pedro Atã Linnaeus University
  • Joao Queiroz Universidade Federal de Juiz de Fora (UFJF)

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.1590/0101-3173.2021.v44n3.15.p177

Palavras-chave:

C.S.Peirce, Sistema cognitivo distribuído, Externalismo ativo, Semiose, Repentismo

Resumo

O principal propósito deste trabalho é fornecer uma ontologia semiótica para redescrição do externalismo cognitivo ativo, desenvolvido recentemente pelo paradigma 4E (embodied, embedded, enactive, extended cognition). Nessa abordagem, sistemas cognitivos distribuídos (SCDs) são descritos como semiose, ou signos em ação. Explora-se a relação entre semiose e cognição, como concebida por C. S. Peirce, em associação com a noção de sistema cognitivo distribuído (SCD). Introduz-se a abordagem externalista peirciana, com ênfase na noção de distribuição temporal da semiose, e se descrevem SCDs, e seus elementos, como “ação dos signos”. Para desenvolver esse argumento, examina-se um exemplo de SCD – improvisação verbo-musical do repente, repentismo, ou cantoria de viola. Trata-se de um fenômeno de improvisação verbo-musical que tem a forma de um desafio em poesia oral versificada. Explicita-se esse fenômeno como a incorporação da estrutura formal de uma tarefa cognitiva e de um processo inferencial. Essa incorporação corresponde a uma semiotização das performances do repente como SCD. A tendência temporalmente distribuída do repente organiza o SCD como um sistema que realiza experimentos metassemióticos sobre a ação dos signos. 

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Biografia do Autor

Pedro Atã, Linnaeus University

PhD student at Linnaeus University Centre for Intermedial and Multimodal Studies, Vaxjo. Topics of research: creativity, abductive inference, cognitive niche construction, distributed cognition, aesthetic information.

 

Joao Queiroz, Universidade Federal de Juiz de Fora (UFJF)

Professor Associado no Instituto de Artes, Universidade Federal de Juiz de Fora (UFJF), Juiz de Fora, MG - Brasil. 

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Atã, P., & Queiroz, J. (2021). O externalismo semiótico ativo de C. S. Peirce e a cantoria de viola como signo em ação. TRANS/FORM/AÇÃO: Revista De Filosofia, 44(3), 177–204. https://doi.org/10.1590/0101-3173.2021.v44n3.15.p177

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