|Book review: Semiotics of Programming|
|Written by Kumiko Tanaka-Ishii (University of Tokyo)|
2010, 217 pp.
Tanaka-Ishii has written a valuable, thorough, and thought-provoking book and her analyses are perceptive and well-considered. Semiotics of Programming is undeniably valuable and offers a great deal of fodder for contemporary philosophical debates in the study of semiotics. (pp. 359–362)
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