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is the branch of semiotics that deals with the formal properties of signs and symbols. More precisely, syntactics deals with the "rules that govern how words are combined to form phrases and sentences." Charles Morris adds that semantics deals with the relation of signs to their designata and the objects which they may or do denote; and, pragmatics deals with the biotic aspects of semiosis, that is, with all the psychological, biological, and sociological phenomena which occur in the functioning of signs.
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More precisely, syntactics deals with the "rules that govern how words are combined to form phrases and sentences." 2 . Charles Morris adds that semantics deals with the relation of signs to their designata and the objects which they may or do denote; and, pragmatics deals with the biotic aspects of semiosis, that is, with all the psychological, biological, and sociological phenomena which occur in the functioning of signs. The term, which was spelled semeiotics ( Greek : σημειωτικός, semeiotikos , an interpreter of signs), was first used in English by Henry Stubbes (1670, p. 75) in a very precise sense to denote the ... market research, surveys and trends
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