Starting from the different perspectives offered on the issue of the relationship between identity and context, we propose the identity like a semiotic system of boundary that translates signs and which is activated in the intersubjective context. The context, likewise identity, is not a fixed set of signs and defined once and for all but it is a system that shows itself only from the contingent and local activation. The relationship between identity and context is regulated by a continuous and endless process of sensemaking that time to time changes and makes variable semiotic space of translation, sharing and transformation.

The identity as a system of translation of the boundary between subject and context.

FREDA, MARIA FRANCESCA;DE LUCA PICIONE, RAFFAELE
2014

Abstract

Starting from the different perspectives offered on the issue of the relationship between identity and context, we propose the identity like a semiotic system of boundary that translates signs and which is activated in the intersubjective context. The context, likewise identity, is not a fixed set of signs and defined once and for all but it is a system that shows itself only from the contingent and local activation. The relationship between identity and context is regulated by a continuous and endless process of sensemaking that time to time changes and makes variable semiotic space of translation, sharing and transformation.
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