Jesper Hoffmeyer 1942–2019

Biosemiotics 12 (3):365-372 (2019)
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This obituary about Jesper Hoffmeyer, thinker, scholar, science communicator, biochemist, biosemiotician, and saxophonist, gives a sketch of his intellectual biography, and provides a bibliography of the books he authored or edited.

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Kalevi Kull
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Signs of Meaning in the Universe.Jesper Hoffmeyer - 1996 - Advances in Semiotics (Hardcov.
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