Towards a darwinian biosemiotics. Life as mutual understanding

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Contemporary understanding of the evolution of life prefers the existence of mutually isolated lineages which are indifferent to each other, and are interconnected only through their common descent. We argue that a necessary precondition for biosemiotics is communication between all coevals sharing the biosphere. It will embrace mutual custody of existing communication pathways and codes, and of common evolutionary heritage

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Markoš, A., Grygar, F., Kleisner, K., & Neubauer, Z. (2007). Towards a darwinian biosemiotics. Life as mutual understanding. In Introduction to Biosemiotics: The New Biological Synthesis (pp. 235–255). Springer Netherlands. https://doi.org/10.1007/1-4020-4814-9_10

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