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  • Author: Yari Neuman x
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Abstract

In order to support the goal of comprehensive detection of life with appropriate conceptual tools we should have a clear definition of life. However, it is known that the definition of life is far from satisfactory and it is doubtful whether a definition of life is possible or needed. In this paper, I suggest that it is possible to approach life from a biosemiotic perspective as a meaning-making process, i.e., a process that yields the system's specific response to an indeterminate signal.