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About the article
Pedro Atã is a student at the Post-Graduate program in Languages, Culture, and Arts at the Federal University of Juiz de Fora, Brazil. He is a researcher of the Iconicity Research Group and assistant editor of the Commens Digital Companion to Charles S. Peirce. His interests include distributed cognition, semiotic theory of mind, creativity, and abduction.
Breno Bitarello is a tattoo artist and a Ph.D student in the Education, Arts, and History of Culture program at Mackenzie University in Brazil. His research interests are tattoo and tattooing, interactive arts, and process art.
João Queiroz is a professor at the Institute of Arts and Design, at the Federal University of Juiz de Fora, Brazil. He co-edited two special issues of the journal Semiotica: “Diagrammatical reasoning and Peircean logic representations” (2011) and “Abductive inference” (2005). He is co-editor of the Commens Digital Companion to Charles S. Peirce together with Mats Bergman and Sami Paavola. His academic interests include Peirce’s philosophy and semiotics, situated and embodied cognition, and abductive inference.
Published Online: 2014-11-21
Published in Print: 2014-12-01