FUNAKURA Masanori

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Name
FUNAKURA Masanori
Affiliation
Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology
Section
Institute of Engineering, Division of Language and Culture Studies, Institute of Engineering Division of Language and Culture Studies
Job title
Professor
Other affiliation
Tokyo University of Agriculture and TechnologyTokyo University of Agriculture and Technology

Research Areas

 
 

Committee Memberships

 
2002
   
 
Japan Semiotics Society  
 
2007
   
 
Japan Semiotics Society  
 
2003
   
 
Earth Management Society  
 

Misc

 
Kyosei, or Association in Shared Environment--From the Viewpoint of Ecosemiotics
Massimo Negrotti and Fumihiko Satofuka (editors)
Peter Lang, Yearbook of the Artificial   (3) 165-183   2006
Towards technphilia-biophilia symbiosis community
FUNAKURA, Masanori
(89) 15-28   2009
Micro Rationality-Randomness and Macro Rationality in Tool Culture: Reciprocity Between Technological and Social Intelligences
Masanori FUNAKURA
Yearbook of the Artificial   (Volumes 5) 115-127   2008
Razionalita e casualita nella cultura etcnologica: intelligenza tecnologica e intelligenza sociale
Masanori, FUNAKURA
L'enigma del caso: fatti, ipotesi e immagini   199-211   2007

Books etc

 
Beyond Semiotics
Hosei University Press   2005   
The Semiotic Self, by Norbert Wiley
Hosei University Press   1999   
Homos, by Leo Bersani
Hosei University Press   1996   
The Biophilia Hypothesis
Hose Unniversity Press   2009   
Allegory and Representation, ed, by Stephen J. Greenblatt
Hosei University Press   1994   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Separation between biophilia and technophilia
2009   
Japanese Material Culture Before Meeting Western Technology: Japanese Culture Reconsidered in Reference to Cjance
6th International Conference on the Culture of the Artififical: Caso naturale, caso artificiale.   2007   

Research Grants & Projects

 
Semiotical interpretation of linguistic and semiotic sphere and space of culture
Semiotics of Nature-Artifact Environments
Project Year: 2004   
Semitocs of Information Flow