Author K. Kull
Kalevi Kull is a biosemiotician working at the University of Tartu, Estonia. His research mainly focuses on modeling the processes of meaning-making, thus attempting to develop both semiotics and theoretical biology.

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Kull K. (1998) On semiosis, Umwelt, and semiosphere. Semiotica 120(3/4): 299–310. Fulltext at
Kull K. (2000) Active motion, communicative aggregations, and the spatial closure of umwelt. In: Chandler J. & Van de Vijver G. (eds.) Closure: Emergent organizations and their dynamics. New York Academy of Sciences, New York: 272–279.
Kull K. (2000) Organisms can be proud to have been their own designers. Cybernetics & Human Knowing 7(1): 45–55. Fulltext at
Kull K. (2001) Jakob von Uexküll: An introduction. Semiotica 134(1/4): 1–59. Fulltext at
Kull K. (2003) Thomas A. Sebeok and biology: Building biosemiotics. Cybernetics & Human Knowing 10(1): 47–60. Fulltext at
Kull K. (2009) Biosemiotics: To Know, What Life Knows. Cybernetics & Human Knowing 16(3–4): 81–88. Fulltext at
Kull K. (2014) Adaptive evolution without natural selection. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 112(2): 287–294. Fulltext at
Kull K. (2020) Codes: Necessary, but not Sufficient for Meaning-Making. Constructivist Foundations 15(2): 137–139. Fulltext at
Kull K. P. & Torop P. (2003) Biotranslation: Translation between Umwelten. In: Petrilli S. (ed.) Translation translation. Rodopi, Amsterdam/New York: 315–328. Fulltext at
Pattee H. H. & Kull K. (2009) A biosemiotic conversation: Between physics and semiotics. Sign Systems Studies 37(1/2): 311–331. Fulltext at
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