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Romanian Association of Semiotic Studies “Al.I.Cuza” University, Iaşi Faculty of Philosophy and Social-Political Sciences CETAL (“V. Alecsandri” University of Bacău, Romania) Hungarian Association for Semiotic Studies Philological School of Higher Education in Wrocław, Poland Southeast European Center for Semiotic Studies, Bulgaria

UNIFYING DIVERSITIES, DIFFERENCES, DIVIDES

3 r d Int ernat ional Conference of t he Romanian Associat ion of Semiot ic St udies

Iaşi, Romania 4-7 November, 2010


THURSDAY, 4 NOVEMBER 15.0017.00 17.00

REGISTRATION The Hall of the Lost Steps “Al.I.Cuza” University of Iaşi OFFICIAL OPENING (”Mihai Eminescu” Aula Magna)

PhD Prof. Vasile ISAN – Rector, “Al.I.Cuza” University of Iaşi, Romania PhD Prof. Nicu GAVRILUŢĂ – Dean, Faculty of Philosphy and Social-Political Sciences, “Al.I.Cuza” University of Iaşi, Romania PhD Prof. Traian D. STĂNCIULESCU – ROASS President, “Al. I. Cuza” University of Iaşi, Romania 17.2018.00

PLENARY SESSION (”Mihai Eminescu” Aula Magna)

Richard L. LANIGAN - International

Communicology Institute, Southern Illinois University, USA Communicology: the apperception and apposition of Communication Theory and Information Theory 18.0018.40

PLENARY SESSION (”Mihai Eminescu” Aula Magna)

Traian D. STǍNCIULESCU - “Al. I. Cuza”

University of Iaşi, Romania Conserving the “connection energy”: a creative semiosis for overcoming the actual crisis of values 18.40 19.00 19.0020.30

IN HONOREM WELCOMING DINNER (The Hall of the Lost Steps)


FRIDAY, 5 NOVEMBER 9.00 – 9.45

Plenary Session (Lecture Hall: II 8) Solomon MARCUS - Romanian Academy, Bucharest, ROMANIA

Euclidean versus non-Euclidean Signs 9.45 – 10.30

Plenary Session (Lecture Hall: II 8) John DEELY - University of St Thomas, Houston, USA

The concept of relation and relatedness in semiotics 10.3010.45 10.4511.30

Coffee break Plenary Session (Lecture Hall: II 8) Paul COBLEY, London Metropolitan University, UK Semiotic research: what is the role of the observer?

11.4512.45

SESSIONS Semiotic interferences (B 251) Representations of reality: from word to image. Literary & linguistic studies (Lecture Hall: II 8) Representations of reality: from word to image. Visual communication (Council Room) Archetypes of Romanian creativity (Mediatec Room)

13.0013.30

Poster & book display (The Hall of the Lost Steps)

13.3014.45

Lunch (“Titu Maiorescu” Restaurant)


15.0016.45

SESSIONS Representations of reality: from word to image. Literary & linguistic studies (Lecture Hall: II 8) Representations of reality: from word to image. Visual communication (Council Room) Semiotic interferences (B 251) Romanian strategies to overcome the crisis: general innovative strategies (Mediatec Room)

16.4517.00

Coffee break

17.0018.30

SESSIONS Semiotic metalanguage (B 251) Representations of reality: from word to image. Virtual communication (Lecture Hall: II 8) Postmodern poetry and semiotics: discourses, interculturality, learning (Sala Consiliu) Romanian strategies to overcome the crisis: the creative dialog of managers (Mediatec Room)

18.4519.30

General Assembly of ROASS Members (Lecture hall II 8)

19.30

Dinner (“Titu Maiorescu� Restaurant)


SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6 9.00 – 9.45

Plenary Session (Lecture Hall: II 8) Petru IOAN – “Al.I.Cuza” University, Iaşi, Romania Title reserved

10.0010.45

Plenary Session (Lecture Hall: II 8) Vilmos VOIGT – Hungarian Association for Semiotic Studies, Budapest, Hungary

Equal rights to creativity 10.4511.00 11.0011.45

Coffee break Plenary Session (Lecture Hall: II 8) Zdzisław WĄSIK - Philological School of Higher

Education in Wrocław, The Karkonosze College in Jelenia Góra & Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Poland

On the idea of interdiscursive competence in the sign-communicational domains of human-life world 12.0013.30

SESSIONS Semiotic interferences I (Lecture Hall: II.08) Semiotic interferences II (Sala Consiliu) The “Rainbow Matrix”: signs towards an integrated medicine (Mediatec Room)


13.3015.00

Lunch (”Titu Maiorescu” Restaurant)

15.0016.30

Scientific and semio-logic perspectives (Mediatec

16.3017.00 19.00

Closing ceremony

Room)

Farewell Dinner (”Ciric” Restaurant)

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 7 7.00-22.00

Trip to the monasteries in the county of Neamţ


FRIDAY, November 5 11.45-12.45

SEMIOTIC INTERFERENCES ROOM: B 251

Council Room Chairperson: Gheorghe-Ilie Fârte

“Al.I.Cuza” University, Iaşi, Romania Formalization and sub-categorization of natural language. A semio-logic model George Ceauşu, “Al. I. Cuza” University, Iaşi, Romania Descriptive imaginary evolution and semiotic transitions in modern scientific discourse Horia-Costin Chiriac, Romanian Academy, Iaşi , Romania Toward a semiosis of the technological singularity Viorel Guliciuc, Emilia Guliciuc, “Ştefan cel Mare” Univ., Suceava Valeria-Alina Miron, Roxana-Ema Dreve, “Babes-Bolyai” Univ. ClujNapoca, Romania The non-verbal behaviour - emotional intelligence relationship: an indispensable condition in learning environment Livia Durac, Romanian Academy, Iaşi Branch, Postdoctoral grant recipient, Iaşi, Romania On civility in democratic public discourse Gheorghe-Ilie Fârte, “Al. I. Cuza” University, Iaşi, Romania From productivity to fertility: degrees of creativity – a semiotic approach András Sebestyén SZŐLLŐSY, Hungarian Association for Semiotic Studies, Hungary


FRIDAY, November 5 11.45-12.45

REPRESENTATIONS OF REALITY: FROM WORD TO IMAGE. LITERARY & LINGUISTIC STUDIES

Lecture Hall : II.8 Chairperson: Maria Popova

New Bulgarian University, Bulgaria

The Tree of Life in the Bulgarian literature and folklore Nikola Dimitrov Benin, University of Russe, Bulgaria Vitoria Lipan and detribalization Romulus Ladislau Bucur, “Transilvania” University, Braşov, Romania Down the White Rabbit’s hole. With Alice in Wonderland on limit(ation)s, divides, diversities, differences Doina Cmeciu, “Vasile Alecsandri” University, Bacău, Romania Enlightenment (un)manliness and English male identity Mihaela Culea, “Vasile Alecsandri” University, Bacău, Romania

Authorial refractions, or how Money buys (the) self Andreia-Irina Suciu, “Vasile Alecsandri” University, Bacău, Romania


FRIDAY, November 5 11.45-12.45

REPRESENTATIONS OF REALITY: FROM WORD TO IMAGE. VISUAL COMMUNICATION

Council Room Chairperson: Dan S. Stoica

“Al.I.Cuza” University, Iaşi, Romania

The manifesto of holotropism. The Holotropic Art – the way back to the Absolute Edi Apostu, “Al. I. Cuza” University, Iaşi, Romania Hymn and mural paintings: a semiotic approach Ioana Bolocan Măriuţei, “Al. I. Cuza” University, Iaşi, Romania Imperfection and originality in ancient painting. The rock art of “Vereda San Rafael” in Colombia Martín Cuitzeo Domínguez Núñez, Horacio Rosales Cueva, Industrial University of Santander (UIS), Colombia

Constantin Brâncuşi’s creation symbolism: a syntactic interpretation of the Târgu-Jiu complex Cristina Stratulat, “George Enescu” University of Art, Iaşi, Romania Chinese cultural signs and cognition: Chinese characters as an example Shushan Cai, Tsinghua University Beijing, China


FRIDAY, November 5 11.45-12.45 ARCHETYPES OF ROMANIAN CREATIVITY

Mediatec Room Chairperson:

Mariana Caluschi

“Petre Andrei” University, Iaşi, Romania The origins of the “old language” George Cadar, Baia-Mare, Maramureş, Romania The Dacic dragon, the religious archetype of the world George Liviu Teleoacă, Cenaclul Cultural-Ştiintific GETICA, Bucureşti, Romania Signs of magical tradition: sacred (psycho)geometry Serghei Danisin, “Delta Inform” Institute, Moscow, Russia The Brâncuşian pattern: a Romanian creative modeling Mariana Caluschi, “Petre Andrei” University, Iaşi, Romania Homo creator and his worlds Florea Lucaci, “Aurel Vlaicu” University, Arad, Romania Romania’s role in the spiritual awakening of humanity Victor-Ovidiu Coşbuc, “All Together” NGO, Brad, Romania


FRIDAY, November 5 15.00-16.45 REPRESENTATIONS OF REALITY: FROM WORD TO IMAGE. LITERARY & LINGUISTIC STUDIES

Lecture Hall : II.8 Chairperson: Doina Cmeciu

“Vasile Alecsandri” University, Bacău, Romania Dictionary assessment: between the lexicographer’s yardstick and the user’s expectations Marinela Burada, Raluca Sinu, “Transilvania” University, Braşov Des observations linguistiques et lexico-sémantiques en concernants les noms des auberges roumains Luminiţa Drugă, Universitatea „Vasile Alecsandri” din Bacău, Romania The Creative and Signifying Values of Nicknames and Bynames for Romanian “Celebrity-Personalities” Nadia Morăraşu, Universitatea „Vasile Alecsandri” din Bacău, Romania Creativity and unconscious in linguistic expression of suffering Doina Mihaela Popa, “Petre Andrei” University, Iaşi, Romania Communication and Recognition as Sign Procedure Maria Popova, New Bulgarian University, Bulgaria English-based Multilingualism? Some reflections about the Linguistic Future in Switzerland [WWW.and small worlds] Agnieszka Stępkowska, Poznań College of Modern Languages, Poland


FRIDAY, November 5 15.00-16.45 REPRESENTATIONS OF REALITY: FROM WORD TO IMAGE. VISUAL COMMUNICATION

Council Room Chairperson: Aurel-Teodor Codoban “Babeş-Bolyai” University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania The stake of the “second degree significances” in “distributing” the meanings of the mass-media message Ştefania Bejan, “Al.I.Cuza” University, Iaşi, Romania Signs, Symbols and Icons in Israelí Photojournalism Edna Barromi Perlman, Kibbutzim College of Education, Technology and Art, Tel Aviv, Israel A la recherche d’une rhétorique visuelle. L’encomiastique Costin Popescu, Université de Bucarest, Romania The semiotics of kitsch in the fashionable press photos Maria Guraliuc, “Al. I. Cuza” University, Iaşi, Romania The nonverbal in the semiotics of advertising Nica Marchian, “Al. I. Cuza” University, Iaşi, Romania Drinking beer, or a discursive “quenching” of Romanian and European social “thirsts” Camelia-Mihaela Cmeciu, “Danubius” University, Galaţi, Romania


FRIDAY, November 5 15.00-16.45 SEMIOTIC METALANGUAGE ROOM: B 251 Chairperson: Petru Bejan “Al. I. Cuza” University, Iaşi, Romania For an aesthetics of communication Petru Bejan, “Al.I.Cuza” University, Iaşi, Romania Suggestion as a semiotic phenomenon Maria Cojocaru, “Constantin Brâncuşi” University, Târgu-Jiu, Romania Redefining the essences (signs) of disciplines, recreating integrated sets of (inter)disciplines and rebuilding the transdisciplinary unity of knowledge Liviu Drugus, “George Bacovia” University, Bacău, Romania Constructionist approaches of globalization Antonio Sandu, “Mihail Kogalniceanu” University, Iasi, Romania Semiotics’ redundancy and communicational efficiency Gheorghe Vlasie, “Al.I.Cuza” University, Iaşi, Romania Epitaph for Ducks and Rabbits: Undercoding as a Basic Principle of Communication Vít Gvoždiak, Palacký University of Olomouc, Czeck Republik Communication and Culture: Reflections on the Perspectives of Influence Zafar Iqbal, Centre for Media and Communication Studies International Islamic, University of Islamabad, Pakistan


FRIDAY, November 5 15.00-16.45 ROUND TABLE

ROMANIAN STRATEGIES TO OVERCOME THE CRISIS

Mediatec Room Chairperson:

Boris Plahteanu

National Inventics Institute, Iaşi, Romania

General innovative strategies Innovational culture and inventics school from Iaşi Boris Plahteanu & Mircea Frunză, National Inventics Institute, Iaşi, Romania Business psychology and insights for a new global world: strategies of a creative connection Dan Grebenisan, General Motors, Toronto, Canada The Romanian potential external and the dynamics of national economic security Sorin Bouaru, Romanian Senate, Bucharest, Romania Language and cognition. A solution for overcoming the crisis of the Romanian education Adrian Vizitiu, “Ştefan cel Mare” University, Suceava, Romania Relaţiile moldo-române sub semnul lirei (1950-1960) Ruslan Şevcenco, Academia de Ştiinţe a Moldovei, Republica Moldova


FRIDAY, November 5 17.00-18.30 SEMIOTIC METALANGUAGE ROOM: B 251 Chairperson:

Aurel Mircea Niţă

Public Administration Faculty, Bucureşti, Romania On wisdom and adequacy in communication Dan S. Stoica, “Al. I. Cuza” University, Iaşi, Romania Semiotics as a state of mind Doya Olatoya, University of Ibadan, Nigeria Diversity within identity: a Semiotic Approach to the relations within Du Gays’ Circuit of Culture Mădălina Manolache, Universitatea „Vasile Alecsandri” din Bacău, Europe Direct Relay & Ana-Maria Bostan, Cleja Secondary School, Bacău, Romania The power and the bivalent nature of information in a déjà-vu universe Mihnea-Adrian Vîlceanu, “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University , Iaşi, Romania Where and when are we “ourselves” ? Luminiţa-Diana Mavropol , Secondary School no 4, Iaşi, Romania Towards a change of paradigm in the communication management: levels of reality and operation of the mind Aurel Mircea Niţă, Public Administration Faculty, Bucureşti, Romania


FRIDAY, November 5 17.00-18.30 REPRESENTATIONS OF REALITY: FROM WORD TO IMAGE. VIRTUAL COMMUNICATION Lecture Hall: II.8 Chairperson:

Costin Popescu University of Bucharest, Romania Textual and virtual reality Aurel-Teodor Codoban, “Babeş-Bolyai” University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania Internet communication language. A semiotic perspective Daniel-Ştefan Vicovanu, “Al. I. Cuza” University, Iaşi, Romania Telematic constituition of the human body in virtual reality Teodor Negru, „Al. I. Cuza” University, Iaşi, Romania The Art Gallery Website for children as an example of a new semiotic mode Natalia Pater-Ejgierd, Małgorzata Sienkiewicz-Karczmarzyk, University of Gdańsk, Poland The New Game with Signs : An Anthroposemiotic Perspective on Virtual Communities Ioan-Alexandru Grădinaru, Universitatea “Al. I. Cuza” din Iaşi The populist candidates and the new media in the presidential elections. Case study: Traian Băsescu versus Remus Cernea Antonio Momoc, University of Bucharest, Romania The Digital Rhetoric in 2009 Romanian Presidential Campaign Sebastian Năstuţă, “Petre Andrei” University of Iaşi, Romania Party Communication in the Virtual Environment. Case study: The National Liberal Party Monica Pătruţ, “Vasile Alecsandri” University of Bacău


FRIDAY, November 5 17.00-18.30 Council Room POSTMODERN POETRY AND SEMIOTICS: DISCOURSES, INTERCULTURALITY, LEARNING Chairperson:

Emilia Afana Parpală

University of Craiova, Romania Artistic truth: a semiotics of myth Victoria Fonari, State University, Chişinău, The Republic of Moldavia The iconic content of the postmodern poetic (con)text: some aspects concerning reference Paul Gorban, “Al. I. Cuza” University, Iaşi, Romania Images and Places in Poetry: Intersemiotic Processes in Verbal Art Anneli Mihkelev, Tallinn University, Estonia Imperfect Signs: Postmodern Poetry between Words and Things Emilia Afana Parpala, University of Craiova, Romania Intertextuality between Semiotics and Poetics: the Postmodern Poetic Palimpsest Carmen Popescu, Universitatea of Craiova, Romania La nouvelle école du regard Vasile Spiridon, “Vasile Alecsandri” University, Bacău, Romania Les avatars du tragique dans l’histoire de l’esprit humain. Une approche sémiotique Ana-Daniela Bahrin, Lycée Nationale, Iaşi, Romania


FRIDAY, November 5 17.00-18.30 ROUND TABLE

ROMANIAN STRATEGIES TO OVERCOME THE CRISIS

the creative dialogue of managers Mediatec Room Chairperson: Angela Socolean TV Bistriţa, Romania

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Stana Anghelescu, “SOCIETATEA CIVILǍ DE AVOCAŢI ANGHELESCU, MARINESCU & ASOCIAŢII”, Bucureşti Horia Bologan, SC IMPERIAL ACCESSORIES, Oradea Mihai Copcea, SC “CASA UNIVERSITARILOR”, Iaşi. Claudiu Copcea, SC “RING DISCOTEQUE”, Iaşi Liviu Luca, SC “READYMIX ROMANIA” SRL, Oradea Sorina Ignat & Nelu Anea, HOTELS COMPLEX “CIRIC”, Iaşi Milan Menghesi, SC “LIFE CARE CORP” SRL,Timişoara Cristina Lǎzǎrescu & Mihai Lazǎrescu, SC “MEDCHIM” SA, Iaşi Marius Petraru & Maria Petraru, SC “PIM” SRL Iaşi Liliana Simirad, SC “PICASSO” SRL, Bucuresti Angela Socolean, TV Bistriţa


SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6 12.00-13.30 Lecture Hall: II.08

SEMIOTIC INTERFERENCES Chairperson:

Christian Tamaş

“Al.I.Cuza” University of Iaşi, Romania Performance art and social representations of everyday roles Kinga Gáspár, Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Hungary The language of the contemporary dance, expression of an invisible continuum Ana-Delia Teclean, “Al. I. Cuza” University, Iaşi, Romania Mobilis in mobile. The Dynamism of the Sign in Islam [Creative values of a unifying world, or the “unity within the diversity” of worlds Spiritual and material worlds] Christian Tamaş, “Al.I.Cuza” University of Iaşi, Romania The uncreated Light’s representation in the Byzantine iconography Serafima Ţăruş, Văratec Monastery, Romania The Seminal Power of the Word: from Nature to Culture through Love Serban Fotea, “Apolonia” University, Iasi, Romania Constantin Brâncuşi’s creation symbolism: a syntactic interpretation of the Târgu-Jiu complex Cristina Stratulat, “George Enescu” University of Art, Iaşi, Romania Understanding the Teleological Nature of Emptiness in Human Environments Daina Teters, Latvian Academy of Culture in Riga, Latvia


SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6 12.00-13.30 SEMIOTIC INTERFERENCES Sala Consiliu Chairperson: Tiberiu Brǎilean “Al. I. Cuza” University, Iaşi, Romania On the creative and unifying power of sacred signs Tiberiu Brǎilean, “Al. I. Cuza” University, Iaşi, Romania Bridging up science and religion through semiotics Miroljub Petrovic, University of Belgrade, Serbia

Experiment as “trial”: the ways of meeting between a mystic`s and a scientist`s experience Dan Chiţoiu, “Al. I. Cuza” University, Iaşi, Romania On the symbolism of Kabbala. From Adam Kadmon to Jesús Christ Raul Petrişor, Romanian Hermetic Institute, Bucureşti, Romania Sacred Geography and Cosmic Geometries: Interfaces between Religion and Landscape in India Rana P. B. Singh, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, India Ascension and decadence in 20th century musical language George Stănciulescu, “Al.I.Cuza” University, Iaşi, Romania Human harmonization by eco-education: a transdisciplinary perspective Viorica E. Ungureanu, International Association of Medicine and Travel “Ernest M.Ungureanu”, Romania


SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6 12.00-13.45 Mediatec Room THE “RAINBOW MATRIX”: SIGNS TOWARDS AN INTEGRATED MEDICINE A bio-technological approach Chairperson:

Florin Munteanu

Center for Compelxity Studies, UNESCO Center Science of the heart: towards a planetary coherent consciousness Rollin McCraty, HeartMaths Research Center, Boulder Creek, California, USA Solar-terrestrial impact assessment activity on accident onset risk patients with coronary diseases A. Cosovanu, G. Ungureanu, V. Ambăruş, R. Ghiuru, S. Ionescu, A. Moldovanu, M. Macoviciuc, UMF, ITF, Iaşi, Romania Aerotherapy, a path towards the informational medicine Vitalie Scripnic, Centrul Republican de Reabilitare Medico-Socială, Chişinău, Republic of Moldavia The Inergetix-CoRe System: a plea for an energy-iformational medicine Kiran Schmidt, Inergetix Inc., Oregon, USA Shapes and forms in Nature, from the perspective of Complexity Science Florin Munteanu, Center for Compelxity Studies, UNESCO Center The memory of stones: the eco-sane architecture of “ICHTUS” Sǎcǎrâmb Aritia Poenaru, National Inventics Institute & Biophotonic Synergy Design, Iaşi, Romania


SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6 14.45-16.45 Mediatec Room SCIENTIFIC AND SEMIO-LOGIC PERSPECTIVES Chairperson:

Traian D. Stǎnciulescu

“Al.I.Cuza” University, Iaşi, Romania Homeopaths’ role as pschotherapists in a Global Mental Health Crisis: a plea for an efficient semiosis Christopher K. Johannes, Akamai University, Hawaii, Kansai Gaidai College, Japan Signs of a human harmonious health: a plea for an integrative medicine Ann Simard, Akamai University, Canada From Death to Life: the Imperial Effigy of the Romanian Spirituality Ecaterina Hanganu, Iaşi, Romania Psychosomatic profile estimation methodes based on the symbolistic of the “law of 5 elements” Beatrice Lucache, „Medicina Alternativa” Center, Iaşi, Romania Acupunctural semiosis: An integrating energy-information therapy Ka-Nam Lay, Traditional Chinese Therapy Clinic (IoM) Isle of Man, UK Towards a holistic model of human well-being Remus Tănase, ANATECOR, Arad, Romania The “RAINBOW PROJECT”: from distant healing to planetary consciousness by love Traian D. Stănciulescu, “Al.I.Cuza” University, Iaşi, Romania


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