Pictures, Content, and Normativity: The Semantic of Graphic Rules
- correction conditions,
- nonlinguistic representation,
- deontic pictures,
- instrumental maps
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In our daily lives, we can find that different kinds of representational media are employed in normative ways, to express different kinds of rules. Sometimes, this is overlooked by the primacy of discursive representations in our normative practices. However, a look into these practices often shows that they are more complex and richer, and particularly that they include more than one kind of representation. Regarding this, this paper will be focused on the capacity and limitations of different kinds of representational media to express normative contents, that is, to express the content of rules.