Rules of intra- and intergeneric communication (by the example of a man and a dog)
The subject of this work is to sketch out the conception of intergeneric communication by the example of the communication systems of humans and dogs. The conception of semiotics by Charles S. Peirce builds the semiotic basis. The article starts from an analysis of the intraspecific communication of dogs, the presentation of their perceptional functionalities and their sign system. The second part broadly discusses the interspecific communication between a dog and a man. Against this background different functional complexes, which are responsible for the structure of intergeneric communication, are distinguished.