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[This chapter presents the rest of the book and serves as its introduction.]
[Conception sub-question n°1: what are the controversial aspects of the animal question from the point of view of semiotics that must be taken into account in this type of work?]
[Conception sub-question n°2: what definitions should we all agree upon from an interdisciplinary standpoint?]
[Conception sub-question n°3: what are the semiotics tools and concepts that are interesting and desirable to work with in animal studies?]
[Creation sub-question n°1: How does intertheoricity allow us to build bigger and more efficient models in animal studies?]
[Creation sub-question n°2: what are the parts, strengths or flaws, of the pre-existing animal study methodology upon which our model must be built?]
[Evaluation sub-question n°1: what are the problematic ethical aspects of animal studies that semiotics can answer?]
[Evaluation sub-question n°2: finally, what are the stakes of a real zoosemiotics discipline, and why build it?]
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