This space aims to present a new science, the Semiotics of Passions, started almost three decades ago in France, by A. J. Greimas, who promised to be the new science of knowledge for the 21st century. But, only now, Hermes Leal resumes the “Semiotics Narrative, of the Passions and Tensive”, by Greimas, Fontanille and Zilberberg, with its application in the subject's pathetic states of soul, and in the fictional characters, generating a theory for narrative and for the aesthetics of cinematographic art. Until then, this semiotic had turned to the study of objects, of the sensitive in objects. Now, let's study the sensitive through the subjects / characters.
This space will be dedicated to this new science of knowledge, the newly discovered semiotics that explores, in language and in aesthetics, the “sense” in the work of art, but always taking into account the passions of the subjects in the construction of the “sensitive”.