I would second that. There are some relevant papers on my home page:
http://www.ukzn.ac.za/undphil/collier/papers/InformationCausationComputation.pdf
http://logica.ugent.be/philosophica/fulltexts/75-4.pdf
http://www.ukzn.ac.za/undphil/collier/papers/Information%20in%20Biological%20Systems.pdf

John

At 07:46 PM 2009/10/07, Jacob Lee wrote:
>Why not situation theory, or Barwise and Seligman's channel theory?
>
>Jacob
>
>john.holg...@ozemail.com.au wrote:
> > Stanley, Christophe
> >
> >
> >
> > IMO we need to develop a comprehensive Grammar of Information which
> > embraces not only semantics and syntax but also modality, case, aspect
> > , tense etc and looks at the language of informational states,
> > objects, events, experiences and processes throughout the biosphere,
> > physiosphere, sociosphere etc.
> >
>
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