Studying the signs, as well as the signs processes in culture and nature, gives a partial way to the makeup of semiotics. Being more concerned with research in verbal-non verbal communication. Everything from teaching, learning, cultural media, arts, music, photography, images, architecture. Not to mention sign processes in the realms of animals and plants. Concepts and topics that generate signs and interpretations, representation and presentation, meaning to significance, sense and reference, concept and idea, word and object, reality and imagination constitutes the vocabulary of a “Semiotician”. Nothing is new under the sun-. Epistemology, metaphysics and value theory in representation of semiotics was not first welcomed as a warm priority area of research concentration within philosophy. Contemporary philosophers regarded semiotics as a fairly new field of research. Semioticians have extended their well beyond the theory of signs and representation. Aligning their research more closely with a wide range of cultural and social studies. “Philosophy of mind or theory of cognition”.