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Course in General Linguistics The Cours De Linguistique Generale, Reconstructed From Students Notes After Saussure S Death In 1913, Founded Modern Linguistic Theory By Breaking The Study Of Language Free From A Merely Historical And Comparativist Approach Saussure S New Method, Now Known As Structuralism, Has Since Been Applied To Such Diverse Areas As Art, Architecture, Folklore, Literary Criticism,

[KINDLE] ❆ Course in General Linguistics  By Ferdinand de Saussure – Loanexpress.us
  • Paperback
  • 236 pages
  • Course in General Linguistics
  • Ferdinand de Saussure
  • English
  • 02 October 2017
  • 0812690230

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    image error Q I ve recently become particulary interested in structural linguistics,specifically laryngeal theory I m wondering if anyone has read something on why the original laryngeals have disappeared assuming they existed, of course.And then my A All I m familiar with regarding structural linguistics is the foundational text of Saussure s, Course in General Linguistics, which when I read it a few year ago I mostly...


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    Incontournable L ouvrage charniere de toute oeuvre scientifique futur du XX siecle L ouvrage qui devance toute pensee structurale, son auteur n ayant meme conscient d aucun de ses effets Une science nouvelle d une interpretation due a l etat inherent Car Ferdinand de Saussure n a pas eu l intention de le publier tel quel de prime abord Car ce sont ses cours que deux de ses etudiants les plus doues ont reunis et soumis a une publication, apres sa mort en 1916.Le livre est plein de nouveaute Incontournable L ouvrage charniere de toute oeuvre scientifique futur du XX siecle L ouvrage qui devance toute pensee structurale, son auteur n ayant meme conscient d aucun de ses effets Une science nouvelle d une interpretation due a l etat inherent Car Ferdinand de Saussure n a pas eu l intention de le publier tel quel de prime abord Car ce sont ses cours que deux de ses etudiants les plus doues ont reunis et soumis a une publication, apres sa mort en 1916.Le livre est plein ...


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    Can t believe it took me so long to read this It s so foundational to so much theory, and when you read it you will see how it s not the same hearing about that, but isn t that always true And only reading it did I fully realize that I wasn t reading Saussure at all, but what his students and colleagues thought was Saussure, which clearly is something different and quite collective and thus possibly cooler than Saussure So no one should ju...


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    Short of calling it a pioneer text, it s difficult to really say much else about Saussure s Course in General Linguistics As dated as most of the ideas contained within this book are, most of them stand as the founding concepts of linguistics, semiotics, and structuralism Or, agrammatically apt way to put it would be to say that it is Saussure s particular methodology that has been the most influential aspect of his thought His central aim above all else is to analyze language as a syst Short of calling it a pioneer text, it s difficult to really say much else about Saussure s Course in General Linguistics As dated as most of the ideas contained within this book are, most of them stand as the founding concepts of linguistics, semiotics, and structuralism Or, agrammatically apt way to put it would be to say that it is Saussure s particular methodology that has been the most influential aspect of his thought His central aim above all else is to analyze language as a system with a structure This particular quote from pg 86 expresses his approach quite well A language is a system of which al...


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    this is fucking gold


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    It is almost impossible to overstate the importance of this book It is significant not only for laying down a radical vision of linguistics as a discipline for the 20th and 21st centuries, but it also lays the foundations for all modern approaches to semiotics Certainly Peirce had made a similar breakthrough in semiotics at around the same time, but his theory was not backed up by such a rich understanding of the study of linguistics its sub fields and divisions, the progress it had made, it It is almost impossible to overstate the importance of this book It is significant not only for laying down a radical vision of linguistics as a discipline for the 20th and 21st centuries, but it also lays the foundations for all modern approaches to semiotics Certainly Peirce had made a similar breakthrough in semiotics at around the same time, but his theory was not backed up by such a rich under...


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    After wrapping up my readings of Heidegger and Husserl, I found Saussure to be rather refreshing, probably the most influential thinker on my large critical theory reading list since Gramsci Backing up just a little bit, Heidegger really seemed to have just contributed a convoluted discussion of the word Dasein and its meaning, which at different times could encompass being, revelation, existence, human being, the universe, etc I feel Heidegger is too open to interpretation and a discussion of After wrapping up my readings of Heidegger and Husserl, I found Saussure to be rather refreshing, probably the most influential thinker on my large critical theory reading list since Gramsci Backing up just a little bit, Heidegger really seemed to have just contributed a convoluted discussion of the word Dasein and its meaning, which at different times could encompass being, revelation, existence, human being, the universe, etc I feel Heidegger is too open to interpretation and a discussion of the sign, which is made up of the signal and the signification, is essential after reading Being and Time In fact, Saussure s writings on the sign can be extended tothan just language, and this is evident in the work of many post structuralists that I have already familiarized myself with If you are only going to read one section of this book, I recommend P...

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