Content Plane

Content Plane

 

a linguistic term used in glossematics to refer to the organized realm of everything that can be a subject of linguistic communication. It is opposed to the plane of expression.

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figure 1 (a)), and as they each consist of an expression element and a content element, X and Y must contrast on the expression plane as well as the content plane.
130) The empty set symbol '0' is used for zero on the expression plane (zero signifiant), while the numeral symbol '0' is used for zero on the content plane (zero signifie).

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