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Saussure

Ferdinand de . 1857--1913, Swiss linguist. He pioneered structuralism in linguistics and the separation of scientific language description from historical philological studies
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Nessa tarefa, o filosofo dialoga com a lingua, com os sujeitos e com a Historia, nas figuras de Saussure, Marx e Freud, empenhando-se em construir uma teoria materialista do discurso, sempre em um percurso repleto de revisoes constantes.
Como es posible apreciar, a diferencia de De Saussure (1959), que destacaba la contraposicion estricta entre los ejes sincronico y diacronico, en los textos del antropologo belga-frances no existe una contradiccion entre lo estructural y lo agencial, sino un mayor enfasis en el primer eje.
As negacoes simbolizam a ruptura com o Estruturalismo funcionalista, de Saussure.
De Saussure stressed that the fight against tax evasion is as serious as the fight against money laundering.
De tal modo, la nueva corriente filosofica fundada por De Saussure, conocida ahora como estructuralismo linguistico, se basa en las siguientes afirmaciones.
Christian Metz (2002), para el analisis del lenguaje cinematografico acoge la perspectiva explicativa de Ferdinand de Saussure, quien analiza la lengua como un objeto sistemico, desde una postura positivista donde se plantea la objetividad.
de Saussure, removed a rod he had erected on his house in Geneva in 1771 when it caused his neighbors so much anxiety that he feared a riot.
In the late 19th century, Swiss linguist Ferdinand de Saussure founded the discipline of semiotics (or semiology in de Saussure's terminology).
Ferdinand de Saussure (1857-1913) triggered a heated intellectual debate when he introduced his Semiologie.
3: 244, name for section C of division V of subgenus Leionotus de Saussure of genus Odynerus Latreille in de Saussure, 1853, Et.
de Saussure studied eponimy intermittently between 1906 and 1909, from the angle of linguistics and literature--and the results of his research were kept in a large number of books (about 100) at the Bibliotheque publique de Geneve, reviewed and edited partly by Jean Starobinski (1) in 1971.
La tradicion de la teoria linguistica, desde su constitucion misma como disciplina positiva/positivista6 en la obra fundacional de Saussure, ha postulado la separacion entre la lengua y el habla (7), ubicando analiticamente en "la lengua" lo que se inscribe en las relaciones sociales y de poder en que dicha lengua funciona.