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semanteme

[si′man‚tēm]
(communications)
A language element that expresses a definite idea or image, such as a word, base of a word, or data element. Also known as lexeme.
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Such a dimension is apparent in Brazilian texts in their integration of a series of mythemes, semantemes, lexemes, and real of implied graphemes related to (post-) modern art, Hollywood cinema, and popular music.
The co-occurrence of meanings should be foreseen in the description of the location and time semantemes (something along the following lines: "if 'time [of] [right arrow] P', then 'P' is an event," etc.
Corresponding to a participant of SIT(L) is thus a necessary, but not sufficient condition for a semanteme '[sigma]' to be a SemA of 'L': '[sigma]' must also BE EXPRESSLE IN THE TEXT IN A PARTICULAR WAY.
The semanteme 'perceive' in the Sem-decomposition (7b) is underlined as communicatively dominant node (roughly speaking, 'see' is a particular case of 'perceive'); cf.
Abhinava's specific account of the processes of blocking parts of a signified, semantemes, as Lacan calls them, is similar to the psycho-linguistic account of repression, foreclosure, censorship, and the subsequent transformation of the signifier: the return of the repressed (and repudiated) memory trace.

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