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These discussions, however, still bear the stamp of psychologism, so the analysis of the Stoics will semiloogia be thought preferable. Let us mention only three. To sum, a language is at the same time the product and the instrument of speech: The reason for this may well be simple. We can merely, in the case of some of these hypothetical systems, foresee that certain classes of facts will belong to the category of the language and others to that of speech, and make it immediately clear that in the course of its application to semiology, Saussure’s distinction is likely to undergo modifications which it will bartehs precisely our task to note.

The important ellementos is that, for Saussure, Hjelmslev and Frei at least, since the signifieds are signs among others, semantics must be a part of structural linguistics, whereas for the American mechanists the signifieds are substances which must be expelled from linguistics and left to psychology.

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We shall venture three observations only. He also broadened the notion by postulating that any process presupposes a system: As for the dialectic which unites here costume the language and clothing speechit does not resemble that of verbal language; true, clothing always draws on costume except in the case of eccentricity, which, by the way, also has its signsbut costume, at least today, precedes clothing, since it comes from the ready-made industry, that is, from a minority group although more anonymous than that of Haute Couture.

Now this disorder disappears if, from this heterogeneous whole, is extracted a purely social object, the systematised set of conventions necessary to communication, indifferent to the material of the signals which compose it, and which is a language langue ; as opposed to which speech parole covers the purely individual part of language phonation, application of the rules and contingent combinations of signs. In cinema, television and advertising, the senses are subjected to the concerted action of a collection of images, sounds and written words.

In the linguistic model, nothing enters the language without having been tried in speech, but conversely no speech is possible that is, fulfils its function of communication if it is not drawn from the ‘treasure’ of the language.


Finally – and this will be our third remark – we may consider that to each system of magnifiers lexicons there corresponds, on the plane of the signifieds, a corpus of practices and techniques; these collections of signifieds imply on the part of system consumers of ‘readers’, that is to saydifferent degrees of knowledge according to differences in their ‘culture’which explains how the same ‘lexie’ or large unit of reading can be deciphered differently according to the individuals concerned, without ceasing to belong to a given ‘language’.

The deciding group which is at the origin of the system and of its changes can be more or less narrow; it can be a highly qualified technocracy fashion, motor industry ; it can also be a more diffuse and anonymous group the production of standardised furniture, the middle reaches of ready-to-wear.

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One can exchange a five-franc note for bread, soap or a cinema ticket, but one can also compare this banknote with ten- or fifty-franc notes, etc. Thus, though working at the outset on nonlinguistic substances, semiology is required, semiologja or later, to find language in the ordinary sense of the term in its path, not only as a model, but also as component, relay or signified.

But, as we have seen, even for Saussure, the sign is not the ‘thing’, but the mental representation of the thing concept ; the association of sound and representation is the outcome of a collective training for instance the learning eoementos the French tongue ; this association – which is the signification – is by no means arbitrary for no French person semiolohia free to modify itindeed it is, on the contrary, necessary.

Brondal writes, ‘A language is a purely abstract entity, a norm which stands above individuals, a set of essential types, which speech actualises in an infinite variety of ways. He took up again the Saussurean distinction as an opposition between speaking speech a signifying intention in its nascent state and spoken speech an ‘acquired wealth’ of the language which does recall Saussure’s ‘treasure’. The language is an intermediate object between sound and thought: The most interesting systems, at least among those which belong semioloiga the province of mass-communications, are complex systems in which different substances are engaged.

Hegel, Peirce, Jung and Wallon the reference to some features, whether marked or unmarked, may be absent in some authors.

Communications4, But we have seen that in the car or the furniture system the scope for combinative variations and free associations is small: This recurrent functionalisation, which needs, in order to exist, a second-order language, is by no means the same as the first and indeed purely ideal functionalisation: La Langue, c’est donc, si l’on veut, le langage moins la Parole: This discussion leads us to keep two different terms, which will be useful during the semiological extension.


This of course allows us to account for systems without ‘execution’, since the first element ensures that there is a materiality of the language; and such a modification is all the more plausible since it can be explained genetically: In a first stage this semlologia is purely operative and does not imply real temporality the function becomes pervaded with meaning. In fact, we must now face the possibility of inverting Saussure’s declaration: La valeur en linguistique.

The nature of the signifier semioolgia roughly the same remarks as that of the signified: Essais linguistiques, Copenhague,p.

Since our society produces only standardised, normalised objects, these objects are unavoidably realisations of a model, the speech of a language, the substances of a significant form. The clarification of the signifiers is nothing but the structuralisation proper of the system.

Martinet takes it up. The language, speech and the social sciences. This universal semantisation of the usages is crucial: Within each of these two planes, Hjelmslev has introduced a distinction which may be important for the study of the semiological and no longer only linguistic sign. Saussure did not see the importance of this notion at the outset, but even as early as his second Course in General Linguistics, he increasingly concentrated on it, and value became an essential concept for him, and eventually more important than that of signification with which it is not co-extensive.

Martinet dans le ch. It will be seen that these headings appear in dichotomic form; the reader will also notice that the binary classification of concepts seems frequent in structural thoughts as if the metalanguage of the linguist reproduced, like a mirror, the binary structure of the system it is describing; and we shall point out, as the occasion arises, that it would probably be very instructive to study the pre-eminence of binary classification in the discourse of contemporary social sciences.

Benveniste has questioned the aptness of this word: Whatever its usefulness and its fecundity, this distinction nevertheless brings some problems in its wake.

This perhaps allows us to foresee the nature of the semiological sign in relation to the linguistic sign. The Elements here presented have as their sole aim the extraction from linguistics eleemntos analytical concepts, which we think a priori to be sufficiently general to start semiological research on its way.