glossematics


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glossematics

(ˌɡlɒsəˈmætɪks)
n
(Linguistics) linguistics the study of glossemes
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glossematics

the science or study of glossemes, the smallest unit of linguistic communication. — glossematic, adj.
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In reflecting the glossematics of the Institutes in his own use of quotation and lapidary comment, Pound strives to mime Coke's retrieval of a body of laws which has fallen into desuetude, old laws being, by implication, more reliable than new ones.
Guattari's great innovation was to use Hjelmslev's glossematics to move beyond Lacan's linguistic formulations to develop a semiology of the unconscious that recognized but was not limited to linguistics, and to understand traditional Freudian definitions of the main concepts of Oedipal story such as castration, sublimation and lack as deriving from social relations and group dynamics.
13.8.2 Linguistic versions of the formal fallacy can be found in Hjelmslev's "glossematics" (Hjelmslev 1969 [1943]) and in Chomsky's dream of ridding his transformational procedure of semantics.