de Saussure


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Noun1.de Saussure - Swiss linguist and expert in historical linguistics whose lectures laid the foundations for synchronic linguistics (1857-1913)
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There were maps of mountains on the walls; also one or two lithographs of celebrated guides, and a portrait of the scientist De Saussure.
1 and 2--being those of Jacques Balmat and De Saussure, in 1787, and ending with No.
There was a statue to him, and another to De Saussure, in the hall of our hotel, and a metal plate on the door of a room upstairs bore an inscription to the effect that that room had been occupied by Albert Smith.
Porem, e no inicio do seculo XX que a semiologia passou a ser tratada em profundidade: que se deu ao mesmo tempo e de forma independente, de um lado pelo linguista suico Ferdinand de Saussure, na Europa, e de outro pelo filosofo Charles Pierce, nos Estados Unidos (MICK; OSWALD, 2006).
Los siete educadores seleccionados son los siguientes: Bernard Heinrich Overberg (Alemania) 1754-1826; Albertine Necker de Saussure (Suiza) (1766-1841); Simon Aguilar y Claramunt (Espana) 1835-1904; Friedrich Wilhelm Foerster (Alemania) 1869-1966; Michel Eugene Devaud (Suiza) 1876-1942; Gesualdo Nosengo (Italia) 1902-1968; y Christopher Derrick (Gran Bretana) 1921-2007.
Viene luego Albertine Necker de Saussure (1766-1841), una dama de la alta burguesia, suiza y calvinista, que se apasiono por la formacion moral de los mas pequenos, aunque por sendas muy distintas de las de Rousseau.
Siguiendo el rastro de Saussure, Levi-Strauss observaba la cultura con las anteojeras de la semiologia.
Joseph sobre Ferdinand de Saussure abarca todo el arco de su vida y esta escrita con una triple preocupacion.
An Amsterdam-published volume of 1699 by Messrs Sansom, Description de Tout L'Universe, made pounds 3,900; the first English edition of Baron de Montesquieu's Spirit of Laws, 1750, sold at pounds 3,200; a small work on the early conquest of Mont Blanc by De Saussure, 1788, realised pounds 2,700 and John Callander's Terra Australis Cognita, from 1766, made pounds 2,600.
Dois pontos, em particular, na obra de Lacan, se afastam um pouco da ortodoxia saussuriana e nao poderiam deixar de interessar ao linguista: por um lado, sua relacao com os enantiossemas e, por outro, com os anagramas de Saussure.
Dividing his study into three distinct parts: "Le texte dialogique," "Les dimensions axiologique et temporelle," and "Le destinataire," Holm guides his readers logically into what would otherwise present a labyrinth of nebulous critical perspectives from notable scholars, past and present, such as Jean-Paul Sartre, Paul Ricceur, Ferdinand de Saussure, Tzvetan Todorov, and many others.