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"a sign is something which stands to somebody for something in some respect or capacity."
Charles Pierce
Sign is a two sided dyad consisting of the signifier as the material aspect of a sign and the signified is a mental concept.
Ferdinand De Saussure
Parole refers to individual acts of speech. Langue refers to a system of differences between signs.
Saussure
"a sign is something which stands to somebody for something in some respect or capacity."
Charles Pierce
Sign is a two sided dyad consisting of the signifier as the material aspect of a sign and the signified is a mental concept.
Ferdinand De Saussure
Sign has a triadic relationship.
Charles Pierce
The sign/representamen is first. The object is second. The interpretant is a third.
Charles Pierce
Thought that actual speech was too variable to study scientifically.
Ferdinand De Saussure
Language as a set of relations. The relational significance of each sign is its value.
Ferdinand De Saussure
Stringing is syntagmatic; it creates anticipation. Choice is paradigmatic; there are choices between linkages.
Ferdinand De Saussure
Culture as Communication, Mediation, and a System of Practices.
Alessandro Duranti
Speech is a multi-layered signal consisting of words "wrapped" in intonation. Intonation tells a listener how to interpret a speaker's speech. Sentences signaling, but also framed by, genre expectations.
Gregory Bateson
The anthropologist and animal behavior expert who invented the concept of "frame" or "metacommunication."
Gregory Bateson
Spoke and wrote about multivocality (or "dialogism," or "heteroglossia"— raznorecie in Russian).
Mikhail Bahktin
Heterodoxic to the USSR
Mikhail Bahktin
No sign means anything by itself, but only in its relations, especially its contrasts, with other signs.
Ferdinand De Saussure
The linguist who pioneered the synchronic, structuralist study of language
Ferdinand De Saussure
Defined the sign as some thing (or sign vehicle) — such as a sound, word, sentence, or language; or an idea, a symptom, a puff of smoke, or a strand of DNA
Charles Pierce