De Culioli à Saussure, aller-retour

Abstract : The linguistics of enunciation formulated by Antoine Culioli is a theory of predicative and enunciative operations. Thus, the concepts of operation and representation are central to the epistemological model and the analysis method which aims to disentangle the links in play in the construction of utterances to relate them to the symbolic activity of representation and to the mental process that it presupposes. A critical examination of the model of the three levels of representation leads us to distinguish the function of representing from the mode of representing. The return to Saussure enables us to re-examine the model by integrating, at the level of notional representations, what Saussure names figures. In conclusion, a brief case study exemplifies the theoretical development.
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Dominique Ducard. De Culioli à Saussure, aller-retour. Histoire Epistémologie Langage, SHESL/EDP Sciences, 2018, Représentations et opérations dans le langage : Saussure, Bally, Guillaume, Benveniste, Culioli, 40 (1), pp.81-93. ⟨hal-01833616⟩

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