paradigmatic and syntagmatic


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  • Syntagmatic structure — (structure of syntax) is the mode of time awareness which listeners are placed such as narrative , epic , or lyrical . A Syntagma is one syntactic or syntagmatic element. Narrative structures feature a realistic temporal flow guided by tension… …   Wikipedia

  • syntagmatic — syntagmatically, adv. /sin tag mat ik/, adj. Ling. pertaining to a relationship among linguistic elements that occur sequentially in the chain of speech or writing, as the relationship between the sun and is shining or the and sun in the sentence …   Universalium

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  • syntagmatic and paradigmatic — See Saussure, Ferdinand de …   Dictionary of sociology

  • Semiotic elements and classes of signs — C. S. Peirce articles  General:    Charles Sanders Peirce Charles Sanders Peirce bibliography Philosophical:    Categories (Peirce) Semiotic elements and   classes of signs (Peirce) Pragmatic maxim • Pragmaticism… …   Wikipedia

  • POETRY — This article is arranged according to the following outline (for modern poetry, see hebrew literature , Modern; see also prosody ): biblical poetry introduction the search for identifiable indicators of biblical poetry the presence of poetry in… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Structural Linguistics — is an approach to linguistics originating from the work of Swiss Linguist Ferdinand de Saussure. In Course in General Linguistics, published posthumously in 1916, Saussure stressed examining language as a static system of interconnected units. He …   Wikipedia

  • Course in General Linguistics — (Cours de linguistique générale) is an influential book compiled by Charles Bally and Albert Sechehaye that is based on notes taken from Ferdinand de Saussure s lectures at the University of Geneva between the years 1906 and 1911. It was… …   Wikipedia

  • Saussure, Ferdinand de — (1857 1913) A Swiss linguist who is generally considered to have been the founder of modern structural linguistics and, therefore, the grandfather of structuralism . The revolutionary nature of Saussure s work only became clear somewhat… …   Dictionary of sociology

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