A semiotic theory of language

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Indiana University Press, 1987 - Literary Criticism - 352 pages
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"... one of the most significant books in the field of theoretical linguistics... will become a classic... " -- Adam Makkai, University of Illinois at Chicago Circle

Taking issue with Transformational Grammar Theory, Shaumyan separates language from psychology, arguing that language occupies a different world, that of the semiotic.

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I7ie Aim and Structure of the Semiotic Theory of Language
1
Phonology
32
Genotype Grammar
94
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