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Approche systémique du langage et ses niveaux de conscience

Abstract : This paper concerns the application of systemic concepts to the language. Some historical anchorages of linguistics suggest that the idea is not really innovative, only its formulation can be so, because of a better understanding of neurophysiology and neuropsychology of language. However, for more of a century, in 1891, the precursor of linguistics study, Ferdinand de Saussure, had already addressed this issue. From the perspective of the structure o language, the concepts developed here are the global and unitary dimensions, the anticipation and recursion, in their relations to time and space. From the perspective of the speaking subject, we discuss the notion of consciousness and its degrees, in a dynamic that concerns at the same time the normal and pathological productions. It was the epistemological revolution in neuropsychology and now in linguistics.
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Armelle Jacquet-Andrieu. Approche systémique du langage et ses niveaux de conscience. 8e congrès de l'union européenne de systémique, Oct 2011, Bruxelles, France. ⟨halshs-00732753⟩



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