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Volume 11, Issue 1-2
  • ISSN 0302-5160
  • E-ISSN: 1569-9781
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Abstract

SUMMARYThe purpose of this paper is to delineate Sanctius' views on signs. To achieve this goal those passages have been analized in which the author made direct mention of signs as well as those where the reference is implicit. The first part of this study covers the historical background leading to Sanctius. The second, by far the longest, focuses on Sanctius, in particular his views on inter-jectional, gestural, and linguistic signs. Among the latter, the word and the sentence as instrumental signs reflecting reality are considered. The third and final part attempts to show how his theory possibly influenced Juan Pablo Bonet's gesture language. It is concluded that although Sanctius is not a semioticist, his linguistic theorizing rests upon the broader knowledge provided by the field of what we now call semiotics.RÉSUMÉNotre but est de préciser les idées de Sanctius sur les signes. Pour ce faire, nous avons analysé les passages où Fauteur fait directement mention des signes et ceux où la référence est implicite. La première partie de notre étude survole l'arrièreplan historique conduisant à Sanctius. La seconde, de loin la plus longue, est centrée sur Sanctuis lui-même; en particulier sur ses idées concernant les signes interjectifs, gestuels et linguistiques. Parmi ces derniers, nous examinons le mot et la phrase en tant que signes instrumentaux reflétant la réalité. La troisième partie essaie de montrer comment sa théorie a peut-être influencé le langage gestuel de Juan Pablo Bonet. Bien que Sanctius ne soit pas un sémioticien, ses théories linguistiques reposent sur des connais-sances plus vastes, celles que fournit aujourd'hui le domaine de la sémiotique.
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1984-01-01
2019-12-09
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