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  • And I've been known to compare the Venerable Bede and Roman Jakobson, in public no less, but let's let that go.

    Ferule & Fescue

  • Eco's move is to relate this experience, described in such florid terms by Croce, to semiotic concepts described by the great linguist Roman Jakobson.

    "Dark Star" as an Example of Transcendental Aesthetics

  • But recently, a doorway to paradise has been opened by the linguists, like Roman Jakobson and his school.

    A Hero of our Time

  • What Lévi-Strauss really came away with, especially after his initial exposure to structural linguistics through the ideas of notable figures like Ferdinand de Saussure and Roman Jakobson, were "the tools with which to float free from the morass of descriptive data and observe the patterns that cut across continents and cultures," identifying the motifs and structures that struck him as universal.

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  • What Lévi-Strauss really came away with, especially after his initial exposure to structural linguistics through the ideas of notable figures like Ferdinand de Saussure and Roman Jakobson, were "the tools with which to float free from the morass of descriptive data and observe the patterns that cut across continents and cultures," identifying the motifs and structures that struck him as universal.

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  • What Lévi-Strauss really came away with, especially after his initial exposure to structural linguistics through the ideas of notable figures like Ferdinand de Saussure and Roman Jakobson, were "the tools with which to float free from the morass of descriptive data and observe the patterns that cut across continents and cultures," identifying the motifs and structures that struck him as universal.

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  • There he met and worked with the Russian linguist Roman Jakobson.

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  • Each is associated with an interview with a practitioner in the field -- Allen W.lker Read, Robert W. Burchfield, Frederic G. Cassidy, Roman Jakobson, Noam Chomsky; each examines a different facet of language.

    VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol 1 No 2

  • Bar-Hillel has criticized the separation of syntax and semantics from the pragmatic elements of language; he and Roman Jakobson refer to Peirce's theory of signs (Linguaggi nella società e nella tecnica,

    PRAGMATISM

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