O signo para Humboldt, para Saussure e para Bakhtin
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This article shows three of the principal sign conceptions of the studies about language, differences and similarities. The sign is for Humboldt the material representation, or sound-image, of the concept, besides the identity of the articulated language sound; these three parts, sign, concept and sound identity, make the form of the language that is the word. The sign is for Saussure the name of the relation between the signified and the signifier. Saussure proposed the substitution of the terms sound-image and concept, that were full of suggestions and prior conceptualization, to the terms signified and signifier. The sign in Bakhtin is the form of the structure that accomplishes an ideologically sense completed by thought through articulated sound. The meeting between the articulated sound and the concept gives the resulting element of semiosis, so every sign is semiotic.
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MILANI, Sebastião Elias. O signo para Humboldt, para Saussure e para Bakhtin. Signo, Santa Cruz do Sul, v. 40, n. 68, p. 55-65, jan./jun. 2015.