Entre unité et pluralité : l’école de Genève face à la classification des sciences

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Claudia Stancati

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The goal of the article is to explore the unity of the so-called “Geneva School” employing three elements provided by Bachelard: theories, objects and methods. The extent of the Saussurean linguistic thought is glimpsed in his “successors” in the University of Geneva. I will recall the linguistic theories of Bally, Frei and Sechehaye, and I will propose two perspectives: first, the theoretical relation of each of them with Saussure; second, the place of their linguistics among the other sciences whose object is language

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General Linguistics, Classification of sciences, Geneva School, Epistemology of linguistics

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Stancati, C. 2020. Entre unité et pluralité : l’école de Genève face à la classification des sciences. Cahiers Ferdinand de Saussure. 71, (mars 2020), 93-106.
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