L’Hétérogénéité du langage : enjeux de la neurolinguistique

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Anne-Gaëlle Toutain

Résumé

This article proposes an epistemological analysis of the organicism of cognitive neurosciences in the form given to them by the work of Jean-Pierre Changeux and Stanislas Dehaene. We show first of all that the latter implies a maintenance of the dualism that he would like to put an end to. We then insist on the importance of the Saussurean theorization of language for neurolinguistics. This theorization allows a theoretical elaboration of the heterogeneity of language, and thus a break with the empiricism of dualism, of which the distinction between the humanities and the hard sciences, as understood by the reductionists, can be considered as an avatar.

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Cognitive neurosciences, epistemology, dualism, organicism, value

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Toutain, A.-G. 2021. L’Hétérogénéité du langage : enjeux de la neurolinguistique. Cahiers Ferdinand de Saussure. 73, (déc. 2021), 161-178. DOI:https://doi.org/10.47421/CFS73_161-178.
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