- Title Pages
- 1 The signifier and the signified
- 2 Phonocentrism: Derrida
- 3 <i>La langue</i> and <i>la parole</i>, synchrony and diachrony
- 4 Involuntary assumption of substance, and points of view in linguistics
- 5 Saussure’s general linguistics as linguistic phenomenology
- 6 Contributions to linguistic phenomenology: Hegel, Husserl, Merleau-Ponty
- 7 The editorial inception of the <i>Course</i>: Bally and Sechehaye
- 8 Structuralist and poststructuralist reception of the Course
- Appendix 1 |
- Appendix 2 |
- Saussure's Philosophy of Language as Phenomenology
- Oxford University Press
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